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Estyn: Too many suffer school bullying in Wales

Too many school pupils are still suffering from bullying, Wales' education watchdog is warning.

Estyn says there needs to be greater support for "at risk" groups who are targeted because of their sexuality, ethnicity, religion or disability.

The rise in cyber bullying is a particular problem for schools because it is anonymous and pupils can be too embarrassed to report it.

Education inspectors have also drawn up an anti-bullying checklist for schools.

Caroline Evans reports.

  • 27 Jun 2014
  • From the section Wales
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