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Based on resolver's experience, government guidelines state that schools should have an anti-bullying policy in place, which sets out the way the school will deal with bullying. The guidelines also state that schools should discipline pupils who bully others whether inside or outside school premises. You should first report bullying to the school. Staff will have different ways of dealing with the issue, depending on its severity.

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