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Saskatchewan's Action Plan to Address Bullying and Cyberbullying is the roadmap that guides the government's work to end bullying. More than 1,000 students, teachers, parents and community members throughout our province contributed to the plan by sharing their thoughts about the effects of bullying.

Bullying can be:

  • Verbal: usually involving taunts, name-calling, put-downs, slurs, offensive gestures, incessant mocking, threats, intimidation, and laughing at someone else’s expense;
  • Social: excluding, ganging up, ridiculing, gossiping, spreading rumours, extortion or stealing of money and possessions;
  • Physical: involving physical harm often from kicking, punching, hair pulling, pinching, and pushing;
  • Sexual: involving unwanted physical contact or sexually inappropriate comments; and
  • Cyber: using a computer or other technology to forward or spread hurtful messages and/or images.

Whatever form bullying takes, it is not “just something kids have to go through”. It needs to be reported and addressed.

It can happen anywhere:

  • In the community;
  • At school;
  • In the park;
  • On the street;
  • At a friend’s house;
  • On a sports team; or
  • In a club.

Getting help

You are not alone. Others will stand with you to stop bullying.

There are people in your life who will understand and help. Tell them what you need.

If you are bullied, or if you see bullying, you can also:

  • ignore the bully or tell him/her to stop;
  • walk away and tell a trusted adult;
  • tell your family;
  • avoid being alone with the bully; and
  • report the bullying using the Report Bullying Saskatchewan Student Online Reporting Tool available through the Be Kind Online website.


The Ministry of Education has partnered with SaskTel's Be Kind Online initiative to stop the activities of bullying and cyber-bullying. This is done through awareness and education around cyber safety, the effects of bullying, and supporting youth-led initiatives.

Resources are available to support educators, families and youth in the following categories:

Leadership opportunities are available for youth to influence positive social change in their schools, communities and online through small grants of up to $1,000 each for youth-led initiatives to address bullying and promote healthy relationships.

In Saskatchewan, the Comprehensive School Community Health approach addresses health and safety issues of children and youth. This approach engages schools, families, and community partners to improve student achievement and well-being.

Bullying Prevention Model

Resources are available to support teachers and administrators address concerns with bullying in schools. The Caring and Respectful Schools Bullying Prevention Model is available to schools and school divisions.

This manual explains the Bullying Prevention Model by:

  • Providing an outline on the rights of children and youth;
  • Describing the different forms of bullying; and,
  • Explaining how to appropriately handle instances of bullying.

Learn more about bullying, available resources and Saskatchewan's Action Plan to Address Bullying and Cyberbullying.

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