17 Every seven seconds someone in Britain is being bullied
18 One in five secondary school pupils have experience of bullying
19 Bullying can happen anywhere; one in four people are bullied at work
20 Bullying can make you feel depressed, shy, isolated, insecure and even suicidal
21 Most people who bully have been bullied themselves Most people who bully have been bullied themselves
22 In many cases the effects of bullying aren't visible at all In many cases the effects of bullying aren't visible at all. But this doesn't mean they're less hurtful
23 20,000 young people got help last year when they spoke out against bullying
24 Some Famous victims of Bullying: Kate Winslet, Orlando Bloom, Eminem, Tom Cruise and Sarah-Michelle Gellar.
25 Brian McFaddenBrian was bullied at school because of his weight and because he used to sing and dance there - it wasn't cool. He says that he always had to be on the defence so it made him sharper. He always knew he'd get the last laugh.
26 LahmeaLahmea was bullied at school and decided to do something about it. Combining her songwriting and singing talents with the experiences that she'd had and things she saw around her, Lahmea has spoken at a number of conferences on bullying, has produced an album of songs on bullying and crime and won an award for her work in the community.
27 Danny McNamara (Embrace) Danny had three years of verbal bullying at school. His advice is not to be afraid to tell someone about it. The people bullying are the people who've got the problem, not you. Eventually he hooked up with a different group of people and they all stuck up for each other.
28 Jennifer EllisonAt school Jen saw herself as geeky and one of the girls in her class would hit her. At first she was afraid to tell anyone but once she'd let her Mum help, the girl was suspended. Years later Jen bumped into the girl again - behind the checkout in the supermarket. She thinks it's really important not to bottle it up - if it's happening to you, tell someone.
29 Verbal bullying, including: What is Bullying?Verbal bullying, including:TeasingSarcasmName callingContinually ignoring someoneRacist & sexist remarks
30 Physical bullying, including: Taking your money or personal belongings Pushing, hitting, kicking and punching Sexual abuse, including unwanted physical contact or comments
31 Indirect bullying, including: Spreading rumours or starting gossip about you Getting you into trouble for no real reason Excluding you Sending you hurtful messages via texts, s, phoning and letters