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Names: Alexza Bernales Nicole Ampurado Section: Social Responsibility

Jamelah Deguilmo Angelito Alday

Kevin Kyle Tagalog



Bullying is something that can hurt you on the inside or on the outside. It hurts you on the

outside by hitting you and hurting you physically. It hurts you on the inside by name calling,

skitting or hurting your feelings. Bullying is done on purpose, its not an accident. If someone

hurts you during a game by accident that is not bullying, but if every time you played a game

they hurt you, or your feelings that would be bullying. It can aim to hurt a group of people or just

one person and can be done by a group or just one person. Bullying happens more than once. The

bully/bullies do it over and over and over again and they can take away your self-esteem and

confidence. Almost everyone will be affected by bullying during their life. This can be as a child

or as a young person or it can happen as an adult in work, it can even be as an elderly person in

the community.

Bullying affects the ability for students to learn in an effective manner. Students need to feel safe

and secure physically, emotionally and socially before learning can occur. Bullying actions by

peers in and outside of the school environment can negatively affect students abilities to learn.

Therefore, it is vital that the schools implement a comprehensive anti-bully program that is

School bullying is a pervasive problem found in elementary, middle, and high around the world.

It can take many direct and indirect forms, including physical violence, name-calling, taunting,

teasing, malicious rumour-spreading and social exclusion. Once thought of as a normal part of

growing up, school bullying is now widely recognized as a serious problem that must be met

with systematic preventative efforts. This article examines the nature, prevalence, and effects of

school bullying. It discusses profiles of bullies and victims, and explores the most effective

methods now used to combat school bullying

To prevent and stop bullying, we must first understand it. In the instantaneous electronic world

of youth culture, bullying is like a virus or other diseases that have proven difficult to eradicate:

spreading rapidly, constantly mutating, virtually impossible to quarantine. States and districts are

increasingly in support of policies and practices that shift school discipline away from zero

tolerance, such as suspension and expulsion, to discipline that is focused on teaching and

engagement. To this effort, districts and states are rethinking discipline and adopting

both Restorative Justice Practices (RJP) and Bullying Prevention (BP) as school-wide efforts to

provide school staff with a set of preventative and responsive strategies to supporting positive

student behaviours

Our aim in conducting this research is to know how to prevent bullying? What is the reason why

a bully becomes a bully? How to stop bullies from bullying? What area the side effects of

bullying and how bullied persons overcome bullying? We would like to know how the bullying

affects students lives