Learning In Safe     Schools“All Children Belong!”                 Marilyn Caldwell                 November 2, 2012
Current PractisesPro Active   Tribes   Second Step   Roots of Empathy   Aboriginal Language and Culture   Positive Ac...
Current PracticesReactive Enhanced Codes of Conduct Board Policies Restorative Practises School Wide Responses  - Asse...
10 Point Strategy        ERASEExpect Respect and a Safe        Education
 A five-year, multi-level training program for education  and community partners to help them proactively identify  and a...
 Dedicated safe school co-ordinators in every school  district – January 2013         Marilyn Caldwell. Rose Mackenzie, L...
 Provincial guidelines for threat assessments.         Coming from the Ministry of Education On line materials for paren...
 Formal protocols to guide and co-ordinate the  work of school and community partners    Tri ministerial protocols on:  ...
 A provincial advisory committee with  representatives from police, school and social  agency partners. Anti-bullying an...
 Focusing one of the existing six provincial  teacher professional development days on anti-  bullying.      Today!
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Learning in Safe Schools- All Children Belong

  1. 1. Learning In Safe Schools“All Children Belong!” Marilyn Caldwell November 2, 2012
  2. 2. Current PractisesPro Active Tribes Second Step Roots of Empathy Aboriginal Language and Culture Positive Action Counselling Diversity Clubs Focus on Bullying Vancouver Coastal Health
  3. 3. Current PracticesReactive Enhanced Codes of Conduct Board Policies Restorative Practises School Wide Responses - Assemblies - Theme Days
  4. 4. 10 Point Strategy ERASEExpect Respect and a Safe Education
  5. 5.  A five-year, multi-level training program for education and community partners to help them proactively identify and address threats. Spring 2013 Preventing One day session for elementary Bullying1 teacher/1 admin from each school Basic Risk 2 day training sessions Assessment 2 reps from each mid/high school Admin/Counsellor/Community members New online tools, including a Smartphone app, for kids to report bullying anonymously. Available before Winter Break We already have www.psstworld.com
  6. 6.  Dedicated safe school co-ordinators in every school district – January 2013 Marilyn Caldwell. Rose Mackenzie, Lisa McCullough Stronger codes of conduct for schools Done 2012
  7. 7.  Provincial guidelines for threat assessments. Coming from the Ministry of Education On line materials for parents Coming from the Ministry of Education
  8. 8.  Formal protocols to guide and co-ordinate the work of school and community partners Tri ministerial protocols on: Child Abuse Risk Assessment Suicide Postvention Threat Assessment (Spring 2013)
  9. 9.  A provincial advisory committee with representatives from police, school and social agency partners. Anti-bullying and threat assessment training for pre-service teachers: Universities
  10. 10.  Focusing one of the existing six provincial teacher professional development days on anti- bullying.  Today!

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