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Some common signs that a child is being bullied are:

  • Bruises and other unexplainable injuries.

  • Broken personal items or frequently 'losing' them, especially those of high value.

  • Changes in eating habits e.g. not wanting to eat or skipping meals.

  • Tiredness.

  • Frequent headaches or migraines. 

  • Fear of school or public places.

  • Loss of interest in school, worsening of grades and general quality of work


Signs that a child is bullying can include:



  • Getting into physical or verbal fights

  • Unnecessary aggression

  • Having unexplained extra money or new belongings

  • Blaming others for their problems and not accepting responsibility for their actions

  • Being competitive and worrying about their reputation or popularity



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