BullyingUK gives this advice for victims of school bullying:
If you are being bullied at school, tell a friend, tell a teacher and tell your parents. It won't stop unless you do. It can be hard to do this so if you don't feel you can do it in person it might be easier to write a note
to your parents explaining how you feel, or perhaps confide in someone outside the immediate family, like a grandparent, aunt, uncle or cousin.Your form tutor needs to know what is going on so try to find a time to tell him or her when it won't be noticeable.
You could stay behind on the pretext of needing help with some work. Don't be tempted to respond to any bullying or hit back because you could get hurt or get into trouble.
- people calling you names
- making things up to get you into trouble
- hitting, pinching, biting, pushing and shoving
- taking things away from you
- damaging your belongings
- stealing your money
- taking your friends away from you
- posting insulting messages or rumours, in person on the internet or by instant message
- threats and intimidation
- making silent or abusive phone calls
- sending you offensive phone texts
- bullies can also frighten you so that you don't want to go to school, so that you pretend to be ill to avoid them
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