I was bullied in primary school, and I would intervene if I saw someone being bullied because I know what it feels like.
What you think, I'm a ginger male lol. Mostly chavs now tho and not very often and I'm old enough not too care soooo eh lol.
1) Primary school
2) no never been one
3) would definately intervene
I was bullied all through secondary school.
Mostly through primary and halfway through secondary for me. I went to London schools which could explain this; it stopped when I moved out to a school in Bucks for me. Most of it was physical to be honest, I was knocked out on two occasions by boys and began having seizures which stopped by about age 10, blah. GCSE/sixth form was pain free for me thankfully.
The most recent occasion was this horrible giant chavvy girl punching me in year 10- round abouts, luckily I had friends that came and dragged her away before I even had a chance to respond, she could have killed me with how hard she was hitting me I swear. I have permanent damage in one of my eyes because of this now. Oh yeah before anyone asks why I didn't put charges against her, the damage wasn't evident until I had an eye test 6 months later and the optician told me what had happened. Nyeh.
I've never been bullied, I don't see why they firstly complain to the school through parents etc.
If things don't improve then repeatedly get in fights with the bullies, the teachers should pay even more attention to the situation if the bullies don't back down eventually.
I was bullied when I was a kid by my best friend at the time because I stopped her and a couple of friends bullying our other friend (now my best friend). So yes to the first and last questions, no to the second.