I've been having trouble with girls in my class in Year 6 for a long time and I'm worried it's going to get worse when we all move up to secondary school. I'm also afraid I'm going to get new bullies on to me too.
It's natural to be worried and nervous about changing school because it can seem like a big step but your mum and dad can help you out with this.
They can contact the head of the first year at your new school in the term before you start there and explain your concerns. Most schools don't want you to have a bad start to your new school life so they may be happy to make sure that you're not in the same form as the bullies.
When term begins it may seem strange at first but everyone else will be new too. Try to invite as many new people home as you can so that you get the chance to make lots of new friends. Join a few clubs and societies if you can too because that's another way of making friends.
Bullies usually target people they know so it would be unlucky for you to be bullied by someone older who was a stranger but if you're worried about this then stay in busy areas of school where there are plenty of other people.