Frequent unexplained bruises, cuts, or injuries on your child's body.
Sudden, noticeable changes in your child's mood, such as increased irritability, anxiety, or signs of depression.
A sudden drop in grades or a decline in academic performance and interest in school.
Complaining of physical ailments like headaches or stomachaches, often as a way to avoid going to school.
Becoming increasingly isolated from peers and avoiding social activities they once enjoyed.
A noticeable change in eating habits, which could include either overeating or under-eating.
Difficulty falling asleep, frequent nightmares, or night waking.
Frequent reports of lost or damaged belongings, such as school supplies or personal items.
Strong resistance or refusal to go to school, often accompanied by extreme anxiety.
A sudden withdrawal from family, friends, or previously enjoyed activities as a result of bullying-related stress.