Student Supports


  • We believe that all students learn best in an inclusive classroom with their peers.
  • In an inclusive school, all students have the support they need to participate in learning and school life, to have a sense of belonging, and to benefit from school.
  • Teachers gather information about all their students’ learning, things they do well and things that are hard, and use that information to help students learn.
  • When teachers are worried about a child's learning, they make changes to their teaching to help children learn. If that doesn’t work, they work with their school team to figure out how they can help the child learn.
  • When children have a disability or need extra support, the school support team works together to provide the right supports for the child’s needs.
  • When school teams need help understanding and planning for a child, they can get help from community or school division supports, with parent’s permission.
  • If you are worried about your child’s progress talk to your child’s teacher first.


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