'A footprint means pressing down and global means world, so 'global footprint' means pressing down on the world and we don't want to press too hard' (child's definition of a Global Footprint)
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Disability bullying

Disability bullying is behaviour or language that makes a child or young person feel unwelcome or marginalised because of a perceived or actual disability.

Some examples can include:

Teasing a child because they have additional support from staff

• Not playing with a child or calling them mean names.

Mencap’s 'Don’t Stick it STOP IT!’ (.pdf 511kb) research found that amongst children and young people from Northern Ireland, England and Wales:Dont

Eight out of ten children with a learning disability are bullied

Eight out of ten are scared to go out because they are frightened they
might be bullied
Six out of ten children with a learning disability had been physically hurt
by bullies

Five out of ten children who had
experienced bullying said that they
stayed away from the places
where they have been bullied
in the past
Nearly four out of ten (36%) children surveyed said that the bullying didn’t
stop when they told someone
Nearly three out of ten (27%) children surveyed were bullied for three years
or more.