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“Imagine children who have developed a caring relationship with the natural world, who have been given the time and opportunity to experience it in meaningful ways. Imagine children who have a growing commitment to protect water, air, plants, and wildlife because they understand that these 
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Recently Richland Academy welcomed internationally recognized artist, Guo Yue Dou back to the school. Dou returned for another session with Grades 1-3 to create chalk pastel drawings of birds and other wildlife. Dou’s work is detailed and lifelike, and our students did an excellent job 
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Congratulations to all of our students on their exceptional performances in Richland’s Holiday Concert. Under the guidance of Richland’s Performing Arts teacher, Ms Pitt, the students developed a concert that embraced and celebrated Unicef’s Convention of the Rights of the Child. Richland’s emergent curriculum meant 
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For many of us it is the time of year when we celebrate with our family and friends. We also take time to remember those who are not as fortunate as ourselves, and to give what we can to others. The children in the Grade 
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“We need education that nurtures children’s innate curiosity about the natural world, that fosters their understanding of the interconnectedness of all living and non-living things, and instills in them an abiding sense of care and responsibility for the well-being of their community and planet earth.” 
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The Grade One students engaged with a variety of building materials as they explored designing and creating structures. Harini was building a log cabin while Sophia created some cars. Sophia then decided to build a bench. When it is completed, I point out to Sophia 
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The recent excursion to the Toronto Zoo opened up the importance of measurement to our Grade 4 class. They explored area, perimeter and volume in context and used the teachings of Jane Goodall to help them improve upon the Toronto Zoo’s current enclosures. They then 
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Today, Richland students highlighted their scientific and inquiry learning talents at our ‘Science Inquiry Festival.’ Explorations included: the life cycle of a frog, butterflies, sensory organs, simple machines, food chains, moving bodies, and chair constructions. Congratulations to our students for their hard work and dedication 
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This week, our Grade 1 and 2 students performed French plays, “Le petit chat cherche une famille” and “Les animaux du bayou,” respectively. Monsieur Groshi did a fantastic job directing the plays, which were entertaining, inspiring and humourous. Très bien!
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After sketching and modeling their sensory organs, our Grade 1 students have been creating their ‘Science Inquiry Festival’ projects using carefully-selected materials. One student chose a large piece of red cloth as the ‘perfect way’ to create the lips of his mouth model.
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