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Saidat Bullying Prevention Workshop November 1st

We're excited to be hosting The Saidat Show on November 1st! Saidat has a dynamic presentation style in which she promotes messages of bullying prevention, having a growth mindset and the importance of kindness towards others.  She engages students young and older with an energetic presentation and interactive hip hop workshop that includes drama, dance and music to get her message across- a perfect kick off to our bullying prevention and awareness month.  

This performance is included in our Arts and Athletics Package and promotes our work towards the social and emotional well-being of all our students.  It also adds to our Drama, Dance and Music curriculum through the use of hip hop energizers and collaboration.  This is an exciting show that will complement the lessons our teachers are sharing with their students on mental health and having a growth mindset.  Together we are teaching our children to Care, Share and Give

  





For more program details you are welcome to visit the links below:
http://www.saidat.ca/school/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlV50nZIG-0&feature=youtu.be


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