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April 4, 2020

Branksome Hall Student Advocates for Women in STEM
“It’s not about intelligence, it’s about believing you can,” says Zainab Azim, a Grade 12 student at Branksome Hall. Zainab has become a fierce advocate for the next generation of young women to pursue their passions and get involved in STEM. In reflecting on the lower participation rates of women and girls in the field, she notes, “It’s not because women aren’t smart enough, it’s the cultural norms we have created…”
December 13, 2019
Kells Academy Across the Universe Spring Concert, Exploring the Songs of the Beatles
​The annual Spring concert is a special event for Kells Academy. It brings our community together and gives our students the opportunity to showcase their musical, dramatic and dance talents for family and friends. This year we varied from tradition by putting on a full musical production, an adapted version of the film Across The Universe, which features many of The Beatles legendary songs.
May 28, 2019
St. Clement's School, Toronto, Ontario
On Being Humane by Martha Perry, Head of St. Clement's Schcool
My blog this week is inspired by a number of things that have occurred over the course of this past week that have reminded me of our important work as educators.
January 19, 2020
How Wellness and Enrichment Work in Concert
A big part of how we approach enabling everyone in the Mac Community revolves around ensuring that everyone participates in an enriched educational environment and that they are equipped with all of the tools necessary to achieve their full potential.
January 10, 2020
Fieldstone’s Holiday Concert Dazzles and Delights
Fieldstone recognizes that an enriching education in Music will support our students’ success in a variety of subjects, and will help them to be culturally-literate members of society.
January 19, 2020
Small Class Sizes Set Students Up for Success
​Ask our students about their experience at Rosseau Lake College and one thing they’ll be sure to comment is on the small class sizes and the great opportunities that have come as a result.
April 25, 2019
An Incredible Journey River Valley School
In May 55 River Valley grade fives and sixes went on a residential trip to Ottawa. They were learning about the Canadian government. Everyone was excited about the trip but we were also a little nervous because for many of us it was the first time away from home.
November 3, 2018
teacher and early childhood students building with lego
7 Ways to Boost Your Child's Development
Child development involves all the changes that take place in your child physically, emotionally and in terms of their language and thought. This begins when they are born and continues until they reach adulthood. A child gradually becomes more independent during this time, eventually reducing its dependency on its parents or guardians.
August 17, 2019
Dual Diagnosis Program Mental Health Treatment
If you feel that your teen is struggling with troubling behaviours, you may have come across information about dual diagnosis programs online. You may be asking yourself, “What is a dual diagnosis program?” Our dual diagnosis treatment program works to provide mental health care in addition to treating the problematic behaviours that cause turmoil to many familial relationships.
November 26, 2019
Faculty Friday St. Margaret's School
Every couple of weeks we feature an SMS staff member as a way to showcase the amazing people we have working at SMS. A very special position at our school, and one that plays a pivotal role in the lives of our boarding students are the house parents.
November 25, 2019
Future-Focused Learning in Artificial Intelligence, AWS Educate & WPGA
A central tenet of life at WPGA is future-focused learning. At our school, we strive to prepare students for the future with authentic educational experiences that fully embrace emerging technologies.
December 12, 2019
Teacher and students in an outdoor class setting.
Imagine the Class of 2030, will your child be ready?
In 2019, the ways we communicate and socialize with each other, as well as the ways we work and play, are vastly different than they were ten years ago. Now fast forward eleven years to 2030 when our grade one students will be graduating from high school and imagine what the class of 2030 will need to be ‘life-ready’.
September 26, 2019
Miss Edgar's & Miss Cramp's School - What's Happening at ECS
Every year, the Lieutenant Governor’s Youth Medal is awarded to deserving graduates of high schools, CEGEPs and universities in Quebec. The awards recognize young Quebecers who have distinguished themselves both in their academic studies and in extracurricular activities that make positive change in their communities.
April 15, 2017
waldorf blog write to read forest scene
Benefits of Waldorf's Writing to Read Approach
Waldorf Education starts to set the foundation for reading in kindergarten. Learning to read is allowed to evolve for each child in the same form as it evolved from the beginning of humanity..
April 17, 2019
Buxton School visits St. George's School of Montreal
On March 1, 2019 a group of 8 students, Alina Lai, Kacie Chestnut, Mercedes Fitch, Theo King, Jack Schiff, Lila Janski, Tallula Sorst, Moika Carroll Jean-Louisand and faculty member Adrian St. John from Buxton School in Williamstown, Massachusetts visited St. George's School of Montreal
March 11, 2019
Greenwood School SchoolPress Blog
Jack Chapter: #BeThere Initiative
It was an awesome day at our #BeThere initiative. This initiative really highlighted the importance of being an ally in relation to people struggling with mental health and people in the LGBTQ+ community or both. Research has shown that LGBTQ+ people have higher rates of mental health challenges because of societal prejudice, verbal/physical abuse from peers, the use of derogatory terms, and/or institutional discrimination.
November 20, 2019
Ted Spears founder of IPS
IPS founder Ted Spear's Education Reimagined: The Schools our Children Need
Spear’s ideas have been crafted through decades of work in the education field. He did a bachelor of education and a master and PhD of philosophy of education. He taught in Northern Manitoba, in Haida Gwaii and at Columbia College, becoming more and more impatient with the mainstream education system. So in 1995, along with a few other people, he started his own school. Spear was head of IPS on and off before retiring in 2017.
September 25, 2019
jay using rubik's cube at blue sky school
Rubik's Cube Taught Me How I Learn Best
Two weeks ago, I was in the midst of my daily YouTube rabbit hole, watching video after video, until I discovered a man by the name of Feliks Zemdegs. He solved the famous Rubik’s Cube in a mere four seconds. The exact time being 4.22 seconds.
August 2, 2019
Service Learning Reshaping Education
The process of teaching and learning in schools is continuously evolving to better align with personal, professional and environmental factors. As the world becomes more interconnected, education must do more than focus on traditional academic achievement.
October 17, 2019
Mabin School Schoolpress post
Six Relationship Rules for School Teams
At The Mabin School, we have committed to really working on our relationships with each other as well as our relationships with our students, their families, and other community members. Relationships between students are a large part of our curriculum and always have been.
September 2, 2019

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