Year Long Projects Grades 5-7

     At the beginning of the school year, the students were given the task of choosing a notable person in the world to study. Using a variety of resources including books, websites and videos each student uncovered interesting facts about the person’s early life, education, work experience and contributions to society. Poems, speeches and images coloured …

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Grade 5 Innovators

The grade 5 students are working on building compound machines in their science class. This is one way of helping to develop the term theme of innovation.

Art Week

Student art is posted all around the school during the February Art Week. Each piece is a representation of student growth in technique, creativity and design.  Also included with each piece is an artist statement.

Chinese New Year Celebration

Happy New Year of the Monkey! On Friday, February 12, the school held a joyful Chinese New Year Celebration.  Students enjoyed several traditional activities including mask-colouring, calligraphy, Chinese art, and dumpling-making.  Later, students and their families gathered to watch a lion dance followed by a Chinese dance by junior kindergarten and a traditional new year’s …

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Public Library Trip

     Our grade 4 and 5 students recently took a trip to the Richmond Library. Our students all got a library card and are excited to use them for their upcoming inquiry report!

Science Fun

    Grade 2’s science classes are a lot of fun. In Ms. Smith’s class students investigated the layers of the Earth. The students used marshmallows, cereal, chocolate chips and cookie crumbs to make four layers of earth. In Ms. Adams’s class students were learning about the states of water: solid- ice, liquid- water and gas- water vapour …

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