RW Middle School Bullying Survey

Bullying: Bullying is when another student or group of students say mean things, tease, kick, hit, threaten, or isolate you repeatedly. (Olweus1988)

Remember that all responses are confidential!



A red asterisk (*) indicates required questions.


  1. During this school year how often have you seen someone being bullied?*
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 tmes a month).
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week).
    Everyday.


  1. During this school year how often have you been bullied at school?*
    Never.
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month).
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week).
    Everyday.


  1. How were you bullied?*
    I haven't been bullied
    I have been teased and called names.
    I have been hit, kicked or pushed.
    Others leave me out of their group.
    Others have taken my belongings.
    Others don't sit by me or talk to me.
    Others say they will hurt me.
    Others try to hurt me on the way to and from school.
    Others bully me by phone or text message.


  1. How many kids have bullied you?
    I haven't been bullied.
    One kid bullies me.
    Two or more bully me.
    Lots of kids bully me.


  1. Where were you bullied?*
    In the hallway
    In the bathroom
    In the classroom
    In the cafeteria
    On the bus
    At the bus stop
    At my own house


  1. During this school year how often have you missed school becasue you felt unsafe, uncomfortable or nervous at school or on your way to or from school?
    Never.
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month).
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week).
    Everyday.


  1. If you saw bullying a school, what did you do?
    I haven't seen any bullying.
    Ignored it as it's none of my business.
    Nothing, just watched.
    Joined in on the fun.
    Tried to stop the bully or help the victim.
    Asked for help from an adult or other student.


  1. If you have been or are being bullied, why do you think it happens?
    No one bullies me.
    I don't know why others bully me.
    I act or look different.
    I always do well in class.
    I'm smaller or weaker.
    I guess I deserve it.
    Other reasons


  1. How many times in the past year have you bullied, teased or made fun of someone?
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday


  1. Why are some kids bullies?
    I don't know.
    They are bigger and stronger.
    They think it is fun.
    They want to get even for being bullied themselves.
    They want to "show off" or impress friends.
    They fight in their own families.
    Other reasons.


  1. Durng this past school year how often have you had your property stolen or deliberately damaged, such as your clothing or books?
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday.


  1. How many times in the past year (the last 12 months) have you been afraid of being pushed, shoved, slapped, hit, or kicked by someone on school property?
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday


  1. How many times in the past year (the last 12 months) have your been afraid of having your property stolen or deliberately damages, such as clothing or books?
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday


  1. How many times this school year have you been pushed, shoved, slapped, hit, or kicked by someone on school property or bus?
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday


  1. How many times this school year have you stolen or deliberately damaged property, such as someone's clothing or books?
    Never
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday


  1. What do adults do at school when they see bullying?
    Nothing, they ignore it.
    Stop it and tell everyone to leave.
    Stop it and solve the problem.
    Other.


  1. Has an adult at school talked to your class about bullying?
    No.
    Once, and what they said helped me a lot.
    Once, but they don't really understand what's going on.
    We talk regularly about bullying, especially in iConnect.


  1. What can adults at school do better to help stop bullying?
    Supervise the school better.
    Make rules against bullying and discipline bullies.
    Talk about bully prevention in class.
    Help students work problems out.
    Bullying is not a problem at our school.


  1. Have you ever carried a weapon to school?
    Never.
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Everyday


  1. During this school year how often were you in a physical fight?
    Never.
    Sometimes (1 or 2 times a month)
    Regularly (1 or 2 times a week)
    Every day


  1. Have you talked to anyone about being bullied?
    I have not been bullied.
    No.
    Yes, a teacher or other adult at school.
    Yes, a brother or sister.
    Yes, my parents.
    Yes, a friend.


  1. Name a bully at your school.


  1. Do you know how to report bullying at your school?
    Yes
    No


  1. What is your gender?*
    Male.
    Female.





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