Adapted from bullyingcanada.ca; thebullyproject.com;
and The Vancouver Sun by Nila Gopaul
Bullying happens when a person or people
hurt or scare another person,
again and again.
Bullying is wrong.
Bullies want to make a person feel small and powerless.
Here are four examples of bullying:
1. Verbal bullying such as
gossiping and name-calling
2. Social bullying such as
not letting someone join a group
3. Physical bullying such as
hitting, and stealing or destroying a person’s things
4. Cyber bullying such as
text messaging or using the Internet
to make fun of people
or to spread stories about them
Read the PDF
Visit the links
- For more information, download “Keeping Kids Safe – A Guide for Parents of Students in Grades K-12 “.
The brochure is available in several languages.
Read the Westcoast Reader article, “A pink shirt”