Attention Calgary and Edmonton:

Thanks to generous funding from Shaw we are able to provide the WITS Program for FREE to up to 5 schools who are new to the program and 50% off for up to 10 schools! To order call 1-855-858-8766 or email orders@witsprogram.ca

*not applicable to the “Back to School” Package

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Welcome to the WITS Programs

The WITS Programs bring together schools, families and communities to create responsive environments that help elementary school children deal with bullying and peer victimization. WITS Programs address curriculum requirements of inclusion and acceptance in a cost-effective model that involves schools and local partners. We started 20 years ago in Victoria, BC and are now a Canadian charity positively affecting children in every province and territory. In a 2016 report from Dalhousie University, WITS was judged to be the best program of its kind in Canada. Join us!

Our Vision is that all children are living, learning and playing in safe and responsive communities.

Our Mission is to create capacity in communities to promote safety & healthy relationships.

WITS is a program that provides essential support to staff and students in the school setting.

Georgina Henderson, School Counsellor, Clarence Jaycox School, KEE TAS KEE NOW TRIBAL COUNCIL EDUCATION AUTHORITY, Red Earth Creek, Alberta

New Books and Lesson Plans for the 2018-2019 school year

I walk with Vanessa is wordless, so it speaks to anyone!  Great for welcoming newcomers… Description: Everything’s new at home and at school, you’re nervous, you don’t know where you fit in, and not everyone is nice. This beautiful story shows how one person can make a difference and change tears to smiles.  

A WORDLESS PICTURE BOOK FOR ALL

Find lesson plans at

https://witsprogram.ca/school/wits-books-and-lesson

Video: Social Emotional Learning Resources – WITS in Motion

This online education initiative is a non-verbal dance film, so it ‘speaks’ to everyone. The film promotes positive relationships, peaceful resolution of peer conflict and the spectrum of social emotional learning skills. It is available for streaming to parents, caregivers and educators everywhere at www.witsinmotion.ca.