For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, students continued learning in the great outdoors amidst the beautiful changing colours. We’ve seen an outdoor classroom, amazing keychain creations, math with elbow buddies and students having the opportunity to see how vaccines are made. An accomplishing week for all!
Taking full advantage of the beautiful weather and nearby woods at Chapel Hill School.
The Guardian Angels School students are so grateful to be learning outside and enjoying the splendid Fall weather.
Thanksgiving has passed but the St. Kateri Tekakwitha School students still have so much to be grateful for including gym outdoors.
St. Isidore School students are enjoying their outdoor learning space.
Using critical thinking and creativity led these St. Anne School students to make these beautiful keychains.
Lots of seasonal sorting is happening at St. Philip School.
The St. George School students express their gratitude in different languages including braille.
How creative that the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School students were able to incorporate lego with a reading from the bible.
Math problems are easy for Thomas D’Arcy McGee School students when you have help from your elbow buddy.
The Lester B. Pearson High School students benefited from a presentation by an author to hone their writing skills.
What an interesting lesson for the Holy Trinity High School students to learn how vaccines are made.
Great opportunity for the DE Students at St. Paul High School to flex their muscles.
A wonderful opportunity for an outdoor lesson for the students at St. Rita School.