Source: BBC News
Almost a quarter of young people have been bullied because of their religion, a charity report says.
Beatbullying said it had encountered a disturbing level of religious segregation and intolerance among the children it had studied.
Chief executive Emma-Jane Cross said that schools were cultivating "at best a lack of understanding and at worst a lack of tolerance of other faiths".
The survey was based on 800 under-18s who visited the charity's website.
It was published to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week.
Some 23% said they been bullied because of their faith, while 9% said they had been singled out for wearing religious symbols.