Resources

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.

Cyberbullying

2016-17 Student First Anti-Bullying Forum

 

The Ministry of Education is highlighting previously archived bullying prevention resources, now available in PDF format, from the 2016-17 Student First Anti-Bullying Forum – Our School Includes Everyone. The ministry hosted the forum as part of Saskatchewan’s Action Plan to Address Bullying and Cyberbullying.

2016-17 Student First Anti-bullying Forum Package

211 Saskatchewan

211 is a three-digit phone number and website that provides information to community services in Saskatchewan.

http://sk.211.ca/
211

A Guide for Trusted Adults

A Guide for Trusted Adults prepares all the adults young women turn to when they need help when they have problems online. It includes information about the issues girls and young women face, conversation-starters, ways to support and advocate for them and information on legal issues that can affect girls’ online lives.

http://mediasmarts.ca/teacher-resources/guide-trusted-adults
A guide for trusted adults

BroTalk

Part of Kids Help Phone, BroTalk supports male and male-identifying youth with the support they need.

https://kidshelpphone.ca/basic-page/brotalk

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.

http://suicideprevention.ca/thinking-about-suicide/find-a-crisis-centre/saskatchewan-crisis-centres/
306-525-5333

Canadian Centre for Child Protection

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection offer a number of programs, services and resources for Canadians to help protect children and reduce their risk of victimization.

Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Canadian Legal Consequences of Cyberbullying

This page provides an overview of Canadian cyberbullying laws including federal cyberbullying legislation, other laws related to cyberbullying, links to provincial laws related to cyberbullying and other federal government resources to learn more about the law.

Canadian Legal Consequences of Cyberbullying

Common Sense Media

The website contains resources to incorporate digital citizenship education into the classroom including lesson plans, videos and interactive assessments to measure student understanding of digital citizenship and digital literacy concepts.

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum

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.

Comprehensive School Community Health

Cybertip

Operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Cybertip.ca’s mandate is to protect children from online sexual exploitation.

https://www.cybertip.ca/app/en/report
1-866-658-9022