L’espoir de l’École Cedardale est de créer une communauté altruiste, inclusive, engageante et multilingue pour les apprenants tout au long de leur vie. Nous voulons inspirer le vrai savoir, la créativité et la curiosité afin qu’ils obtiennent l’esprit critique et qu’ils puissant réagir avec des actions positives dans leur propre milieu ainsi que globalement dans un environnement de respect mutuel.
École Cedardale aspires to create a caring, inclusive and engaging collaborative community of multi-lingual lifelong learners. Through knowledge, creativity and inquiry we are inspired to think critically and take action both locally and globally in an environment of mutual respect.
École Cedardale is an authorized IB World School offering the Primary Years Programme in a French Immersion format. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that École Cedardale believes is important for our students.
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Student Reflections about Communicating Student Learning (Guest Blogger, Jessica Hall, Head Teacher)Published on January 13, 2017
In West Vancouver, the new Communicating Student Learning Document has generated discussion between educators, about the implementation of student approaches to learning, reflection and assessment. The new BC Curriculum holds the potential to empower students to use questioning techniques that guide their own inquiries.Read More
Communicating Student Learning: a redesigned way to report on student progress (Guest Blogger Kirsten Dixon, Head Teacher)Published on November 6, 2016
At École Cedardale, we are at the point in Term 1 where we have just completing our Parent/Teacher conferences. During these meetings, we take the time to discuss how students may be adjusting to new teachers,Read More
My experience as a learner with Parent-Teacher conferences has differed throughout the years. I have very vivid memories of sitting with a book in the hallway while my parents met with teachers about my brother and I,Read More