Guard yourself against the effects of bullying and cyberbullying with these resources. Learn ways to stay safer online, find assistance for those in need (yourself or others), or simply get educated on how to be a better advocate for inclusion.
We’ve got the tools for everyone, from kids to teens, teachers to parents.
sâkîyıso: understanding and building healthy relationships
Understanding and Building Healthy Relationships uses Cree/Nêhiyaw cultural knowledge to support the development of healthy relationships amongst peers, dating partners, family and community. Learn More
Canadian Association For Suicide Prevention
The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) provides information and resources to communities to reduce the suicide rate and minimize the risk of suicide contagion.
Canadian Red Cross
The Canadian Red Cross shares information and suggestions to prevent and deal with bullying, cyberbullying, harassment and relationship violence.
Comprehensive School Community Health
In Saskatchewan, health and safety of children and youth is addressed through a Comprehensive School Community Health (CSCH) approach. This approach encourages schools, families and community partners to work together to improve the student achievement and well-being.
Literature to Promote Social-Emotional Development in Preschool Aged Children
A resource for educators and families of preschool aged children of children's literature to promote social-emotional development in preschool aged children.
PREVNET provides information about what teens need to know and what they can do if they are a bully, if they are bullied, or if they witness bullying. This site also helps young people understand the difference between teasing and bullying.
Restorative Action Program
The Restorative Action Program (RAP) is a community driven initiative that deals with bullying and conflict in Saskatoon high schools. Download the RAP information package to use school-based restorative justice approaches in your school.
Rick Hansen School Toolkit
The Rick Hansen School Toolkit is a set of free resources for administrators, teachers and students designed to increase disability awareness, access and inclusion; and empower young people to make a difference in their school, community and the world. The resources support Saskatchewan curriculum as well as key skills such as leadership, teamwork, communication and inquiry.