IN the 1993-94 school year the number of bullying cases in secondary schools was 326 while those in primary schools was 260. This figure represented 0.05 per cent of primary school pupils and 0.07 per cent of secondary school students, said Secretary for Education and Manpower Michael Leung Man-kin. Mr Leung was replying to the Legislative Council following a query on the extent of bullying in schools in the territory. He said the Education Department conducts an annual survey on discipline and behaviour problems in schools. In the survey, all schools are required to report to the department details of disciplinary cases, including bullying cases. The Board of Education's Advisory Committee on School Guidance and Support Services monitors the survey results and advises the department on measures to be taken. Schools are encouraged to adopt the whole school approach on matters of guidance and discipline with all teachers playing a part in helping pupils to resolve their problems.