One child in every classroom has been bullied every single day over past six months, survey suggests.
Almost half (45 per cent) of 11 to 16-year-olds questioned said they had been bullied face-to-face, and more than a third (34 per cent) have been bullied online, at least once in the last six months.
A survey, from the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), suggests that 4 per cent of pupils are being bullied face-to-face or online every day – which it says is the equivalent of one child in every classroom.
The survey, released ahead of Anti-Bullying Week next week, also revealed that more than two in five (41 per cent) of children have witnessed adults bullying each other over the past six months.
Almost all of them (97 per cent) said they would like adults to show more respect for each other, with 98 per cent saying showing respect is important - even if you disagree with someone.
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