Anonymously Report Bullying in School

3KD Enrichment Makes It Easy for Children to Anonymously Report Bullying in School, While Advising Their Parent and School Via Our Anti Bullying App

Founder's Experience  With Bullying

I was a teenager in middle school who loved math class. Each day on my way to class, I would always pass this student who loved to make fun of the way I looked. Once I reached my math class, there were more students who also liked to talk about the way I looked. My love for math diminished and my focus was off, because of the distractions from the other students bullying me. These taunting experiences were my first encounters with bullies.  

Who We Are

My company has launched an app that makes it easy for children to anonymously report bullying in their school, while advising their parent and school.

 

How it works

Easy To Understand Directions

On our anonymous bully reporting app, the child reporting the act of bullying will enter in the following information:

  • Name of the bully.

  • Name of the child being bullied.

  • Contact email address for their school.

  • Date, time, and place where bullying took place. 

  • Name of person being bullied.

  • Cell phone number of their parent.

Once the user clicks on the Report button, an email will be sent to the school and a text message will be sent to the parent. 

National Statistics

  • Been Bullied

    • 28% of U.S. students in grades 6–12 experienced bullying.2

    • 20% of U.S. students in grades 9–12 experienced bullying.15

  • Bullied Others

    • Approximately 30% of young people admit to bullying others in surveys.3

  • Seen Bullying

    • 70.6% of young people say they have seen bullying in their schools.3

    • 70.4% of school staff have seen bullying. 62% witnessed bullying two or more times in the last month and 41% witness bullying once a week or more.3

    • When bystanders intervene, bullying stops within 10 seconds 57% of the time.16

  • Been Cyberbullied

    • 9% of students in grades 6–12 experienced cyberbullying.2

      • 15% of high school students (grades 9–12) were electronically bullied in the past year.16

      • However, 55.2% of LGBTQ students experienced cyberbullying.17

  • How Often Bullied

    • In one large study, about 49% of children in grades 4–12 reported being bullied by other students at school at least once during the past month, whereas 30.8% reported bullying others during that time.

    • Defining "frequent" involvement in bullying as occurring two or more times within the past month, 40.6% of students reported some type of frequent involvement in bullying, with 23.2% being the youth frequently bullied, 8.0% being the youth who frequently bullied others, and 9.4% playing both roles frequently.3

  • Types of Bullying

    • The most common types of bullying are verbal and social. Physical bullying happens less often. Cyberbullying happens the least frequently.

    • According to one large study, the following percentages of middle schools students had experienced these various types of bullying: name calling (44.2 %); teasing (43.3 %); spreading rumors or lies (36.3%); pushing or shoving (32.4%); hitting, slapping, or kicking (29.2%); leaving out (28.5%); threatening (27.4%); stealing belongings (27.3%); sexual comments or gestures (23.7%); e-mail or blogging (9.9%).3

  • Where Bullying Occurs

    • Most bullying takes place in school, outside on school grounds, and on the school bus. Bullying also happens wherever kids gather in the community. And of course, cyberbullying occurs on cell phones and online.

    • According to one large study, the following percentages of middle schools students had experienced bullying in these various places at school: classroom (29.3%); hallway or lockers (29.0%); cafeteria (23.4%); gym or PE class (19.5%); bathroom (12.2%); playground or recess (6.2%).3

  • How Often Adult Notified

    • Only about 20 to 30% of students who are bullied notify adults about the bullying.

  • www.stopbullying.gov

 

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