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With Royal Keys® Bully Prevention Program, your School or Organization will stand out as being exceptional! Royal Keys Programs teach Respect, Social-Emotional/Life Skills and Bully Prevention.
Lack of social-emotional education has been shown to adversely affect student academic achievement and the development of positive relationships among peers.
Royal Keys® has powerful and important programs that provide the added key needed to prevent bullying in a fun and safe environment, thus changing the children's lives for the better in a positive, safe and memorable way.
Research shows that schools are failing to teach students the social and emotional skills necessary to become successful both academically and socially. There is a great demand and need to teach these important and powerful skill sets. The Royal Keys' Social-Emotional Education and Development (SEED®) Program® provides the training necessary to acquire the social and emotional skills needed to improve behavior and academic achievement as well as preventing Bullying. Therefore a partnership with Royal Keys® will compliment your school or organization's curriculum and/or enrichment programs in a co-operative effort to improve academic achievement, social-emotional behavior and facilitating an end to bullying.
- According to the 2008 Indicators of School Crime and Safety report from the Institute of Education Sciences, 24% of elementary and secondary schools report daily or weekly bullying incidents (Dinkes et al., 2009).
- Consequences for such children include emotional distress, such as loneliness, anxiety, and depression, as well as poor school performance and attendance, low self-confidence and self-concept, and social marginalization. These effects can be very long-lasting. (Dempsey & Storch, 2008).
- Among U.S. students who reported low grades, victims of bullying were more likely to report receiving D's and F's than other students. (U.S. Department of Education, 2005)
- Bullycide: Researchers at Yale found a correlation between bullying, being bullied and suicide in children, in a review of 37 studies from 13 countries.
- Bullying victims were found to be up to nine times more likely to report suicidal thoughts than other children were. The perpetrators who are the bullies also have an increased risk for suicidal behaviors. (Int J Adolesc Med Health 20 (2), 2008).
- 26% of teens have been harassed via cell phones by voice or by text. (Lenhart 2010)
- Students' behavior effects the classroom environment and it can effect their academic achievement. (Lane, 1999)
Never underestimate the power of your actions. With one small gesture you can change a person's life.
Royal Keys International has over 50 programs to fit your needs.