Grade 7 students had their drumsticks tapping today in music class today. Currently in their bucket drumming unit, Mr. Mason led the class through some fun activities as students developed their left and right-hand techniques!
This morning, students in Mrs. Johnston's primary TEAM class took a body break from their reading assessments. The children enjoyed a game of Would you Rather...? as they showed their choices with stretches, hops, and jumps! After the game, is was back to more ...
Repetition and daily practice are important aspects of an individualized reading programme. Every morning, Ms. van Beers practises different elements of the programme with her Primary TEAM students. This morning, she worked with Emma on a a sight word-based reading ...
We are celebrating our 40th anniversary this year by sharing memories and telling our story. We are proud to share with you the first instalment in this series of videos that looks back on Mentor College & TEAM School.
Watch the first instalment of the video!
We are celebrating our 40th anniversary this year by sharing memories and telling our story. We are happy to share episode 2 with you! In this instalment, we hear about the connections formed between staff and students and the beginning of a school community!
We love the creativity and spirit our High School students and staff have shown today for Anything But A Backpack Day!
TEAM school has completed this year's election cycle and we are excited to post a picture from the very first meeting of the entire council. Students involved in parliament will have the opportunity to put their own stamp on the school year. Mr. Dorey and Ms. Passi ...
The TEAM School Thanksgiving Food Drive concluded today. We are so proud of our TEAM School Student Parliament members for organizing this event and super grateful for our amazing community who helped to make it successful! In addition to the non-perishable items ...
During mindfulness class, the children in Ms. Gerlai's class came up with a list of things to keep them calm: taking a nap, getting a squeezy hug, reading a book, taking a bath, walking, smelling something sweet, or drawing a picture.
A calming activity close to ...
The Grade 4s completed their unit on Rocks by growing beautiful crystals. Students designed their crystal forms into necklaces, animals, Christmas tree ornaments, and they even crystalized a car!
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