Tools for school staff members

Children’s development This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Resources providing information on children’s global development, the importance of play, their development in childcare services, and the transition to school.

ÉKIP

Promotion of health and well-being, and the prevention of problems, to contribute to the educational success of young people.

Student retention and student success This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Ways to improve graduation rates, firstly for the students themselves, since their future depends directly on their qualifications, and secondly for Québec as a whole, which needs young people to meet the social, economic and cultural challenges it faces. 

Fighting bullying and violence in schools This hyperlink will open in a new window.

An action plan has been developed and deployed with input from stakeholders in the education network.

Underprivileged environments (French only)  This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Programs to support academic success in underprivileged environments.

Preventing radicalization leading to violence in schools This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Resources to identify signs of radicalization in order to prevent and deal with the problem.

Healthy lifestyle habits in school This hyperlink will open in a new window.

A framework policy to help schools make the shift to healthy living by creating an environment in which students can adopt and maintain health eating habits and a physically active lifestyle.

Tools for parents and students

Bullying  This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Tools to identify, prevent and react to situations in which bullying occurs.

Kino-Québec (French only) This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Promotion of regular physical activity for the Québec population, from an early age and throughout life.

Sports/study programs (French only)  This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Support for student athletes in their chosen sport while successfully completing their secondary studies.