Creating Safe and Inclusive School Communities

Creating Safe and Inclusive School Communities

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Join us for this 1.5 hour virtual workshop for the parents and caregivers of Huron Park Public School Students.

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Caregivers play a vital role in the development of safe school communities and are the most important influence in a child's life outside of school. Caregivers play a key role in student success through the attitudes they help shape and the support they provide.

Join Harmony Movement for this 1.5-hour workshop to discuss the current challenges parents are facing in creating a safe school community at Huron Park PS. Learn more about equity and diversity in your school and work together to start to identify ways parents/caregivers can challenge bullying and create a thriving learning space.

Learning goals:

  • Understand the difference between bullying, conflict and discrimination
  • Recognize challenges to creating a safe space
  • Identify potential solutions/roles for parents/caregivers to improve the school community

Who is Harmony Movement?

Harmony Movement was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit charitable organization to combat inter-racial intolerance and to confront the “us versus them” attitude that was prevalent in Canadian society at the time.

Our mandate is to promote diversity as well as bring awareness to and challenge all forms of discrimination that act as social and cultural barriers to individuals’ full participation in Canadian society.

We work in schools, school boards, social service organizations and communities across the province. Through interactive diversity and equity education programs, we support youth, educators, administrators, parents/caregivers and community service providers to focus their equity lens and become leaders for inclusion and social change. We encourage critical thinking, courageous conversations and strategy building to address and take action against stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination, racism and other forms of oppression.

For more information about our organization and our programs, please visit our website: www.harmony.ca

For questions or more information email info@harmony.ca or call 647-746-0440.

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