The Annual Bullying Survey 2014

In February, we released the findings from The Annual Bullying Survey 2013: an ambitious research projected conducted in partnership with 10 colleges from across the United Kingdom. The purpose of the research was to identify the effect and prominence of bullying within the UK’s education system. Over 2,000 British teens completed our survey and our findings were quickly picked up by schools, colleges, Universities, academics and press outlets from across the UK.

Today, we are proud to announce that we are launching The Annual Bullying Survey 2014. This year, we are opening the research up to every single college and high school in the United Kingdom and have introduced brand new metrics and measures into the project.

The Annual Bullying Survey has become the largest body of bullying research to exist in the world and this year we are hoping to speak with over 25,000 young people from across the UK.

We will be sampling young people aged 13-25 from now until 1st January 2014. Our findings will then be published in February 2014. If you represent an establishment and would like to find out more information or would like to get involved; please contact Jon Cross at [email protected] or give us a call on 01273 979930.

Click here to view our 2013 edition or alternatively click here to complete the survey.

2 Comments

  1. J says:

    Very good report

  2. Emily says:

    Some truly fascinating findings… saw you got the cover of the Independent. Congrats

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