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 […]
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.
The first snowfall is always fun and the students love being the first in the playground for the fresh snow!!! Even the teachers like to do snow angels……For some of our students it is the first time they are seeing SNOW!
The SPA hosted Fun Friday and pizza day! The students showed their support by donating money to their studio choice of charity. In total $430 was raised.JK: Second Harvest SK: Variety VillageGrade 1: Children’s Make a Wish Grade 2: Humane Society Grade 3: World Wildlife Fund Grade 4: Opportunity International Grade 5: Plan InternationalGrade 6: World Wildlife […]
SBS had a frightening great time dressing up today!! Studios had parties, watched movies and attended a DANCE PARTY put on by the SPA. And the principal was PRANKED! Ms Brunn was under the assumption that the staff were all dressing up as SBS students. However, when she arrived she was the only one dressed […]
Families joined us for an afternoon of literacy fun. “Sunnybrook Reads” is a community event held each Fall to celebrate literacy and add to our library collection. Three events occur on this special day. First is the “Birthday Book” program, where our librarian selects many wonderful books for the children and their families to peruse, choose […]
The Grade 5&6 students had the opportunity to attend Kandalore Camp as part of our Outdoor Education Program. The students went for 3 days and two nights and enjoyed activities like archery, canoeing, high ropes, rock climbing, cooperative games and campfire. They learned leadership skills which they can use in their house head role back […]
It is Sunnybrook’s 70th Anniversary. We celebrated with a birthday party for our families with a bouncy castle, face paint, cartoonist, magician and a scavenger hunt. It was a fun day to mingle and visit with friends and hear a lovely speech from Mrs Davy about the history of the school. With only 3 principals […]
Orange shirt day is a day when we honour the Indigenous people who had been sent away to residential schools in Canada when they were children. The purpose of the residential schools was to assimilate our Indigenous people into ‘Canadian society.’ Children were removed from their families and housed in residential schools. They were forced to […]
Today SBS students ran the Terry Fox run. Children ran from 1km to 6km – they persevered, and helped each other across the finish line. Thank you to our parent volunteers, cheer leaders and local pet walking group for your support of the event. Upon finishing the run, students displayed their “Running For……” labels on […]