Bullying in Our Schools - Student Survey

Before answering these questions, please be sure that you read and understand the definition of bullying.  Please take this questionnaire seriously.

Bullying is when one student, or a group of students, keeps hurting another child with words or actions.  Bully may be hitting, shoving, kicking, name calling, playing pranks, leaving a student out, spreading rumors, or doing other mean things to a student.  

Bullying often, though not always, happens between students who are not friends. Sometimes bullying can happen just one time. Bullying happens when one person who has more physical or emotional power targets another person who has trouble defending himself or herself. Usually the victim becomes very upset.


This is a completely anonymous questionnaire.   Answer all the questions. Think about each question carefully.  Choose the best answer. 

* 1. I am in:

* 2. I attend:

* 3. I am:

* 4. Ethnicity:

* 5. Have you ever been a victim of a bullying or harassment incident at school?

* 7. Why do you feel you were bullied?  (check all that apply)

* 8. Did you know the person who bullied you

* 9. Was the person who bullied you the same sex?

* 10. How did you respond to being bullied?  (check all that apply)

* 11. If you have you ever told an adult at school that you were being bullied, did you see a change afterwards?

* 12. How often have you bullied someone?

* 13. What type of bullying did you commit?  (check all that apply)

* 14. Where in this school is bullying most likely to take place?

* 15. What type of bullying have you witnessed at school?  (check all that apply)

* 16. What have you done when you have seen a student bullied in school or on the bus? (select all that apply)

* 17. If you helped a target in a bully situation, how did you help? (select all that apply)

* 18. If you think bullying takes place at School, do you think teachers and staff members are aware of it?