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Newsletters About Bullying
Region of Waterloo Public Health nurses developed series of newsletters for elementary school staff and for parents.
The newsletters for school staff contain the latest information on topics related to bullying prevention and tips on how to prevent, identify, and address bullying in elementary schools. The parent-oriented newsletters may be offered by school staff to parents who may benefit from the information.
All newsletters may be copied and used in full with acknowledgement to Region of Waterloo Public Health.
For educators who want information and resources to share with children and youth, or who want more specific research about bullying, the following websites can be very helpful.
This easy-to-use website is aimed at children and youth. Its information is divided into the “8 and under”, “9 to 12” and “13 and up” age groups, but it has resources that parents and caregivers can use as well. From the resource page, click on the “More Links” tab where you can find a long list of web pages and a description of what they offer.
Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence (www.prevnet.ca)
This website is for many audiences: children and youth, parents, educators, health professionals, media, public and private organizations, and members of communities throughout Canada.
Its information comes from researchers who are being funded to study bullying and then share strategies that have been found to work in preventing or stopping bullying. The website has many excellent resources that can be downloaded here.