BULLIED school kids will get to decide how their tormentors are punished, as part of a package of measures being unveiled today.

Ideas include letting victims choose whether yobs should get detention, extra homework or litter patrol duty.

Schools Secretary Ed Balls ordered action after a third of pupils aged 12 to 15 admitted being bullied via mobile phones, emails and the internet.

Leaflets and a short film will advise teachers, parents and pupils how to beat the huge rise in cyber-bullying.

There will also be an online campaign — called “Laugh at it and you’re a part of it” — on teen websites.

And teachers will get support from older pupils acting as peer mentors.