Safe Schools Manitoba is a partnership initiative of organizations committed to working together to enhance the safety of Manitoba's schools and communities.
What is Safe Schools Manitoba?
Message from Safe Schools Manitoba
Students throughout the province headed back to school with anticipation For most young people this was a positive experience; unfortunately for others, feelings of anxiety and fear as a result of bullying re-emerged. Bullying prevention is everyone’s responsibility – government, educators, parents, students and members of the broader community contribute to the safety of schools. When there is a long-term commitment, we can make a difference and all young people will thrive. Read more.
Understanding & Responding to Bullying: A Guide for Parents
Bullying is defined as a repeated assertion of power with intention to do harm. It can take many forms – physical, verbal, social and electronic Working in partnership with schools, parents can play an important role in making sure that all children feel respected, included and safe.
A Guide for Parents identifies what to watch for, what you can do, and where you can go to get help.
Safe and Caring Schools 2015 Conference: Students at the Centre
The Canadian Safe Schools Network, in partnership with Safe Schools Manitoba, is hosting a one-day conference at the Victoria Inn in Winnipeg on February 9, 2015. This year’s conference will include panel discussions and interactive workshops on practical strategies, and evidence based approaches to help educators in metro, rural and northern divisions promote safe schools. Educators throughout the province will have the opportunity to showcase model and promising programs that are being implemented in their schools.