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School harassment  : here are the questions asked to children from CE2 to Terminale

A self-assessment grid making it possible to detect a situation of school harassment will be submitted to primary, middle and high school students at the same time. from November 9. What are the 24  34 questions asked to students?

Evoked by the Minister of National Education at the end of September during the presentation of the interministerial plan, the questionnaire on school bullying will arrive in schools in November. Upon returning from the All Saints' Day holidays, all students at From CE2 onwards as well as middle school and high school students will be invited to participate. Complete the self-assessment grid to detect cases of harassment, even emerging ones.

November 9, 2023, national anti-harassment day, will be the starting point for a community mobilization campaign. educational on the subject. The self-assessment questionnaire will also be distributed throughout the year. in all establishments between November 9 and 15. "Two hours of school time will be trivialized" during this period, according to an organization specific to your needs. each school, middle school and high school, to "focus on the prevention and detection of harassment situations, the first condition for protecting students. “ve victims”, specifies the ministry.

Between 24 and 34 questions depending on the levels

The questionnaire on school bullying should allow students to talk about their state of mind and their relationship with others. school as well as relationships with their classmates. The questions are therefore grouped into four parts targeting different aspects of the subject:

  • Students' apprehensions before going to school or its relationship to middle and high school:Are you afraid of going to school? school at home cause of one or more students?
  • Their daily life school, college or high school: Were you given a job? a mean nickname? Do one or more students make fun of you or insult you
  • < li>Possible repercussions on the internet:Do you receive or have you seen insulting or threatening messages about you from one or more students on a telephone [or] on social networks? em>

  • Their feelings: Are you having trouble moving forward? do your homework because of what you are experiencing school? Do you have a stomach ache or pain in your stomach? head to head because of what you are experiencing school?

If the form of the questionnaire is identical, the content changes somewhat depending on the age of the students. Three evaluation grids were created. thoughts: the first to come to mind The attention of primary school students has 24 questions, while the other two intended for middle and high school students are made up of 34 questions. For each question, the student must give a numerical answer ranging from 1 for a situation that never happens to 1. 4 for a situation that occurs very often. The number of answers between 2 and 4 is important, the more the student seems to be a victim of harassment or cyberharassment.

A prevention component included in the questionnaire

A series of around ten questions completes the questionnaire submitted to primary, middle and high school students. These questions are no longer useful; analyze the student's situation, but at the same time find out if those who "feel like they are being bothered" and are therefore likely to be victims of harassment have informed their situation to someone. These questions are also an opening on the prevention of school harassment, whether the students are victims, witnesses or actors.

An anonymous and non-obligatory questionnaire

It will be the teachers of the primary classes and the head teachers of the classes of middle and high school students – as far as possible – who will supervise the prevention sequence if possible accompanied by 39;a member of the teaching and educational team. Before submitting the questionnaire, educational leaders should remind people of what bullying and cyberbullying are and prevent serious consequences.

If all elements are Students from CE2 to high school will receive the questionnaire and will be warned of anonymity and confidentiality. of the self-assessment grid, they will not be required to complete it. However, teachers will be required to do so. encourage students to learn answer the questionnaire without forcing them.

Note that when taking the questionnaire, all students who wish can ask to be asked to do so. speak with a teacher, social and health staff; or other educational staff to discuss their personal situation. The same will apply to students who show “a form of anxiety or distress.”

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116