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Key Stage 2 Under the Lens: Unveiling Bullying Realities in Catbalogan City

Volume: 151  ,  Issue: 1 , June    Published Date: 26 June 2024
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 97  ,  Download: 37 , Pages: 710 - 731    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001511620246877


# Author Name
1 Florivy Joy B. Sandajan


Bullying is a pervasive issue that can have severe consequences for students well-being and academic performance. To effectively address bullying, there is a need to conduct comprehensive understanding of its prevalence and the factors associated with it. In an effort to combat bullying in Catbalogan City schools, a study was conducted during the 2022-2023 school year to investigate its prevalence among key stage 2 students (likely Grades 3-6). Researcher sought a well-rounded perspective by gathering data from both students and teachers. The study aimed to understand the demographics of those involved (student and teacher profiles) and the overall extent of bullying as perceived by both groups. Interestingly, the findings revealed no significant difference in how students and teachers viewed the prevalence of bullying. Additionally, the research explored potential links between student bullying experiences and various factors such as student characteristics, teacher characteristics, problems arising from bullying, and proposed solutions. However, no statistically significant relationships were identified between these factors and bullying. While unexpected, these results provide a foundation for further exploration into bullying in Catbalogan City schools.


  • Bullying
  • Problem
  • Solution
  • Key Stage 2 Students
  • Personal Characteristics
  • Family Characteristics