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  Bullying on the brain
Updated 07 November 2001, 09.33
Children being bullied
Dude2sweet is a victim of bullying. In this report they ask how school can be made safe for everyone.

"In my school we have strict bullying rules but who cares?

They act all tough and pick on anyone who would rather do their work than bully others. It's a concertina effect.

Gangs who hate each other

One child picks on another so a brother or sister gets involved.

Children being bullied
Then their friends. Until soon half the school is divided into two gangs who hate each other.

I am the kid who would rather do homework and school work than fight.

I get the blame

I am the kid who is bullied and fights back when needed and gets the blame.

Because they have more friends as witnesses to lie for them than you do, the hard working kid. So you get the blame.

"When will it stop?"

The victim becomes the bully until all punishment is done then it's back to beating up the working kid.

When will it stop?

The answer is never.

When that kid is gone another will take their place.

So how can we stop this?

How can we make schools safe for everyone?"

If you're being bullied and need help, go to the link on the right hand side of this page.

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