Bullying Statistics

7 Responses to Bullying Statistics

  1. emily wardill says:

    I’m as Peer Mentor at Headlands School and I am completely against bullying.
    I have used these statistics in my Powerpoint against bullying to show in Assemblies as it’s Anti Bullying week on the 19th-24th October.

    As a Peer Mentor myself, I have had a lot of home problems and school issues too,I am in year 10 and I have spent most of my time down at Peer Mentoring and have got a lot out of been here and I still persue to carry on.
    I am so grateful that I have had the opportunity to be able to talk aboutmy problems and to have lots of people there to suport me.

    Headlands School is one of the ones that do have Peer Mentoring but there are lots of schools that don’t have Peer Mentoring and we are trying to get it into most schools as it really helps students with any problems, somewhere to feel safe and somewhere where they know they can be themselves and not feel like they are going to be judged.

  2. Andree Hidalgo says:


    I’m an 18+ year Master’s degreed veteran teacher of middle school and high school students and coach middle school cheerleaders. I have a beautiful 7th grade daughter who has had her struggles with “mean girl” stuff at times, yet we often discuss her actions and how they may have contributed in some way.

    She’s actually doing a Social Studies Fair project on the possibility of the word “bullying” overused, because of it the VERY huge disparity and widening gap of what is to be considered “bullying” behavior. I’d love to hear what others think. There are so many ways to look at it. And having grown up in the 80’s, when bullying was definitely a concern, but probably underreported, I often wonder if things are sometimes taken too far and reported as “bullying”, when it just may be poor problem-solving and/or ability to cope with a tough situation that may not really fall into a category of bullying—but how can we define those categories? Though, I never want to take away from the true concern of actual bullying, as we know it is a REAL concern for many.
    What do you think???

    Thank you for your time!

  3. Alex Math says:

    Bullying is social problem and should be handled with all attention required.

  4. Aandelen Kopen says:

    Bullying is part of being at school or at the workplace. You can try to ban it but you could also try a better approach. Make it a better environment where workers or children are more dependent on eachother. Bullying should be taken care of in the psychological way, not by making more rules.

  5. Hanna says:

    Hello, my name is Hanna and I am 17, I myself have been through bullying, and am still currently getting bullied. I am judged each and everyday for something that happened a year ago that I couldn’t control. Action needs to be taken a lot more. I have often had many thoughts of suicide because the bullying got way to much for me to handle…. Nothing about bullying is right, and I honestly don’t think that a lot of people take it seriously until its to late. I don’t think many people really understand how bad it really is and how much worse it is getting. There should really be a lot more done and a lot more people paying attention and watching students and peer carefully, maybe get them alone and talk to them and see if anything is going on. Take more precautions and be more aware and more observant. I know that is easier said than done because I never let my emotions show. I would always hide them from everyone, but that still doesn’t mean someone couldn’t tell that something was wrong. I may not have shown it, but people could tell when I was having a bad day. As I have said before, I just don’t think people really take bullying seriously. More people should be aware of the the consequences of bullying and understand that what they say, can never be taken back, they can’t take back the damage that has already been done. Making more rules against bullying doesn’t mean people are going to follow these rules. Innocent children take their life, because immediate action isn’t taking place. If more people start suffering the consequences of bullying and more people realize, hey maybe this is serious and we need to start paying attention to our actions, they will start to see that it’s not right, and they need to stop before more consequences are being put into action.

    • Chris davis says:

      Why do people bully it is so wrong but people should not be juged because of what there waring or what they look like there is girl i know named mone and she killed her self because she got bullied so all the bullies out there why do you bully people have you got bullied befor if so its not ok to bully because you got bullied so people need to watch what you say

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