Little is known about the levels of bully/victim behaviors in schools in Serbia and the aim of the present study was to overview of the extent of bullying in Serbia primary school. Data were collected as part of the school without violence project created by UNICEF. The ultimate goal of the project is to support development of the enabling and stimulative school environment and safe conditions for children learning and development. This study examined the prevalence of being bullied and bullying others among 26947 elementary school children through out Serbia. As part of the larger survey, five questions were asked relating to experience of bullying behaviors and being a victim of such behaviors. The findings suggests that the incidence of school bullying in Serbia is quite high – 67% of children experienced in last three months some form of bulling and 24% of children experienced repeated form of bulling. The most common forms of bulling in schools were name calling (33%), hitting (31%), threatening (21%). Our date point on the need for Increase the awareness of everyone at school toward bullying problems. After identification of a problem next steps should be on the intervention in a timely manner with clear and consistent consequences for the child who is bullying and with support and protection for the child who is being bullied.