Information collected on this website
When you visit this website, our web measurement tool records anonymous information for statistical purposes only, including:
- Your traffic patterns through our site such as:
- The date and time of your visit to the site
- The pages you accessed and documents downloaded
- The previous page you visited prior to accessing our site
- The Internet address of the server accessing our site.
No attempt is or will be made to identify you or to use or disclose your personal information except where required under a law, for example, a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect our service providers’ logs.
The information that you share with Singapore Children’s Society on this site is kept confidential. This means that it will not be revealed to any irrelevant third parties. However, in the event that you are in a situation involving self-harm, suicide, violence or any other situation which is harmful to yourself or to those around you, Children’s Society reserves the right to disclose your information to other parties in order to help you. These other parties could be your school authorities such as a teacher, school counsellor, principal or your parents, other family members or the police.
Scope of service
Children’s Society’s Bully-Free Programme addresses the issue of school bullying and its impact on those involved. The programme aims to promote a safe and supportive culture in schools with a zero tolerance stand towards bullying. In addition, our work aims to raise awareness on the topic among children, youth, parents, teachers and counsellors through talks, workshops, camps, campaign and roadshows.
The Bully-Free website is created to educate children, youth and the public on school bullying and how to manage and minimise them. In an event when a consultation is required to address a bullying event, our staff can provide suggestions for your kind consideration. It does not intend to replace in-depth face-to-face counselling for emotional issues or to provide mediation. If you are in a crisis situation, or require emergency assistance, all efforts will be taken to provide further help to you. These efforts will come in the form of disclosing your information to the appropriate parties and/or referring you to the appropriate agencies. In such situation when you are in crisis, please contact the police (999) or Samaritans of Singapore (1800-211-4444 / 24 hours).
Bully-Free Programme is a service provided by Singapore Children’s Society to advocate and raise awareness on bullying, particularly to school bullying. Therefore, it is very much hoped that you represent yourself as honestly and as accurately as you are comfortable with. You will be responsible for any action you take or decision you make and will not hold Bully-Free Programme responsible for your actions or decisions.