I'm Peter and I'm 17 years-old. In my spare time I like horse riding and playing on my computer.
When I went to my old school I got bullied really badly. I got bullied at break times by other children at school. They would call me names, spit at me and throw stones and bottles at me.
The bullying made me feel very angry and sad. The bullying stopped me going out at home, so I lost all my mates. I don't have any mates any more, so I don't play out any more.
I told my teachers at school and they said that I had special needs so I should get used to it as I would be bullied all my life. They also told me to stop playing out at break times then I would not get bullied.
The bullying carried on until my mum and dad found out and then I moved schools.
I want adults to stop the bullies. And I want people to listen to us when we tell them what's happening.
I told my teachers at school and they said that I had special needs so I should get used to it as I would be bullied all my life.
Find out about Mencap's campaign to stop the bullying of children with a learning disability.