The outdoor playground of the Woodview Learning Centre received an exciting update thanks to a generous legacy gift by Anne Martini!
The joy of the holiday season is upon us. However, the disruption in routine can be overwhelming for children with sensitivities. Unfamiliar sights, interrupted schedules, new foods, and loud celebrations can present challenges. As the holiday season approaches, it is wise to educate your family members on what to expect at family gatherings throughout the holiday season.
Up until now most of our blog posts have been about academics, classroom content, and other school topics. While these are important, they only capture a portion of Woodview Learning Centre. We also believe that learning needs to be fun, different, and thoughtful.
It is that time of year in our little school with a big heart; the graded report cards have been sent out. Our school has long prided ourselves as being focused on individual education for each child. But what do letters and percentages mean in a private school with a modified, accommodated, or alternative curriculum?
The reports have gone out, they may look different than other schools, and the content may be different as well. You had hopes that the work that was done over the summer would show. Or perhaps you hoped the rest you gave them over the summer would refresh them for the beginning of the year. Some of you may be celebrating successes, and others may be encountering obstacles. In this blog post we are getting to talk about what it means for both sets of parents, guardians, and families.
This session provides an introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). Participants will learn about preventative strategies to diffusing situations and managing behaviours and the basics of the function of behaviour.…
This session will provide participants with an overview of OAP service as per the Ministry of Children and Youth Services mandate: programs and services that can be accessed, what the Ministry of Children and Youth…