Violence against children is extensive and must be addressed to improve children’s health and well-being. Children are at risk of any form of violence like physical, psychological, sexual etc and is recognized risk factors for the development of stress, anxiety and depression among children. The types of violence that have been associated with adverse psychological impact include domestic violence, school violence and community violence. Children’s psycho physiological and behavioural functioning is significantly affected by exposure to violent environment. This study was aimed to assess the prevalence and impact of violence on children in terms of level of anxiety and stress among children exposure to violence.Quantitative research approach and descriptive research design was selected for this study. The present study was conducted among 100 school going children who were selected based on snowball sampling technique. A structured questionnaire was used to collect the data. The questionnaire consisted of part I, demographic characteristics and part II consisted of structured questions to assess the prevalence of violence exposure. Part III consisted of scale to assess the Stress and part IV consisted of scale to assess the Anxiety. Data analysis was performed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The findings of the study revealed that majority of the school going children had moderate level of Anxiety and 61.7% of school going children had moderate level of stress. It is suggested that the interventions should be carried out to reduce violence in the family, school and the community. It can be effective in the prevention of anxiety and stress among school going children.