PYP Exhibition and Student Led Conferences

Our grade 6 students shared their learning to the wider community today at the PYP Exhibition. They discussed such topics like Air Pollution, Racism, Endangered Species, Climate Change and the Amazon Rainforest. Their knowledge on the topics was outstanding! Congratulations Grade 6’s! All of the students had the opportunity today to share their learning with […]

Pink Shirt Day 2023

Sunnybrook showed action by wearing Pink Shirts on Feb 22 to stand up against bullying. Students also participated in a Pink Shirt podcast in the morning which was very informative. Our “Kids Can Too” group made every student in the school a “kindness” pin, which was very thoughtful! We ended the day with our JK […]

Spelling Bee 2023

Congratulations to the winners of our annual Spelling Bee! The four finalists for each grade competed today at assembly. Grade 1 winner: Clara Grade 2 winner: CharlotteGrade 3 winner: AnthonyGrade 4 winner: SophieGrade 5 winner: ArjenGrade 6 winner: Isla

Action at SBS

Taking action is a huge part of the Sunnybrook curriculum. It is important for our students to be socially responsible. Over the past month, SBS has been contributing to our local community in a variety of ways. Our community came together to donate items in the Holiday Helper Adoptive Family Program. The community donated many […]

Winter Concert 2022

Our Winter Concert was back on stage and the students were magnificent! Thank you Mr. Barkhuizen for a wonderful celebration of music! The children were able to showcase their singing as a whole school, in choirs and our SBS singers. It was wonderful to hear all the different types of instruments played throughout the concert […]

What is Loose Part Play?

Loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart. There are no instructions and promote creativity and critical thinking skills. The beauty lies in that the project is not saved rather taken apart for another time. Our kindergarten students start their day with experimenting with loose parts in […]

Field Trips

Field trips are valuable to make connections to the learning in the classroom. Each class will participate in 5 to 6 field trips over the year. This week the Grade 3 class visited Crawford Lake to learn about Canada’s Indigenous People. Grade Two participated in a structures workshop at Chamelea Science Center. Grade Six visited […]

Blanket Exercise

The Grade 6 students participated in an Indigenous Blanket Experience. The workshop allows the students to explore and understand the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous people in Canada. Blankets are arranged on the floor representing land and participants step into the role of First Nations and experience treaty making, colonization and resistance.