Study reveals the impact of bullying on grades and attendance at schools

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Study reveals the impact of bullying on grades and attendance at schools

As millions of children return to school this week, new figures have been released, showing the impact that bullying has on their grades and attendance.

The study from The Diana Award, suggests nearly a quarter of students have moved school because of the problem, while 70 percent of parents say head teachers aren't doing enough.

Katie Wilmore is from the Diana Award, and Millie Morrissey is among those backing the charity's Back2School campaign.

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