A conference is being held in Cardiff to discuss future policies on anti-bullying.
A recent survey by the Children and Young People's Assembly for Wales has found almost half of children in Wales admits to being bullied.
The Welsh Government says schools in Wales must have strategies on anti-bullying put in place.
Children charities have raised concerns of current strategies after a recent survey found around 50% of Welsh children reported they'd been bullied.
Bullying of any kind is totally unacceptable and all schools in Wales must have an anti-bullying strategy in place.
We have taken a number of steps to help schools manage bullying, including Respecting Others, a suite of comprehensive anti-bullying guidance to help schools put in place effective strategies to prevent, respond to, monitor and record bullying.
We have also made £530,000 available to local authorities for behaviour management training for teachers, including specific anti-bullying interventions, and we are strengthening opportunities for newly qualified teachers through our Masters in Educational Practice.