Research shows that 85 per cent of children aged from 5 – 11 years have experience bullying in some kind of way.
Cyber bullying is on a huge rise due to the 21st century 41% of children said they had been bullying using electronic device or computer.
Statistics on bullying collated from government reports and research.
  38% of young people have been affected by cyber-bullying.
  31,599 children called Child Line in 2011/12 about bullying.
  Almost half (46%) of children and young people say they have been bullied at school at some point in their lives.
  38% of disabled children worried about being bullied.
  18% of children and young people who worried about bullying said they would not talk to their parents about it. From: Chamberlain, Tamsin, George, Nalia, Golden, Sarah, Walker, Fiona and Benton, Tom (2010) Tellus4 national report (PDF). London: Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).

There are different types of bullying which are:
  Physical – hitting, kicking, and taking others belongings.
  Verbal – name-calling, insulting, making offensive remarks.
  Indirect – Spreading nasty story’s also exclusion from social groups and spreading malicious emails or text using Mobil phone.
  Cyber bullying – the use of technology like mobiles or internet like chat rooms were people upset others.
  Social alienations- were a person excludes someone of perhaps.
  Intimidation- when another person threatens someone enough to scare them into doing something.
  Sexual bullying – were someone makes another person forces sexual things when the other person don’t really want too.
  Racial - others make offence of other skin colour or ethnic back ground.
The effects on bullying can effect children in different ways racial bullying can make children and young people feel isolated from different groups it can make children feel depressed and the worst case make them feel suicidal It can make...