Clubs

Due to COVID 19, clubs have been suspended this year at Andrew Sibbald.  As restrictions are removed and cohorts can mix, we will look to resume clubs.


Sibbald U

Sibbald U is a collection of courses inspired by the passions, interests and talents of students and staff members. Designed like University courses, Sibbald U offers students the opportunity to explore different topics and cross curricular competencies such as thinking critically, identifying and solving complex problems, identifying and applying career and life skills, applying multiple literacies, demonstrating good communication skills and working cooperatively with others.  

Each course runs in a multiage environment including students from Grade 1 to Grade 6. The courses take place during class time for one hour each session. This year, students had the opportunity to participate in two rounds of Sibbald U. 


Solar Power Initiative

This was an initiative that began in 2014-15 by the school environment club. The school received a grant from the BP Energy Group to install a solar panel that would help reduce our carbon footprint.  The impact of our solar panel can be on the website



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