Being bullied is when the same person or same group keep trying to hurt you on purpose.
Someone is being bullied when the same person or group keep on doing things like:
Saying hurtful things
Making you do things you don't want to
Trying to hurt you physically
Stopping you from joining in with games and activities with others
If someone does this only once or twice it is not called bullying but it is still not OK.
If you think you are being bullied you can:
Tell a teacher
Tell a parent
Tell a friend
Tell the bully to stop
No one should be bullied. If you think you are being bullied you should tell an adult. Telling an adult means that they can try to help you stop the bullying.
Bullying is when you keep trying to hurt or upset someone on purpose.
Someone is being a bully when they:
Say hurtful things
Make someone do things they don't want to
Try to hurt someone physically
Stop someone from joining in with games and activities with others
It is never OK to bully others and it is against school rules. No one likes to be bullied and feel sad or get hurt. Most people do not like bullies. If a teacher finds out that someone is a bully they may be very angry with them.
A bully should:
Try to make things better
No one should bully others. It is against the rules and may make lots of people very upset or angry.