Safe and Caring Schools

Links and Documents

Legislation

The Safe Schools Charter (Various Acts Amended)
https://web2.gov.mb.ca/laws/statutes/2004/c02404e.php

Safe School Advisory Committee
Safe Schools Regulation 77/2005, The Education Administration Act
http://web2.gov.mb.ca/laws/regs/current/_pdf-regs.php?reg=77/2005

Manitoba School Administrative Manual, 2014
http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/docs/policy/admin/school_admin.pdf


Manitoba Support Documents

Supporting Transgender and Gender Diverse Students in Manitoba Schools

Responding to Religious Diversity in Manitoba's Schools: A Guide for EducatorsSupporting Transgender and Gender Diverse Students in Manitoba Schools provides guidelines for ensuring that schools are safe, respectful and equitable places for transgender and gender diverse students while supporting their individual process.


Safe and Caring Schools: A Whole-School Approach to Planning for Safety and Belonging

Safe and Caring Schools: A Whole-School Approach to Planning for Safety and Belonging

Safe and Caring Schools: A Whole-School Approach to Planning for Safety and Belonging is based on current research and evidence-based practice in planning for and sustaining positive, healthy, and safe schools, and has been developed to:

  • apply a whole-school approach in planning for safety and response
  • provide steps to develop a safe and caring school plan
  • share tools, research, and resource links
  • support existing school and/or school division planning, initiatives, and expertise

Safe and Caring Schools: Taking Action Against Bullying

Safe and Caring Schools: Taking Action Against BullyingThe information in Safe and Caring Schools: Taking Action Against Bullying summarizes current Manitoba legislation and is intended to help adults who work in schools identify incidents of bullying and know what to report, how to report, and when to contact parents. This document will also inform parents of the requirement for schools to report bullying and to contact parents.


Provincial Code of Conduct

Provincial Code of Conduct (Adobe Icon 134 KB)
The Provincial Code of Conduct is a directive of the Minister and sets out appropriate disciplinary consequences and interventions that all schools are required to follow.


Safe and Caring Schools: Respect for Human Diversity Policies

(Revised 2015)

Safe and Caring Schools: Respect for Human Diversity PoliciesRespect for Human Diversity Policies: A Support Document for Manitoba School Divisions and Funded Independent Schools in Developing Human Diversity Policies–Part of Manitoba’s Anti-bullying Action Plan is intended to provide information to assist school divisions and funded independent schools to comply with new legislation and to develop a respect for human diversity policy, or to revise existing policy, as a tool toward ensuring all Manitoba students experience safe and inclusive schools.


Safe and Caring Schools: A Resource for Equity and Inclusion in Manitoba Schools (MB MYGSA)

Safe and Caring Schools – A Resource for Equity and Inclusion in Manitoba Schools

Manitoba Education and Training in collaboration with EGALE Canada developed and published Safe and Caring Schools – A Resource for Equity and Inclusion in Manitoba Schools (MB MYGSA). This document is a valuable tool for educators, students, and parents in working together to create more equitable and inclusive schools, especially with respect to diversity of sexuality and gender identity and expression.


Responding to Religious Diversity in Manitoba's Schools: A Guide for Educators

(Draft 2015)

Responding to Religious Diversity in Manitoba's Schools: A Guide for EducatorsResponding to Religious Diversity in Manitoba's Schools: A Guide for Educators (Draft 2015) is intended to serve as a resource for educators and schools seeking to respond to the needs of their religiously diverse students and community. The document provides a guide for welcoming religious diversity and providing accommodations in Manitoba schools.


Manitoba Provincial Report Tell Them From Me: Bullying and School Safety 2013/2014

Tell Them From Me: Bullying and School Safety 2013/2014The Manitoba Provincial Report: Tell Them From Me: Bullying and School Safety 2013/2014provides educators in the province with statistics on bullying and school safety. Also included is information regarding provincial anti-bullying initiatives and resources, as well as conclusions and next steps.


Safe Schools Manitoba
Safe Schools Manitoba logo

Safe Schools Manitoba is a partnership initiative where organizations are committed to working together to enhance the safety of Manitoba's schools and communities. Safe Schools Manitoba offers workshops, resources, and consultations to create greater awareness and understanding of the problems that impact on the safety of students in schools.


you're not alone – We're here to help with anything 24/7/365

Kids Help Phone posteryou're not alone – We're here to help with anything 24/7/365 (Adobe Icon 347 KB)
Manitoba Education and Training is pleased to present the Kids Help Phone poster you’re not alone—We’re here to help with anything 24/7/365 as part of a comprehensive anti-bullying action plan designed to help protect students and create a safe, inclusive environment.

Kids Help Phone is a community-based national organization that provides counselling, information, and support to young people. This poster will provide Kids Help Phone contact information to middle and senior years students who need help or support, including those who have been a target or a witness of bullying behavior.


For more information contact:

General Enquiries
Program and Student Services
Manitoba Education and Training
Telephone:
204-945-7907
Toll Free in Manitoba: 1-800-282-8069, ext. 7907
Email:
pssbinfo@gov.mb.ca