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Moving the learning forward…

From April-June, we focus on consolidating knowledge in JK. We spend the first part of the school year developing relationships, creating a calming routine, and observing learning styles and approaches to learning within an...

Teaching and Learning from Home

Children’s relationships shape the way they see the world and affect other areas of their development (social, emotional, cognitive). Through relationships, children learn about their world and in BG 1, we build and strengthen...

Light & Shadow Play

Last week, the Early Years students continued to explore the magic of light and shadow in different ways. We also had the opportunity to make connections to shadows through puppet shows! Mike from Applefun...

Future Herpetologist

​This week, we had the pleasure of having B.P, a grade 3 student, also a future herpetologist, come to our classroom for a very well put together presentation. He had heard about our dilemma of...

The Magic of the Amaryllis

​Children are naturally curious about what is happening in the world around them, so we thought that it would be a wonderful idea to bring in an Amaryllis. We did not tell the children...

The Next Generation of Coders!

On Wednesday, December 11, 2019 the Hackergal Coding Club at Richland Academy participated in their first annual HACKERGAL HACKATHON! Hackergal is a charitable organization that inspires girls across Canada to explore the opportunities in code. With...

Experience Life as a Student

Last week, our Grade Four class invited parents into our class to share the experience of life as a student. Part of a successful learning environment involves active engagement for both teacher and students....

Patterns are Everywhere!

​Mathematics is a large part of our daily routine, and making it engaging is a must! The students recently started a new math unit on Patterning. The students are expected to create and extend...