Bullying: Evidence from LSYPE2, wave 3 Research brief

Department for Education, June 2018

This research brief is based on data from the second Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE2).

In 2015, LSYPE2 interviewed 10,010 young people in year 11. The report provides:

  • statistics on different types of reported bullying
  • the results for pupils with different characteristics

Click here to view the full briefing.

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Focus on: Bullying and Mental Health

Anti-Bullying Alliance, December 2015

This briefing paper pulls together the latest findings, both in the UK and internationally, which show how involvement in school bullying, whether as a ‘victim’, ‘bully, or ‘bullyvictim’, is linked to poorer mental health outcomes throughout adolescence and into adulthood.

Click here to read the full report.

Peer victimisation during adolescence and its impact on depression in early adulthood: prospective cohort study in the United Kingdom

BMJ, 2 June 2015

This paper aims to investigate the strength of the association between victimisation by peers at age 13 years and depression at 18 years using a prospective cohort study of 6719 participants.

When using observational data it is impossible to be certain that associations are causal. However, the results of the study are consistent with the hypothesis that victimisation by peers in adolescence is associated with an increase in the risk of developing depression as an adult.

Click here to view the full text paper.