In a remarkable article featured in The Daily Telegraph, the headmaster of Sherborne Preparatory School, Peter Tait, has accused parents of failing to raise their children properly – and for being seemingly partly to blame for the rise in cyber-bullying complaints.

Modern parenting techniques are, he says, creating a generation of weak children. Instead of blaming cyber-bullies, Mr Tait said:

“Sometimes, children who see themselves as ‘victims’ – a term I use warily – often need to help themselves to learn not to be weak or pliable in social situations as their behaviour, their attitude and their demeanour does nothing to help themselves”.

This is despite the fact that some 40% of children have been affected by cyber-bullying, with half being bullied at school.

Griffin Law has pioneered the development of anti-harassment law. We are proud to stand up to cyber-bullies who target children, teachers and work colleagues.

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