In this quiz, written for KS1 children in years 1 and 2, we take a look at bullying. In children of such a young age bullying can often be mistaken for something else. Or, conversely, when children fall out with one another (a sad part of childhood but one that is always with us) they may mistake this for bullying. This quiz will help them to recognise the difference.
So, what exactly does count as bulllying? Well, it comes in many forms. Violence is the most extreme example but name-calling, intimidation, and social isolation are more common. We'll look at some of them here, along with their consequences.
We will also advise you how to act if you encounter bullies. Whether they are bullying you, your friends or even if you yourself are the bully. Bullying is an incredibly serious issue. But calling somebody else a bully is serious too. This quiz will help to tackle both problems and help you deal with them as well.