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Our school celebrates a diverse learning community, welcoming students representing 23 different languages and countries-of-origin.
Professional learning supports our school development plan focused on literacy. Early dismissal Fridays allow teachers to engage in conversations around research, best practice and student work to support the success of all learners at Abbeydale School.
Abbeydale School is organized into 11 classrooms, including one half-day Kindergarten classroom. Grade teams work to support all learners with the ability to create flexible groupings and collaborative learning opportunities. A school-wide sense of community and belonging is created through cross-grade learning tasks and extra-curricular opportunities throughout the school year.
What is best for students is at the heart of all decisions regarding teaching and learning at Abbeydale School. We believe in building a caring community within our school where people feel valued, safe, supported, and respected. Conversations are built upon our Three Pillars of Care: Care for Self, Care for Others, Care for our Place. It is our strong belief that a learning environment should nurture and support intellectual engagement, wonder and curiosity, and a sense of well-being. We recognize the integral role parents play in this work.
Abbeydale is YOUR Home. What are YOUR Stories?
We are looking for Abbeydale stories. Stories that are:
- Little known fact(s)
- Family centered
- About the community
- About the school
- Way back when…
- Once I saw….
- People centered…pillars of the community
- Great yards, neighbors, parks…..
We have a table set up in our front hallway ready for you to tell your story! Feel welcome to drop by, we will offer you a coffee or a tea while you write. Or, you can email us at email@example.com. We look forward to your stories!