Toronto District School Board

Bullying

The TDSB is a leader in bullying prevention and intervention and we are committed to creating school learning environments that are caring, safe, peaceful, nurturing, positive and respectful.

Bullying Prevention & Intervention is integrated throughout our schools. For more information please visit our Caring and Safe Schools website and information on Gender-Based Violence Prevention.

To help achieve positive school environments, the TDSB has a number of prevention programs and caring and safe schools initiatives. To learn more, please read about the prevention programs we offer.

If you or your child are being bullied please speak to your principal or refer to our Parent Concern Protocol to find out who to speak too about support.

Ontario has designated the week beginning on the third Sunday of November as Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week to help promote safe schools and a positive learning environment.



During this week, our students, staff and parents work together create learning environments that are caring, safe, peaceful, nurturing, positive, and respectful where all students are able to reach their full potential.



Promoting caring, safe and accepting spaces is an important priority of the TDSB. In 2013, the Board adopted comprehensive procedures aimed at establishing a framework to enable, support and maintain a positive school climate.  To learn more please read our P.051 Caring and Safe Schools and our procedures PR 702: Progressive Discipline and Promoting Positive Student Behaviour and PR 703 Bullying Prevention and Intervention.

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