Bailey is 14, she has been bullied her whole life because she has been small. Will she kill herself? Rabbit is 11, she is bullied because of her name, how will she deal with it? This story is about two girls who are bullied. This is my entry for the bullying competition.


1. Bailey: How it all started

The bullying started at primary school. I was always picked on because of my height. I hate being small. They think they can take advantage of me and they think I don't have any feelings. In year four I got beaten up everyday, I would be pinned up to the fence and punched, I told the teachers but they didn't do anything, they even saw me get beaten up. I was friendless, I did have one friend but a new girl joined and took her away from me. They both called me names and left me out. I admit I attempted suicide.

I was even bullied at home, my older brother constantly picked on me, he would hit me and leave bruises. I would tell my Mum but she never told him off. I would try strangling myself, I even ran away. I never had the guts to walk out in front of a car. I would walk around outside, tears pouring out of my eyes. I hated life. I would lock myself in my room and watch the world go by.

I never want to return to primary school, secondary school hasn't been great either. One girl was really tall and would drag me around, I would try to run away but she would grab my arm. I told my older brother and he got her to try and stick my head in a toilet. I was forced to sit opposite or next to her in class, she would kick me under the table (it hurt a lot) and she would punch and slap me. She bullied other people too, like if they were fat etc. It didn't end until my Mum sent an email to my advisor, she didn't do anything. Teachers these days. They try and stop bullying but they do nothing about it. It's pathetic really. I got bullied again at the end of year seven. One of the girls (there were four of them and they were all taller than me) threw water at me in class, I was glad I had ice cold energy drink in my bag, I got up from my seat and poured it in her hair. The teacher told me off and I walked out of class in tears. I couldn't take it anymore and I told another teacher about it and she listened to me and moved me into another class and she sorted out the girls. If they bullied me again they would be expelled. That's what I call doing something about it.
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