New Westminster Schools is excited to offer a variety of sessions for elementary school students this year, so we can better support students who need a little extra practice or engage those who are keen to learn new skills.
Location: All elementary summer learning classes will be held at Lord Kelvin Elementary.
Dates: Courses run from July 4th to 22nd, 2022
*Full attendance is expected
Hours: 9am to 12pm
Cost: Courses are free for all students currently enrolled in a New Westminster School, or who are enrolled to start in September of 2022.
*Fees may apply for International Students
How to register: Please use this link to register: https://app.bookking.ca/sd40pub/courses/index.asp
*Please ensure you are registering using your child’s name and not your own.
Some spaces are being held and/or filled based on teacher or school referrals, so we can best support students and families who may have additional needs.
|Primary Skill Development in Literacy and Numeracy||Reading, writing and numeracy will be the focus of this engaging, fun, and social course!||Children going into Grades 1, 2 and 3|
|ADST (Applied Design, Skills and Technologies)||We will explore the use of tools and technologies to extend students’ learning. We will use Ozobots, Spheros, Ipads, etc. to develop creative and critical thinking as well as collaboration skills.||Children going into Grades 4 and 5|
|Numeracy Skill Development||We will build our numeracy skill development through play, inquiry and problem solving.||Children going into Grades 1, 2 and 3|
|Getting Ready for Grade One||Students who have completed Kindergarten can participate in this hands-on course which is designed to stimulate minds in playful ways through engaging activities in a social setting.||Children going into Grade One|
|Students will work together to build ideas, frame their thinking, and use writing to communicate their thinking in a powerful way.||Children going into Grades 3 and 4|
|Visual Art Exploration
|Students will be engaged in artistic explorations using various materials, such as pastels and paints. Various techniques will be applied, that will engage all learners.||Children going into Grades 1, 2 and 3|
For questions, please contact Rick Bloudell, Manager of Community Projects and Partnerships at firstname.lastname@example.org.