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iv suffered it all my life and its not done my life much good! until i reached 17 and relaised they were just divs. point is, my child hood is not too much of a good memory
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I was bullied in primary school, besides the f****** bad time I had it has probably made me more of a strong person.
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I suffered problems with bullying when I was at school. I was put in hospital twice. However it is this that is probably the thing that drives me to success the most. I could have put myself down as a failure and let the bullies when. Instead I have gone to university hopefully get a good grade, get a decentish job before going on to complete a masters.

Most of my bullies are probably studying NVQ Level 1 in strangeways prison now (and that is the clever ones).
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I suffered problems with bullying when I was at school. I was put in hospital twice. However it is this that is probably the thing that drives me to success the most. I could have put myself down as a failure and let the bullies when. Instead I have gone to university hopefully get a good grade, get a decentish job before going on to complete a masters.

Most of my bullies are probably studying NVQ Level 1 in strangeways prison now (and that is the clever ones).
prison?

what did they do?
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prison?

what did they do?
probs the usual stuff
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Most of my bullies are probably studying NVQ Level 1 in strangeways prison now (and that is the clever ones).
Hehehe, they are loosers.
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what did they do?
Well my school was in a nice place called Moss Side. One of them was shot dead, the others have been done for shop lifting, drug offenses etc.

My school was very odd, half ended up in prision, a quater ended up in jobs and the other quarter at uni.

Perhaps not quite that many did but I lot have ended up in prison.
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Well my school was in a nice place called Moss Side. One of them was shot dead, the others have been done for shop lifting, drug offenses etc.

My school was very odd, half ended up in prision, a quater ended up in jobs and the other quarter at uni.

Perhaps not quite that many did but I lot have ended up in prison.
your school is a bit worrying no offense but it is very worrying.My school is mad.A girl died because she feel threw a glass window at the top of the stairs and went right down to the bottom
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your school is a bit worrying no offense but it is very worrying.My school is mad.A girl died because she feel threw a glass window at the top of the stairs and went right down to the bottom
It was I only ended up there because no other school could offer me the support (long story I don't want to get into on here).

The technology tutor a let a few of us in the technology room at lunch time so we could keep away from the scallies and druggies.

My school had a 10% 5 A*-C pass rate. Its closed down by now by the way.
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your school is a bit worrying no offense but it is very worrying.My school is mad.A girl died because she feel threw a glass window at the top of the stairs and went right down to the bottom
oh my god.
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oh my god.
i told you not to look in the mirror.

(joke by the way)
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I know Moss Side but I've never stayed there - just passed through in the car. I've heard it's bad though.

I've been bullied since Year 3. It seems every time a bully got into trouble for picking on me there would be a calm period of a few months and then there'd be another one.

I think it has made me stronger though.

I remember seeing a boxing champion on TV who was bullied as a kid and now has lots of money. One day, he saw the bullies walk past in the street and they went out of their way to avoid him. he said it was very satisfyig, knowing he was doing better tha them and if he'd asked they'd have kissed his shoes.

Still, I don't think enough is done at school to combat bully6ing. In Year 3 a group of people pushed me over, took one of my shoes and my glasses (which were later recovered) while one of them banged my head against the floor. Since this was lunchtime, wehn they let me go I hopped to the "midday assistant" and told her what had happened. she told me she couldn't do anything since she wasn't a teacher. So what was the point of her being there again?

Other times, the person has got off scot-free because I didn't know their name and I have trouble identifying people whose faces I see for a short time whle they are trying to hit me. I have trouble with faces any way!

But now I have an offer for Cambridge and I'm likely to get the grades, while most of those completely messed up at GCSE.
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I know Moss Side but I've never stayed there - just passed through in the car. I've heard it's bad though.

I've been bullied since Year 3. It seems every time a bully got into trouble for picking on me there would be a calm period of a few months and then there'd be another one.

I think it has made me stronger though.

I remember seeing a boxing champion on TV who was bullied as a kid and now has lots of money. One day, he saw the bullies walk past in the street and they went out of their way to avoid him. he said it was very satisfyig, knowing he was doing better tha them and if he'd asked they'd have kissed his shoes.

Still, I don't think enough is done at school to combat bully6ing. In Year 3 a group of people pushed me over, took one of my shoes and my glasses (which were later recovered) while one of them banged my head against the floor. Since this was lunchtime, wehn they let me go I hopped to the "midday assistant" and told her what had happened. she told me she couldn't do anything since she wasn't a teacher. So what was the point of her being there again?

Other times, the person has got off scot-free because I didn't know their name and I have trouble identifying people whose faces I see for a short time whle they are trying to hit me. I have trouble with faces any way!

But now I have an offer for Cambridge and I'm likely to get the grades, while most of those completely messed up at GCSE.
Precisely. Most people reap what they sow.
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i told you not to look in the mirror.

(joke by the way)
lol i would have taken that as a joke! what do u think i am!? actually dont answer that....
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my school.Park High is a anti-bullying school so if you get bullied tell someone and the bully geys expelled
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I know Moss Side but I've never stayed there - just passed through in the car. I've heard it's bad though.

I've been bullied since Year 3. It seems every time a bully got into trouble for picking on me there would be a calm period of a few months and then there'd be another one.

I think it has made me stronger though.

I remember seeing a boxing champion on TV who was bullied as a kid and now has lots of money. One day, he saw the bullies walk past in the street and they went out of their way to avoid him. he said it was very satisfyig, knowing he was doing better tha them and if he'd asked they'd have kissed his shoes.

Still, I don't think enough is done at school to combat bully6ing. In Year 3 a group of people pushed me over, took one of my shoes and my glasses (which were later recovered) while one of them banged my head against the floor. Since this was lunchtime, wehn they let me go I hopped to the "midday assistant" and told her what had happened. she told me she couldn't do anything since she wasn't a teacher. So what was the point of her being there again?

Other times, the person has got off scot-free because I didn't know their name and I have trouble identifying people whose faces I see for a short time whle they are trying to hit me. I have trouble with faces any way!

But now I have an offer for Cambridge and I'm likely to get the grades, while most of those completely messed up at GCSE.
Hehe exactly, and hopefully you now realise the reason you were bullied. They would have felt threatened by you and were probably jealous. You will go on to be some cheif executive of some large PLC where as they will end up being a dustman for the rest of their lives. Revenge is sweet.
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my school.Park High is a anti-bullying school so if you get bullied tell someone and the bully geys expelled
but wont the bullies come after u outside school hours?
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lol i would have taken that as a joke! what do u think i am!? actually dont answer that....
no i think your shrek
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