KHP-LOGO-EN-BLUE-CMYK_12Kids Help Phone Bullying Awareness & Prevention Challenge

The Challenge

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Help Stop Bullying! Students and Classrooms across Canada Join the Kids Help Phone Bullying Awareness and Prevention Challenge this November

Starting November 1st and for the entire month of November 2016, elementary, middle, and high school students across Canada can answer Kids Help Phone’s Bullying Awareness & Prevention Challenge questions on WorldVuze (tagged KidsHelpPhone) to help stop bullying.

In recognition of Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week this November (November 13 – 19, 2016), Kids Help Phone invites students across the country to share their perspectives about what bullying means to them, its impact on their school community, and what can be done to create positive change.

Kids Help Phone wants to hear from students themselves so they can understand bullying from their perspective in order to better support and advocate for youth to prevent bullying now and in the future.

How it Works

  1. Sign Up to WorldVuze

    Teachers, sign up for free now on and create a class for your students to safely engage in this meaningful dialogue!

    Students, if you’re not already on WorldVuze, ask your teacher to sign-up on and create a class for you to join!

    And add the Challenge to your calendar:

  2. Answer Kids Help Phone’s Six Bullying Awareness & Prevention Challenge questions 

    Starting on November 1st, 2016 and for the entire month of November, students can log-in and search the tag KidsHelpPhone on WorldVuze to share their perspectives on the 6 Kids Help Phone Bullying Awareness & Prevention Challenge questions.

    Kids Help Phone tag

  3. Help Kids Help Phone get the word out!

    Share the Kids Help Phone Bullying Awareness & Prevention Challenge with other classrooms at your school and across Canada to make this a national conversation on bullying. Tweet a link to this blog; post it on Facebook; tell your colleagues!

Bully Awareness Resources and Activities

Want to go beyond the conversation online? Here are some resources and activity ideas for your class or school:

  1. Continue the online conversation with your class by discussing the answers shared by students to the Kids Help Phone Bully Awareness questions

    Resources for Kids:

    Bullying Tip Sheet for Kids

    Cyberbullying Tip Sheet for Kids

    Resources for Teens:
    Bullying Tip Sheet for Teens

    Cyberbullying Tip Sheet for Teens

    Resources for Adults:
    Bullying Tip Sheet for Adults

    Cyberbullying Tip Sheet for Adults

  2. Start a Kids Help Phone School Club

    Kids Help Phone provides training and activities for students to create awareness on emotional health and well-being throughout the school year. Learn more about the program at

    Mental Health Week Student Toolkit

  3. Build Awareness about Kids Help Phone at your school

About Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth. If you are a young person who needs help, contact Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 or online at

Kids Help Phone School Clubs provide students with training, tools and support to raise awareness about mental health and well-being in their schools. As a teacher, you can positively impact student well-being by sponsoring a Kids Help Phone School Club. Learn more about the program at


Note: Student’s answers to these Kids Help Phone (KHP) Bully Awareness questions may be included in (KHP) research reports to be shared with decision makers to advocate and improve school environments for children, as well as build curriculum for future teacher anti- bullying campaigns in Canada. No personally identifying information of responders will be included, to protect privacy and confidentiality.