​Regular Program at the CBE

Even though most of our schools offer a regular program, no two are quite the same. All schools teach according to Alberta Education’s mandated curriculum, however a school’s focus, optional courses and school activities are as unique as every school.​​​

  • Children's Village School is a unique setting CBE school, where CBE staff work in collaboration with staff from Wood's Homes to support student learning.
  • Children's Village School is committed to and focused on making our school a safe and caring, trauma sensitive environment that meets the needs of every student. We do this through building strong, healthy, caring and supportive relationships. 
  • Our children and their families have many strengths and talents. By nurturing and supporting these attributes, we ensure long term positive growth.
  • Parents and staff work together to jointly meet the educational and treatment needs of their children.
  • The learning environment provides opportunities for students, parents, and staff to experience acceptance, support, and wellness.
  • Learning and therapeutic intervention plans are personalized to meet the complex needs of the students.
  • Our multi-disciplinary team includes uniquely skilled teachers, child care counselors, psychologists, a home/school counseling liaison, a certified behaviour analyst, speech/language therapists, an occupational therapist, and a physical therapist. 

Program, Focus & Approach

  • Children's Village School is a unique setting CBE school, where CBE staff work in collaboration with staff from Wood's Homes to support student learning.
  • Children's Village School is committed to and focused on making our school a safe and caring, trauma sensitive environment that meets the needs of every student. We do this through building strong, healthy, caring and supportive relationships. 
  • Our children and their families have many strengths and talents. By nurturing and supporting these attributes, we ensure long term positive growth.
  • Parents and staff work together to jointly meet the educational and treatment needs of their children.
  • The learning environment provides opportunities for students, parents, and staff to experience acceptance, support, and wellness.
  • Learning and therapeutic intervention plans are personalized to meet the complex needs of the students.
  • Our multi-disciplinary team includes uniquely skilled teachers, child care counselors, psychologists, a home/school counseling liaison, a certified behaviour analyst, speech/language therapists, an occupational therapist, and a physical therapist. 
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