​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.​​​

Our school focuses on meeting the individual needs of all children. Our belief statements, vision and purpose all demonstrate the importance of the collaborative work of students, families and staff. It is our hope that all parents will be actively involved in their children’s learning.

Our school believes in learning through inquiry wherein the questions or ideas raised by students and the staff are explored collaboratively. This allows for much richer experiences in the class that are experienced based rather than the more traditional ‘stand and deliver’ methodology.  

We are very excited to work with your children and to help them grow and develop as contributing members of our school community. We begin all of our Inquiry through the lens of Peace Education and use the Three Pillars of Respect as a way to promote peace in ourselves and our learning community. 

Three Pillars of Respect

  1. We respect ourselves
  2. We respect each other
  3. We respect this place

Program, Focus & Approach

Our school focuses on meeting the individual needs of all children. Our belief statements, vision and purpose all demonstrate the importance of the collaborative work of students, families and staff. It is our hope that all parents will be actively involved in their children’s learning.

Our school believes in learning through inquiry wherein the questions or ideas raised by students and the staff are explored collaboratively. This allows for much richer experiences in the class that are experienced based rather than the more traditional ‘stand and deliver’ methodology.  

We are very excited to work with your children and to help them grow and develop as contributing members of our school community. We begin all of our Inquiry through the lens of Peace Education and use the Three Pillars of Respect as a way to promote peace in ourselves and our learning community. 

Three Pillars of Respect

  1. We respect ourselves
  2. We respect each other
  3. We respect this place
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