Secondary 2019

The purpose of this questionnaire is for Oxfordshire County Council and your school to find out how much bullying is going on and whether they are doing enough about it. Please help us by answering the questions. If you don't want to answer any question, please leave it out.

Your answers will be private. This means that we do not know your name and no one will know who said what. If you tell us you are being bullied, we will not be able to take action because we don't know who you are.

If you have a problem with any issues relating to bullying, please talk to your teacher or any adult you trust.

You can also call Child Line free on 0800 1111; someone is there all the time and the number will not show up on the telephone bill. If you cannot get through the first time please try again.

Bullying is when people hurt or pick on you on purpose, for example by teasing you, hitting or kicking you or saying that they will do this. It can involve people taking or breaking your things, making you do something you don't want to do, leaving you out or spreading hurtful and untrue rumours. Bullying can be face to face, by mobile or on the internet.

However when something like this happens, it is not always bullying. Bullying is more serious than having an argument with a friend. Bullying is something that happens more than one time. It is when people deliberately try to hurt someone else. The person being bullied may feel less powerful than the people bullying, and find it difficult to defend themself.

To start with some questions ABOUT YOU...

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* 1. What year are you in at school?

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* 2. What gender are you?

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* 3. Do you identify as transgender? (someone whose gender is not the same as the sex they were assigned at birth)