Winter is approaching fast, but that is not stopping kids at Eagle View Elementary from being active and staying healthy outdoors with their brand new, safe, modern and accessible playground.
The 10 winners of the second annual Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education share a commitment to helping British Columbian students succeed.
Approximately 120 students will have an opportunity to build mental health resiliency and develop skills to help them succeed in their life and career goals.
British Columbian children ages eight and under will have access to high-quality early learning experiences that will help ensure they are successful from infancy, thanks to the release of a new provincial early learning guide.
Students at Savory Elementary on the West Shore are joining kids in 101 schools around B.C. who are benefiting from new accessible playgrounds that encourage active learning and healthy lifestyles.
Students and educators throughout B.C. will be able to connect with learning opportunities in science, technology, engineering, art and design, and mathematics (STEAM) through a new network of resources and mentorships.
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