Grades 4-6 (preferably being mentored)
During peer mentoring <- start here, start small and local
Phase one would consist of a time set aside each week to find the individuals that have experienced bullying in our school. This time would consist of a more in depth class detailing bullying in its entirety or simply a conversation between peer mentors and peers. This conversation would also heavily push the people in that class to talk about their experience with a professional in the school. There would also be a “chat” between peer mentors and peers. This will strengthen the relationship between the peers and mentors as well as helping the people that need help.
The second phase would consist of a rebuilding process between the “bully” and the bullied. This would consist of a therapy like talk between the two with a grownup in mediating the interaction. Hopefully the bully will realize his mistake and be reasonable. This will hopefully create a positive relationship between individuals instead of a negative one.
The outcome is to locate any bullying relationships that may be found, and report them to the teachers.
Who we need to talk to:
What is the final output:
A conversation survey sheet
What is the goal:
To have a document that outline the metal wellbeing of students and their current experiences with bullying
Advice for Teachers:
-Ask: do you have any trusted adults?
-Talk about stress.
-Bring it down to a level they can understand.
-Think about how do you deal with information that you can’t understand?
-Normalize mental health. Ask: What do you feel is positive mental health.