Tuesday, 7 May 2019
PCS students studied local Indigenous plants in the classroom, and then participated in learning on the land. PCS students and staff walked Rushbrook Trail with Curriculum Specialist Teachers Tannis Calder, and Lori Burger as well as Role Model Chris Nelson. Students studied samples of plants they are researching, and also learned about Traditional Ecological Knowledge and harvesting protocols. It was a great day of learning through experiences!
Thursday, 2 May 2019
UBC students visited Wap Sigatgyet today to learn about the programs and services of the Aboriginal Education Department, as well as to participate in the Math in a Ts'msyen Context workshop. Students played a variety of math games, and explored the locally developed curriculum resources with Curriculum Specialist Teachers, a great day of learning for all!
Students at PRMS worked with Role Model Kari Morgan and Curriculum Specialist Teacher Lori Burger, to create a 3D representation of a bear crest. Students created these projects as part of the Grade 6 cohort of classroom teachers who utilized the unit: Totem Poles and have been participating in a variety of theme based activities for the months of April and May.