My school is participation in a city project to improve physical and mental health of children from grades one to six. My school has recieved funding to develop classroom and school community projects that will improve the physical and mental health of students in our school community.
It will give us fact based evidence to develop projects that will be effective in addressing student physical and mental health challenges and needs.
It supports the improvement of youth health and well-being in schools and communities
The 2017-2018 Learning Bar school survey report at our school shows that 30% of students from grades 4-8 lhave experienced bullying and anxiety.
What programs and /or strategies have other schools ion sk implemented to help primary students express their feelings and emotions to develop positive self-esteem?
Is there data / statistics for K- grade 8 students in Saskatchewan who have reported experiencing bullying and anxiety at school?
Where and what types of bullying were reported?
The project will start October 15 and the end date is June 30th 2019.
This is a school staff initiative specific to the city of North Battleford and École Père Mercure, Conseils des écoles fransaskoises.
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