Bullying Survey Fall 2015 The Bullying Survey Recently

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Bullying Survey Fall 2015

Bullying Survey Fall 2015

The Bullying Survey • Recently you completed a bullying survey. • We are going

The Bullying Survey • Recently you completed a bullying survey. • We are going to look at some of the results of the survey. YOUR TASK: to plan and construct a door decoration that illustrates our commitment to be a Bully Free Zone and to follow our Timberwolf Core Values

Core Values of a Timberwolf • Compassion • Respect • Integrity • Responsibility

Core Values of a Timberwolf • Compassion • Respect • Integrity • Responsibility

Quick - Define • Compassion • Respect • Integrity • Responsibility

Quick - Define • Compassion • Respect • Integrity • Responsibility

Core Values If we are people who show • Compassion • Respect • Integrity

Core Values If we are people who show • Compassion • Respect • Integrity • Responsibility Then we cannot bully each other

Spring Climate Survey • Every spring we conduct a climate survey, which is completed

Spring Climate Survey • Every spring we conduct a climate survey, which is completed by students, teachers and parents. • The student survey asks about bullying. • Last spring, 70% of students said that Bullying is Not a Problem at Cedar Heights. • 30% said Bullying is a Problem • This percentage hasn’t changed from last year

TURN AND TALK • Safe Place – Yes – 68% • Bullying is a

TURN AND TALK • Safe Place – Yes – 68% • Bullying is a problem – Yes – 30% – No – 70% • What do those two statistics have in common?

What is Bullying?

What is Bullying?

Bullying is …. • Unwanted aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power

Bullying is …. • Unwanted aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance OR • Making threats or spreading rumors OR • Attacking someone physically or verbally OR • Excluding someone from a group on purpose AND • It’s repeated over time

Fall Survey: Have you been bullied in the past 6 months? YES - 22%

Fall Survey: Have you been bullied in the past 6 months? YES - 22% NO - 77% What does this mean? In a classroom of 30, about 6 -7 kids have been bullied.

Comparing Climate & Bullying Surveys Spring Climate Survey: • 70% not a problem •

Comparing Climate & Bullying Surveys Spring Climate Survey: • 70% not a problem • 30% is a problem Fall Bullying Survey: • 77% have not been bullied • 22% have been bullied

How are kids bullied at Cedar Heights? 22% said they have been bullied in

How are kids bullied at Cedar Heights? 22% said they have been bullied in the past 6 months. They report that: • • • 60% of bullying is name calling and teasing 25% is cyberbullying (text messages, Facebook, etc. ) 33% is exclusion 20% is physical – hitting, kicking, pushing 15% is having things taken from them Students could choose more than 1 answer for this question.

Have you ever bullied someone? 8% said they have bullied people. In a classroom

Have you ever bullied someone? 8% said they have bullied people. In a classroom of 30, 2 -3 kids have bullied someone. Have you seen others being bullied? 52% said they have witnessed bullying.

What do you do when you see bullying? 33% said they try to stop

What do you do when you see bullying? 33% said they try to stop the bully and help the target, or they ask for help from an adult. 22% said they asked for help from an adult. 24%, said they do nothing when they see bullying.

What do adults do when they see bullying? 83% said adults stop the bullying

What do adults do when they see bullying? 83% said adults stop the bullying and either solve the problem or tell students to leave – which is down 10% from last year.

What can adults do to help stop bullying? 26% suggest better supervision 30% suggest

What can adults do to help stop bullying? 26% suggest better supervision 30% suggest helping students work problems out 13% want more rules about bullying 11% suggest talking more about bullying prevention in classes.

 • Discuss as a class the question: What can kids do to make

• Discuss as a class the question: What can kids do to make Cedar Heights a Bully Free Zone?

Your TASK: • to plan and construct a door decoration that illustrates our commitment

Your TASK: • to plan and construct a door decoration that illustrates our commitment to be a Bully Free Zone and to follow our Timberwolf Core Values

Possible Themes • Core Values • Be Nice • Random Acts of Kindness •

Possible Themes • Core Values • Be Nice • Random Acts of Kindness • Chalkboard messages • Big Elephant/Little Elephant

Bully Free Zone Door Decorating • Door construction will take place over the next

Bully Free Zone Door Decorating • Door construction will take place over the next several Den Times • Doors are to be done 10/28 at the end of Den Time. • The top 3 designs will receive a doughnut party