Bullying is when someone intimidates or causes harm to another person on purpose.

Cyberbullying or bullying online is another type of bullying.

The cyberbully spreads his negative and offensive messages, uploads photos, insults, does body shaming, stalks and menaces his victim through the use of the socials, internet, phones and computers. Cyberbullying is worse than physical bullying. The bully is anonymous and you cannot feel safe neither at home nor with your friends because internet reaches you everywhere

There are many negative effects of bullying and cyberbullying like sadness, fear and lonelyness.

Sometimes the victims are depressed and think about suicide.

But you can do many things to fight them.

You can ignore the SMS, you can talk to adults and you never have to delete SMS but it’s better to call the police.

Bullying and cyberbullying are current problems and many films have addressed these issues to raise awareness.

I saw “Wonder”, the story of August “Auggie” Pullman, a 10-years-old boy born with a facial deformation due to a rare disease, Treacher Collins Syndrome.

Forced to study at home for many years due to numerous facial surgeries, he begins attending the sixth grade in a public school.

Bullied by some of his classmates, he manages to go forward with courage and become friends with everyone.

After a year, made up of difficult but also fun moments, Auggie and his classmates understand the true values ​​of friendship, respect, diversity, integration, courage and kindness.

The film ends with an ever-present teaching:

“Be kind because we all fight a tough battle. And if you really want to see what people are like, all you have to do is look “.

Let’s fight bullying together!

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Elena Attennante


II B – Furci Siculo


My trip in Malta gave me very good feelings! First of all, the school environment was very nice, and the teachers were.  very gentle and

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