OurSCHOOL Bullying And School Safety Survey
OurSCHOOL Bullying And School Safety Survey
OurSCHOOL Bullying And School Safety Survey
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OurSCHOOL Bullying And School Safety Survey

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Do you understand how and why bullying happens in your school and student perceptions of school safety? A safe school environment is critical for students’ learning and well-being. Our survey provides individual schools with the tools to identify bullying behaviour and build a safe and inclusive school culture. 


Each license allows you to survey up to two times during the 2019-20 school year with up to 2,500 participants per survey.

The OurSCHOOL Bullying and School Safety Survey provides deep and accurate insight into bullying and school safety in your school. It is completely anonymous, protecting student privacy and ensuring the most accurate survey responses.

The majority of students can complete this survey in 15 - 20 minutes.

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Engagement Team Services: A team of educators and researchers who combine extensive classroom teaching and school leadership experience with deep knowledge of the research and analysis that goes into OurSCHOOL. Through consultation, resource development, and professional coaching, our engagement team partners with you in your efforts to elevate informed practice in your schools and classrooms.

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Provided below is a sample of some of the questions that you can find within the surveys.

Secondary Questions

1. In the past four weeks, have you felt that you were treated unfairly by school staff (i.e., teachers, vice-principals, principals, and support staff) for any of the following reasons? (Please check all that apply to you).

    • My appearance.
    • My grades or marks (either low or high marks).
    • My family's level of income.
    • My sexual orientation.
    • My gender identity.
    • My skin colour.
    • My ethnic or cultural background.
    • My religion or faith.
    • A disability that I have.
    • My Aboriginal background (First Nation, Métis, Inuit).
    • My language background (my first language).
    • Other reasons.

    Elementary Questions

    1. In the past four weeks, have you felt left out by other students for any of the following reasons?
      • How I look.
      • My grades or marks (either low or high marks).
      • My skin colour.
      • My ethnic or cultural background.
      • My religion or faith.
      • A disability I have.
      • My Aboriginal background (First Nation, Métis, Inuit).
      • The language I speak (my first language).
      • Other reasons.
      2. In our school…
        • School staff (i.e., teachers, vice-principals, and support staff) are able to identify bullying.
        • School staff step in immediately when they observe a student being bullied.
        • There are safe ways for students to report bullying.
        • There are clear consequences for bullying that are consistently enforced.
        • School staff provide adequate supervision in class and between classes to prevent bullying.
        • There are adults in the school that students can talk to when they are victims of bullying.
        • School staff help students understand bullying.
        • School staff teach students what to do when they are being bullied.
        2. From the list below please check the place where you think bullying happens most often in and near your school.
          • Classrooms.

          • Library or computer room.

          • Hallways.

          • Gym.

          • Change rooms or locker rooms.

          • Washrooms.

          • Lunchroom or cafeteria.

          • Outside the school (e.g., playground, parking lot).

          • On the bus.

          3. Sexual harassment is any unwanted or inappropriate language or touching that makes you feel upset, hurt or angry. It can be verbal, such as comments about your body, sexual remarks, or the spreading of rumours about a person. It can be physical, such as touching, rubbing, pinching or hugging in a sexual way. It can be receiving unwanted texts. It can be a request for a sexual favour in return for something else. It can happen to both boys and girls. In the past four weeks, have you felt that you were sexually harassed at school?
            • Yes
            • No
            3. In our school…
              • Teachers are able to tell when bullying is happening.
              • Teachers stop bullying when they see it happening.
              • There are safe ways for students to report bullying.
              • Students know what will happen if they are caught bullying.
              • Teachers’ supervision prevents bullying.
              • Students can talk to adults in the school when they have been bullied.
              • Teachers help students understand bullying.
              • Teachers teach students what to do when they are being bullied.