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  1. Bullying By: Katie Nisbet

  2. Are You A Bully Or A Victim? Do you boss people around? Do you get bossed around by other people?

  3. Bullies Most of the time bullies will start a fight. • If you’re a bully please stop and think is it worth it?

  4. Victims • If you are a victim tell someone about it. • Don’t let bullies boss you around. • Do something.

  5. Why do kids bully? • Because they see others doing it. • Because it's what you do if you want to hang out with the right crowd. • Because it makes them feel, stronger, smarter, or better than the people they are bullying. • Because it's one of the best ways to keep others from bullying me.

  6. Bullying is wrong! • Nobody has the right to hurt other people by hitting them, kicking them, calling them names, spreading rumors about them or by doing anything else which is intended to be upsetting. • Bullies try to justify their actions by saying that it is their victim's fault for being different. They may pick on someone who is tall or small, or fat or thin, or wears glasses, or has a different accent, or another religion, or is shy or clever, or good looking, or disabled.

  7. What to do! • Talk to someone you can trust, a teacher, parent, older friend or relative. • Be persistent. If the first person you talk to ignores you don't give up, speak to someone else. • If you can, write down everything the bullies have done or have said to you, and try to write down how you feel. When you have found someone you can trust and who is helpful, discuss what you have written with that person. Be very careful to only write down things which really happen.

  8. What not to do! • Don't try to deal with the problem on your own- there is nothing wrong in asking for help. • Don't hit the bullies- you might end up being accused of bullying yourself • Always tell the truth about what has happened. Don't exaggerate. If a small part of what you are saying is shown to be untrue, then it throws everything else into doubt. • Don't believe the lies that the bullies tell about you.

  9. Resources • http://www.scotland.gov.uk/library2/doc04/lsby-00.htm