Principles Call on Government to Introduce National Policy to Tackle Cyber-Bullying

The National Association of Principles and Deputy Principles has called upon the Government to introduce a National Policy to tackle Cyber-Bullying after a survey has found that there has been a 33% increase in Cyber-Bullying since last year.  The findings, to be published today as the ISPCC launches its Anti-Bullying Month campaign, include: -16% of students admit to being a victim of cyber-bullying — a 33% increase on the 2013 figure; -Only 12% of parents knew about this bullying; -9% of students admit to having cyberbullied another student — an 80% rise; -Only a quarter of surveyed parents monitor their

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