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  Your Reports: 'Bullying is wrong'
Updated 19 November 2001, 11.00
Bullying
Sian, 10, from Goole, reports on why bullying is wrong and what can be done to help stop it.

"I am writing this report to say that bullying is wrong!

I have been bullied before but the school wouldn't do anything to help.

So we moved house, and changed school, and everything's fine now.

I think every parent should have to sign a piece of paper saying that they agree with the school's anti-bullying policy.

Teachers don't see everything

Bullying
I also think some reliable children should be playground monitors who help other children.

These children could help keep an eye on other pupils because teachers on duty don't always see everything.

If children helped each other it would be easier to sort out problems.

Luckily our school has 24-hour CCTV to keep an eye on us.

If you see anyone getting bullied the best thing to do is go and tell a teacher immediately.

Bullying hurts

And if you are a bully and you are reading this, I would like you to imagine what you would feel like if you were being bullied.

Stop bullying for the sake of others; you could lose a lot of friends."

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