National Bullying Prevention Week

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2021 DateNovember 21, 2021
2022 DateNovember 20, 2022
National Bullying Prevention Week

National Bullying Prevention Week History

National Bullying Prevention Week seeks to raise awareness about bullying. This day aims to promote a safe learning environment for all students. It hopes to encourage parents, educators, and staff to learn more about the signs of bullying so that they may better recognize and prevent it.

National Bullying Prevention Week was first recognized in 2010 by the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. This week is observed annually starting the third Sunday of November.

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National Bullying Prevention Week Facts

  • According to the Canadian Red Cross, out of 35 countries Canada had the 9th highest rate of bullying among 13 year olds.
  • Over half of bullied children do not report being bullied to a teacher.
  • According to the Canadian Institute of Health Research, the most common form of cyber-bullying involved threatening or aggressive e-mails or instant messages.

National Bullying Prevention Week Top Events and Things to Do

  • Speak to your friends or family about bullying. Offer your support and let them know you are there for them.
  • Browse or take school climate surveys to gauge how well bullying is handled in your community.
  • Watch anti-bullying videos and learn how to recognize signs of bullying. Learn how to prevent it and take a stand.

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