For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, educators and students took to the outdoors to dig, examine and explore Mother Nature with great lessons along the way. End-of-year field trips and a moving Indigenous event at a high school topped off a wonderful week.
The students at St. Elizabeth School quite enjoyed taking their lessons outdoors this week.
There’s just something about lessons outside that the St. John XXIII School students thoroughly enjoyed.
The St. Rita School students didn’t mind digging for answers in their outdoor learning.
The weather was spectacular for a field trip to a farm by Guardian Angels School.
Proud moment at St. Anne School as the Grade 6’s completed testing this week with a smile at the end.
It’s always fun to pick up a new hobby through a lesson in perseverance and building confidence. So proud of these students!
The Indigenous Cultural Experience Day held at St. Francis Xavier High School provided valuable insights, increased cultural awareness, and a deeper appreciation for Indigenous traditions, history, and art.
St. Paul High School students enjoyed an end-of-year field trip to the Bank of Canada.