I get bullied alot by year 6.What should i do about it because i asked my mum and dad but they just say i should ignore them and i do but they just annoy me.
Dr Clip says:
I am sorry that you are being bullied. It must be upsetting and annoying for you. Trying to ignore bullies is really difficult to do because they usually pick on something that we already feel sensitive about. When we try to ignore what they say or do, usually our faces or our behaviour shows them that they have hurt us. So ignoring doesn't usually work.
I know this will sound like a bit of a strange thing to do, but can you try to laugh along with the bully? They are probably picking on you to try to look clever or funny in front of other people. If you laugh along and or say 'Yeah, you're right', there is nothing left to laugh at. The bully might try again but if you keep saying the same thing they will probably get bored with trying to bother you.
I don't think you should be dealing with this on your own. Have you told your form teacher or head of year about the bullying? All schools should have an anti-bullying policy which tells pupils, teachers and parents what the school will do when someone is being bullied. Often young people are worried that if they tell a teacher about the bullying the bully will 'get them back'. Most schools will make sure this doesn't happen but the teachers can only help you if you give them facts about what has happened, when it happened and who was involved.
The other people to speak to are the psychologists or nurses in the cleft team. They can work with you to get the bullying stopped. If you let me know which area you live in I can contact the right person in the team to get in touch with you, if you want this to happen.
Bullying is a big deal and it's brilliant that you have contacted me to ask for help. Try looking at these websites for more ideas
I hope this helps