Bullying Prevention Education

Anti-Bullying Parent Workshop

A parent’s guide to recognizing and dealing with the behaviors of bullying


Some facts* about Bullying:

  • Bullied Others: Approximately 30% of young people admit to bullying others in surveys.
  • Seen Bullying: 70.6% of young people say they have seen bullying in their schools
  • Being Cyberbullied: 15% of high school students were electronically bullied in the past year. 55.2% of LGBT students experienced cyberbullying.
  • How Often Adult Notified: Only about 20 to 30% of students who are bullied notify adults about the bullying

C.O.P.E. Family Support Center offers workshops for parents about what to do if your child is a bully or is being bullied. Each two-hour workshop educates parents about what bullying behavior is and isn’t, how to encourage your child to communicate about bullying, and how to effectively problem-solve bullying conflicts.

Parents will learn:

  • What is Bullying
  • The different types of bullying
  • What causes Bullying
  • How to tell if you child is being bullied
  • What to do if your child is being bullied
  • How to help your child manage bullying
  • What to do if bullying occurs at school

Additional Information

*source: https://www.stopbullying.gov/news/media/facts/#listing






C.O.P.E. Family Support is committed to creating a safe and respectful environment in your classroom and school. We offer training for all school staff, administrators, teachers, assistants, volunteers, and yard duty personnel. It is important to understand what bullying behavior is and is not when surrounded by children all day. This evidence-based program will teach school staff to become equipped with specific strategies for addressing and reporting bullying behavior when it occurs, as well as strategies to prevent bullying inside of the classroom. C.O.P.E. Family Support has trained staff that work together with personnel to develop realistic strategies to deal with the bullying epidemic.

Module 1: “Understanding and Intervening in Bully Behavior”

  • Understand what bullying behavior is and is not
  • Understand what bullying behavior may look like in the classroom
  • Explore ideas for responding to bullying behavior
  • Become equipped with specific strategies for addressing and reporting bullying behavior when it occur

Module 2: “Creating a supportive Classroom Climate”

  • Consider what a positive classroom climate looks like and how it can prevent bullying
  • Examine the role of teacher-to-student and student-to-student relationships in building a supportive classroom climate.
  • Explore strategies for preventing bullying in the classroom, including establishing a culture of respect for differences among students.
  • Consider how a web of positive support among students and other adults across the school community can help prevent bullying.
  • Identify and commit to use one new strategy for preventing bullying in their daily work with students.

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