Bully Prevention and Intervention Plan

Bullying Prevention and Intervention is part of Durham District School Board (DDSB) Safe Schools initiative. At Lord Elgin Public School, we believe bullying is a serious issue that can affect individuals, families and the community at large. If students who are bullied, who bully others, or who witness bullying receive support, they can learn effective strategies for interacting positively with others.

Report a bullying incident

Fill out an online bullying incident report if you experience or witness bullying.

Report Bullying

Students, parents, guardians, friends and witnesses can report incidents. You can report an incident that takes place on or off school property.

Lord Elgin Public School bully prevention plan

We are committed to fostering a safe, accepting and supportive learning environment that promotes well-being (i.e., cognitive, emotional, social, physical) and the academic achievement of all learners. We believe that this is achieved through a Whole School Approach. We will respond to any student behaviour that is likely to have a negative impact on the school climate and will investigate all reports of bullying. We will provide support to those affected by bullying, including those who engage in bullying.

DDSB bullying prevention information

We have created various resources for parents and educators to prevent bullying and cyberbullying within our schools:

Contact your school's Positive School Climates team if you need any of these documents translated into:

  • Arabic
  • Dari
  • Farsi
  • Chinese
  • Tamil
  • Urdu

Ministry of Education bullying information

The Ontario Ministry of Education provides schools and school boards as well as parents and families with a variety of resources to identify, prevent and support children who have been bullied or bully others.

Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network (PREVNet)

PREVNet's mission is to end bullying in Canada and promote safe and healthy relationships for all Canadian children. They provide resources for students, parents and teachers to address and prevent all forms of bullying.