am very sorry indeed to hear that you have been bullied on
of all, you must tell someone - a parent or family member,
a teacher, someone else you trust. If you are in Britain,
the 24 hour Childline Number is 0800 1111, and they could
help you talk it through. This is a free service.
remember that IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT, sadly it happens
to hundreds and hundreds of young people. Do keep a diary
of what happens, so that when you tell the school you can
be sure of your facts. Do download the information sheet 'Let's
stop bullying - advice for young people' and look at page
Alness, Scotland, school staff, pupils, the police, the local
bus company and community members came together to create
an anti-bullying initiative, including bus monitors, which
cut down on bullying and vandalism on school buses - download
the paper by Lindsay Graham, Health Promoting Schools,
Highlands Anti-bullying - a school and community approach).
You might like to show it to people at home and at school
as an example of one scheme to tackle bullying and vandalism
on school buses that seems to work.
do hope this helps, and wishing you all the best,