1.) What Is bullying?
2.) What are the different types of bullying?
3.) Does age make a difference?
4.) Why don’t children tell?
5.) Does Bullying cause health problems?
6.) Where does bullying take place?
7.) What does it feel like to be bullied?
8.) Who do children tell when they are being bullied?
9.) How popular are victims and bullies
10.) How common is bullying?
1.) There is no agreed definition of bullying. It can take many forms - physical, verbal or social. 2.) Bullying can take many different forms including physical, verbal, social and psychological 3.) Many studies have found that the number of children who report being bullied decreases with age. 4.) Children give a variety of reasons for not telling an adult about bullying, ranging from being afraid of what the bullies might do if they found out, to feelings of failure because they could not deal with the bully themselves. 5.) Many studies have found that there is a link between being bullied and health problems. 6.) Takes place at common locations such as school and online 7.) Bullying causes distress, at times extreme. Some studies have gathered information about the emotions children experience when they are being bullied. 8.) Any different countries over the last twenty years have shown that bullying in schools is common. It is not unusual to find that between a third to a half of the pupils were involved in bullying, either as victims or bullies. 9.) Children who are being bullied become less likely to tell as they get older, and when they do confide in someone, it is much more likely to be a family member or friend than a teacher. 10.) In many different countries over the last twenty years have shown that bullying in schools is common. It is not unusual to find that between a third to a half of the pupils were involved in bullying, either as victims or bullies.