Illegal to bring guns to school. Knives or Tasers would be much better, though probably a bad idea still. I'd say just get away from them. Since no one appears to be willing to help, just get away from them. They (may) just get bored and pick on someone else. Then again, what do I know...
Firstly dont skip school. Ever. The bullies wont quit then, Your gonna have to go back sometime. If one grabs you dont pull away. go with the force they are using on you. Their own strength will make them move backawards if you dont resist. It will also get you in close where if your both moving a little trip will have your attacker falling. Once the guy is on the ground give him a few kicks. DONT kick his head in in anger! That will make you the Geek that turned killer! Dont be scared. Violence is a part of human behaviour. Its natural for children to fight, all young mamals do it. Take it in your stride!
Fighting dirty is a good idea if your small. Use speed and hit balls, the lower ribs, the solar plexus (the dent in the chest) thats probably where they hit you to make you winded (cant breathe). If you have the back hit the lower spine. Its shocking how a pulled punch can hurt so much here.
If they do gang up as a group back into a wall if they grab your arms kick their knees. If they grab your shirt grab a wrist with one hand and one of their fingers with the other. Pull and push to hurt the finger.
I could go on all day...If your parents allow try learning Ju-Jitsu. I used to teach it. These are simple techniques but you could learn a whole lot more and grow as a person. Some tutors wont teach minors Ju-jitsu...You could start with aikido. Its nicer but the same rules apply.
I dont condone learning martial arts from a book but if you do start training id read "Small circle ju-jitsu" . "The Tao of Jeet kune do" by the famous Bruce lee and possibly "the art of war" (the best way to avoid defeat and win a victory over a superior army is not to fight at all). Hes saying dont run away but give them the runaround.
Good luck and do not shoot or stab anyone! (Unless they try to shoot or stab you first...Then its SELF DEFENCE)
Oh I forgot the main rules of self defence. Minimise your damage and maximise theirs. This means if they are on top of you cover up and look for a way out. A lttle example....Guy is on you punching your head in. Cover up. Do a crunch. maybe give him a headbut. Keep one arm behind his neck and just keep hitting with the other...Hell try to stop you. be ready and use his weight against him.
You sure seem to know how to deal with fights... That's great!
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A few fighting techniques, never underuse arm twists, punch coming from the side, usually you would dodge back and grab the arm or under and grab it, twist and so on, there's also some pressure points in the left and right of the neck, between the pointer finger and thumb in that bunch of skin, dig your thumb into the inner wrist to loosen grips, or grab hair pull as hard as you can, or ears, or lips, or... Jsut about any part really, maybe get behind em and tackle the back of their shins, I wouldn't suggest that... I got a dozen of these. But what I would do, stay in a group, no matter what, if you have to go to the bathroom, be quick and get back into a group quickly, staying together works with zombies, animals, and it will work with bullies. Also more on fighting... Whats your age or size difference in years or feet or both?
Stay in crowded hallways, never get hall passes for the bathroom or anything, and stay in places around teacher.
Don't take the bus unless you live really far from the school.
Go home with a couple friends, or have your parents pick you up (I know, sorta little kiddish, but it's safer).
Always be prepared to put up with a beating. But don't just let them beat you, attempt to fight back.
And, report the kids.
I think this guy is past needing any advice. Seeing as this was posted a month ago I imagine this situation has worn itself out by now; that and he hasn't posted recently asking for help still. As for this guy:....
M8 I have taught this stuff.. Pressure points can be hard to find in a combat situation. Ive studied Kyusho-Jitsu. When tried in a full combat dynamic, its very hard to carry off in a full pressure situation.
Yeah, sure you have buddy... Cool story bro.
Studying things on youtube isn't the same as actually using said techniques thousands of times in a sparring environment. It's better than nothing sure, but it's not the same as actually having hands on experience. Pressure points are not all that hard to find in a real fight provided you've trained to the point of it being a reflex (Believe me, I know) and even if you haven't you're still capable of hitting someone in the throat. The best advice you could have given him was to just punch them in the throat, he may not be strong enough to knock someone out but a small girl can drop an adult man by hitting them in the windpipe. Plus it's funny to watch them gag for air. =)
If they look like they are about to try and hurt you, run somewhere that you know a teacher is in, they'll most likely follow you. Once you get there, move into a position where they aren't facing the teacher and keep backing away. Either the teacher will see them advancing on you or you could shout for help. I did this with some bullies at my school and it worked. Note: Bullies will wait until you forget about what they did to you, then come and attack again.
IF you ever taught anyone anything then you weren't taught very well yourself, as seen above in your suggestions. Again IF you had ever been in a cage fight then you wouldn't have said that punching someone mid jaw will knock them out as most of the time it doesn't; especially if this person has been punched before.
I could be wrong, you may have taken some classes, had a mentor or two and or been self taught, then taught your little brother or something. But I'm still gonna go with "sure... whatever you say boss." on this one. Don't take it personally, it's just an educated assumption.