The start of the school year is always an exciting time. Parents are excited to have their children return to school.
The summer is here and summer holidays are just a few days away! Here are ten things to make sure you do this summer.
In addition to planning and preparing classroom lessons, teachers are also working hard writing the first Communicating Student Learning (CSL) documents to be sent home later this month.
Written by Judy Duncan, Principal
Today is World Teachers’ Day. In 1994, October 5th was proclaimed World Teachers’ Day,
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I have to admit that when it comes to September my inner child always comes out.
Welcome Back to the best little school on Earth!
I am excited to be back at Cypress Park after four years as an Adjunct Teaching Professor working with teacher candidates in the Faculty of Education at UBC.
At the beginning of the school year, I posted a blog about the benefits of doing nothing click here. Last summer I reaped the benefits of spending time with my children doing nothing.
I recently taught an art lesson that I thought was going quite well. Students were working on the art elements of line and perspective.
We are in the business of teaching and learning, and we strive to develop in our students a passion to be life long learners.