Grade 4/5 Community Safety

A report from Statistics Canada says almost one in every five young Canadians — about 1.1 million people — has been a victim of cyberbullying or cyberstalking.

In order to address issues like cyberbullying, Service Hospitality has created a presentation informing students on how to be safe in their environment and community. The online world is a large part of the youth’s interactions nowadays, therefore, Service Hospitality wanted to educate students about how to stay safe online and how to be respectful while communicating with others in the cyberworld.

The presentation is designed for the Grade 4/5 level and targets outcomes in the health education curriculum. The presentation focuses on outcomes USC4.4 & USC5.6:

USD4.4 – Determine basic personal responsibility for safety and protection in various environments/situations.

USC5.6 – Assess peer influence and demonstrate a readiness to prevent and/or avoid potentially dangerous situations involving peer pressure (including lying, substance use, and bullying).

The presentation is 45 min in length and includes a fun, interactive Kahoot quiz to end the session. The teachers are provided with a variety of activities to use after the Service Hospitality safety presentation.

Your students will:

  1. Learn what a law/bylaw is.

  2. Discuss how our behaviors and expectations influence our safety practices.

  3. Examine cyber safety etiquette, risks involved in using the internet and how it can affect a person’s mental health.

For more information or to schedule a presentation for your class, please contact us at [email protected] or phone 306.522.5499.

We look forward to working with you and your students!


Teacher Testimonials:

“My students were very engaged and really enjoyed your knowledge and enthusiasm.” – Rachel

“Thank you for the presentation it was wonderful and fit right into our current literacy learning!” – Maureen

“The cyberbullying part of the presentation was really pertinent to my grade group.” – Anna

“The presenter was excellent, and my students enjoyed the information and the Kahoot!” –  Karen

“The presenter energy was great, and my students loved the information with visuals and engaging in presentation activities.” – Brenna