Author: Adrian Cheung

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Grade One Engineers

​The Grade One students changed their roles again over the last couple of weeks! They became ENGINEERS! Once your children joined the “Scientists in School” engineering team, they built a structure capable...


Lest we forget

​Although Remembrance Day was honoured with perhaps less fanfare and without an assembly or speakers, the students continued this year to make poppies with messages of thankfulness for the sacrifices made by...


Emergent Curriculum

In SK we follow a Reggio inspired IB curriculum. Part of that means that there are opportunities to include an emergent curriculum as we respect and honour the children’s interests. Emergent curriculum...


Developing an Ecological Awareness

NATURE AS A WORK OF ART “Every child should have mud pies, grasshoppers, water bugs, tadpoles, frogs, mud turtles, elderberries, wild strawberries, acorns, chestnuts, trees to climb. Brooks to wade, water lilies, woodchucks,...


IB Learner Profile In Action

Caring  Looks like: I care about my friends and others. Sounds like: "Oh I'm stuck" - Audrey "Don't worry, I can help you!" - Olivia "Thank you!" - Audrey "You are welcome. I am very nice and we are...


Visual Reporting

Stories from the Grade 5-8 “My artwork shows the Black Lives Matter conflict. Police in America are being too overpowering and abusive to black people for no reason. Rather, they should be treated...


An Important Message on Anti-Racism

Dear Richland Community, Richland Academy stands for equality and against racial injustice of any kind. The recent tragic and senseless killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Sean Reed, Breonna Taylor and Tony McDade show...