My 11 year old sister is constantly bullied in school and has been her whole life. She’s overweight and socially awkward so that contributes to it. She’s so so strong that she just deals with it but I know she dreads seeing those people in the hallways and going to the classes they’re in. She…
My advice would be to look at the things you enjoy and wholeheartedly throw yourself into them. Being in my school choir really helped me through school. I had a lot of nasty stuff aimed at me, and I was a rare case of a girl being systematically picked on by boys. I wasn’t ugly, but I was told that I was constantly. They made me feel disgusting and useless, but knowing that once a week I would work towards perfecting something with a group of people with a common aim was a really big solace. Keeping a diary also helps you to stop internalising things and reading it back gives you perspective. Most of all, know that in time it will pass. Do not learn to live a guarded life or, when it all collapses in on you, you will become a highly dysfunctional adult who can barely cope with the the world.
Horrible though this is, her family needs to keep an eye out for self-harm, eating disorders and reclusiveness because these are all indications that further action needs to be taken.
If there is anything I can do to help, let me know.