​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.​​​

Program, Focus & Approach

Vision 

Beddington Heights School is a caring community where all learners:

  • Are actively involved in meaningful, authentic and engaging learning opportunities and problems
  • Have opportunities to learn within a personalized learning model, building strong academic skills that equip them to become successful lifelong learners.
  • Are developing the character to do what is right, act morally with wisdom, and balance individual concerns with the rights and needs of others

Values

We value:

  • a positive, strength-based, optimistic, and generous view of students and have high expectations of what they’re capable of learning
  • A strong foundation of knowledge
  • Experiences and opportunities for staff and students to try new things in a safe and orderly learning environment
  • Respect, caring and responsibility for self, others, and the world around us, and their learning
  • The natural problems that occur and our responses to those problems or conflicts
  • Change (however, our values should not change) 

Homework

Parents are encouraged to discuss their child’s daily school activities and to review together the agenda and any activities, projects, books or assignments which are brought home. Parental interest in school work is an important and motivational factor in a child’s success. Homework done well helps the child develop responsibility and self-direction in studies. We follow the guidelines laid out in CBE Administrative Regulation 3066: Homework.

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​Exploring Career Choices

For Grades 5 to 9 at the CBE, we offer Career & Technology Foundations (CTF). This is an inquiry-based, hands-on program that focuses on essential skills common to occupational areas, and our students personalize their learning based on their interests and passions.​​​

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