GRADE 6 STUDENT WORKSHOP
90 Minute workshops are implemented by two CAP facilitators who meet with individual classrooms. They will discuss
personal safety rights, common kinds of assault against youth, and strategies for handling dangerous situations.
Throughout the workshop, common assault situations are presented via short scenarios and guided group discussions.
Healthy Relationships: Showing the difference between healthy relationships and unhealthy relationships.
Peer bullying is discussed, from the points of view of a victim, a victimizer and the witnesses. Solutions are brainstormed
to help students deal successfully with bullying.
During the workshop, “self-protection” strategies are taught; including ways of walking assertively, the CAP yell, and other
Through discussion of scenarios of an assault by a known adult, skill are taught to prevent sexual assault and to empower
youth to understand how to effectively stand up for themselves in a similar situation.
Time is set aside after the workshops for students who wish to talk to facilitators about the workshop material or to have
further discussions. This time is called “review time”.