Tag Archives: Bullying

NANYANG KINDERGARTEN FAILS TO PROTECT CHILD FROM BULLYING, TELLS PARENT TO WITHDRAW FROM SCHOOL FOR SPEAKING UP

We have received an email from an unhappy parent who says that her child was bullied while attending Nanyang Kindergarten. According to this parent, the educators at the school did not act to protect the child and even allowed the bullies to get away with their misdeeds. Our reader also says that the school's authorities also made snide comments about their non-Chinese home "environment" and eventually forced all her children to leave the school after she spoke out against the school board.

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SCHOOL BULLYING CAN ONLY BE STOPPED WITH VIOLENCE?

When I was being bullied in secondary school, the bullying started with badmouthing and sometimes slaps to the back of my head. Now, at that point, with the slapping for example, I could have retaliated with a few slaps of my own. No biggie, right? Someone throws a slap, you return with a harder one and that's that.

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AUNT OF DECEASED SPECTRA STUDENT: SHE WAS BEING BULLIED BY A BOY IN SCHOOL

In a shocking revelation to the press, Ms Ross revealed that her niece was being bullied by a boy in school, who had been picking on her, calling her names and showering her with vulgarities for over a year. The family came to know that the boy had issued a "dare" to Shina before she attempted her fatal stunt, although they could not be sure whether the boy had dared her to attempt the jump.

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NETIZENS SPECULATE 14 YEAR OLD SPECTRA SECONDARY DEATH MAY BE LINKED TO BULLYING

Shortly after news broke about the tragic death of a 14 year-old female student on the grounds of Spectra Secondary School in Woodlands, a netizen who lives in the vicinity of the school has come forward with shocking revelations about the bullying behavior of some students at the school. According to the netizen, Spectra students had on numerous occasions bullied their fellow Spectra students in public places while still wearing their school uniforms.

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POLICE INVESTIGATING FATHER WHO SLAPPED DAUGHTER’S ALLEGED BULLY

When 9 year-old Muhammad Azief Rashdyn was singled out by his female classmate for bullying her, he did not expect to receive a tight slap across his face from her angry father in front of his whole class. After the slap, the boy wet his pants and had a visible mark on his left cheek. The teacher quickly intervened, preventing the man from coming into further contact with Azief. She demanded that the enraged parent leave immediately and called on her students to get help.

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SHUQUN SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL “ROTATED”, GOES FOR FURTHER STUDIES

In a press release today, the Ministry of Education (MOE) has announced that it will be replacing Shuqun Secondary School principal Mr Chia Hai Siang with effect from Thursday (8th Oct). Mr N Sivarajan, the current vice-principal of Northland Secondary School will take over as principal-designate and will be officially take over as principal on January 2016. Shuqun Secondary School gained online infamy when a video taken in one of its classrooms showed a student bullying 2 others. The video was featured on A.S.S. Facebook page.

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BULLIED SHUQUN STUDENTS ENDURED BULLYING FOR A LONG TIME

Fresh revelations from the Shuqun Secondary School bullying case suggests that that the 2 students who were at the receiving end of the bullying have been silently enduring the bully's actions for a long time. According to the 38 year-old aunt of one of the boys in the video, this was not the first time her nephew had been bullied by the same boy. The aunt, who declined to be named, added that if not for the video, the bullying would have gone unnoticed.

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WHY ARE THE POLICE NOT TAKING ACTION AGAINST THE CAUCASIAN BULLY?

At the same time, I am curious about the part where the ang moh and Mr Elfy alighted at the Ang Mo Kio Station (ironic?) and approached some Special Operations Command police officers. Why didn't the police arrest the ang moh man for threatening the safety of other passengers? And why did they refuse to look at the video footage that Mr Elfy and his girlfriend recorded? Obviously the ang moh man was a threat, so why didn't they put him aside for a while? Instead, they let the still angry ang moh board the same train as Mr Elfy and his girlfriend? What if the ang moh man tried to beat up Mr Elfy and his girlfriend? Did the police even think of that before they decided to let him go free?

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