By The Newsroom: March 25, 2018 10:00:00A study by British think tank the Centre for Economic Performance found that in 2019, more than a quarter of the 6,600 children who visited Hufflepuffs nursery visited by local children and young people (L&Y) were being bullied.
It also found that those who visited the nursery were being treated with hostility by staff and were often ignored by parents and teachers.
It comes after the launch of a new Hufflepotts programme that aims to reduce the bullying of young people and their families.
It is the second time in three years that Hufflepots nursery has been targeted by a bullying campaign.
The first was in the summer of 2017, when a group of young children began to vandalise the nursery and vandalise vehicles outside the nursery, damaging the paintwork.
Hufflepots nursery was not only the target of a campaign, but also the centre of a child abuse ring that included a number of high profile figures, including Lord Sugar, the head of the National Trust.