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Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
Children & Cyberbullying
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Children & Cyberbullying

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Research by Robert Hart-Fletcher into bullying reveals that 70% of children suffer some form of bullying and that cyberbullying is increasing dramatically. …

Research by Robert Hart-Fletcher into bullying reveals that 70% of children suffer some form of bullying and that cyberbullying is increasing dramatically.

Children are more likely than ever to suffer nasty or aggressive texts, emails, and messaging, as well as bullying in chat rooms.

KidsOKOnline's study of 3,052 children aged 6 to 14 finds that members of safely moderated social learning networks are far less likely to be bullied than children in un-moderated networks.

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  • 1. Learner Voice Research KidsOKOnline Robert Hart-Fletcher Cyberbullying © Copyright 2007 Intuitive MediaLimited 2011 KidsOKOnline Research Services 1
  • 2. Children and Cyberbullying Research context KOKO’s research into bullying worryingly reveals that 70% of children suffer some form of bullying and that cyber bullying is increasing dramatically. Children are more likely than ever to suffer nasty or aggressive texts, emails, and messaging, as well asLearner Voice Research bullying in chat rooms. KOKO’s study of 3,052 children aged 6 to 14 reveals that members of its safe social learning networks are far less likely to be bullied than other children. © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 2
  • 3. The childrenLearner Voice Research © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 3
  • 4. Children and Cyberbullying Research base 3052 rigorously authenticated children sampled from a population of over 120,000 taken from 13,000+ UK classrooms Members of SuperClubsPLUS (6-12) and GoldStarCafe (11-14) protected social learning networksLearner Voice Research Demographics: broadly representative of UK population in location, gender, ethnicity, religion, social background. – Ipsos Mori Voluntary online survey © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 4
  • 5. Children and Cyberbullying Research sample locationLearner Voice Research © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 5
  • 6. Children and Cyberbullying Research sample genderLearner Voice Research Boys Girls 43% 57% © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 6
  • 7. Children and Cyberbullying Research sample age range (year group) 37% 24%Learner Voice Research 16% 11% 9% 2% 3 4 5 6 7 8 © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 7
  • 8. Learner Voice Research Children and Cyberbullying SuperClubsPLUS.com – social learning network for primary © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 8
  • 9. Learner Voice Research Children and Cyberbullying GoldStarCafe.net– social learning network for secondary © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 9
  • 10. Incidence of bullyingLearner Voice Research © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 10
  • 11. Children and Cyberbullying Have you ever been bullied? Children were asked if they had ever been bullied 58% said they’d suffered some bullying. NoLearner Voice Research Yes 42% 58% Have you ever been Boys Girls All bullied? None 42% 39% 40% Some 58% 61% 60% © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 11
  • 12. Children and Cyberbullying Have you ever been bullied by a child? 51% of children had been bullied by a child in the past, 7% said they were currently being Now bullied by another child. 7%Learner Voice Research Past 51% No Have you ever been Boys Girls All 42% bullied by a child? Yes, right now 7% 7% 7% No 41% 41% 41% Yes, in the past 52% 52% 52% © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 12
  • 13. Children and Cyberbullying Have you ever been bullied by an adult? 9% of children had been bullied by an adult in the past. Now Past 2%, mostly boys, said they were 9% 2% currently being bullied by an adult.Learner Voice Research Have you ever been Boys Girls All bullied by an adult? Yes, right now 3% 1% 2% No No 87% 90% 89% 89% Yes, in the past 10% 8% 9% © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 13
  • 14. Online, verbal, physicalLearner Voice Research © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 14
  • 15. Children and Cyberbullying If youve been bullied, how did it happen? 48% Cyberbullying = nasty text messages, emails, phone calls or bad things said about you on the internet! Physical bullying = being kicked, hit, having things thrown at you etc. Verbal bullying = being called names, being teased, peopleLearner Voice Research spreading rumours about you etc.! 26% If youve been bullied, Boys Girls All how did it happen? 7% Cyberbullying 10% 7% 8% Online Physical 37% 18% 26% Physical Verbal 46% 53% 50% Verbal © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 15
  • 16. Children and Cyberbullying Cyberbullying The vast majority of members of KOKO’s safe social learning networks, who are well protected in these communities, do not visit any other social networking sites, and are therefore far less exposed to the possibilities of cyber-bullying. “My Year Sixes were asked for advice and replied ‘use a safe moderated site like SuperClubsPLUS and there’s no problem’. In 2006 we had over 30 pupils usingLearner Voice Research unsuitable sites in years 5 and 6, but having done the same questionnaire recently, there were only 3 – the rest were using SuperClubsPLUS.” - Janet Stockburn, Teacher, Worcester KOKO research confirms Janet’s observations. In a previous study for DCSF, KOKO found that only 6% of it’s members used other social sites. In the current study 7% said they had been cyber-bullied outside their safe social learning networks. © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 16
  • 17. Children and Cyberbullying How [where] were you cyber-bullied? 4 to 5% had a bad email, messenger or mobile phone message 3% say they’d been bullied on a gaming Gaming site or social site. 3% Social siteLearner Voice Research How were you cyber-bullied? Boys Girls All 3% Messenger On a gaming site 3% 1% 3% On a social site My 4% 4% 4% Email Space, Facebook etc. 4% On an instant 4% 4% 4% messenger Mobile By email 5% 5% 5% 5% By mobile phone 6% 4% 5% NONE 88% 88% 88% 4% © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 17
  • 18. Children and Cyberbullying Who would you talk to if you were being bullied? 69% said they’d talk to a parent or carer. Who would you talk to if Boys Girls All 46% would tell a friend and 44% a teacher. you were being bullied? A worrying 5% said they would tell no one. No one 7% 5% 6% Other adult 10% 11% 11% No one5%Learner Voice Research Aunt, uncle, 20% 18% 18% grandparent Other adult 11% Brother, sister 22% 20% 21% Aunt, uncle, grandparent 19% or cousin Sibling, cousin Mediator 21% Mediator 30% 28% 29% Teacher 44% 46% 45% Teacher 29% Friend 48% 47% 47% Friend Parent or carer 44% Parent or carer 61% 73% 68% 46% © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 69% 18
  • 19. What the children sayLearner Voice Research © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 19
  • 20. Children and Cyberbullying What worries you online? Children were asked what worries them when they are online outside their safe social learning networks. “I think that the emails sometimes affend me. Some one from my school called me fat and he does at school too!”Learner Voice Research “incase someone invites me 2 there house which has happened before” “yes, if someone is actually an adult and pretending to be a child.” “yes am sometimes i get called names am scared of that” © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 20
  • 21. Children and Cyberbullying What worries you online? “I worry that someone might trace me or my friends!” “The people who bully often are the ones whoLearner Voice Research everyone likes, if they want to pick on someone then they get everyone to help which is very hard to ignore or get yourself out of.” “If theres any wierdos on like old men who are creeps and hurt you if they see you” © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 21
  • 22. Children and Cyberbullying What worries you online? “you can never really know who is safe and who isnt safe. I feel safe - but I know I cant really trust anyone online.” “I think someone might type saying they knowLearner Voice Research where i am and will beat me up or someone emailing me saying that im stupid or something.” “some people worry me and my sister because some people ask very personal questions that are very private that we dont like telling others” © Copyright 2011 KidsOKOnline Limited 22
  • 23. Learner Voice Research KidsOKOnline Robert Hart-Fletcher Cyberbullying © Copyright 2007 Intuitive MediaLimited 2011 KidsOKOnline Research Services 23

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