One-fifth pupils bullied

5th March 2010 at 00:00

More than one-fifth of Northern Ireland schoolchildren - 22 per cent - say they have been physically bullied. This emerged from a Kids' Life and Times Survey, produced by Queen's University and the University of Ulster and based on responses from 3,657 P7 youngsters in 268 primary schools.

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