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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    As a school community we provide the best possible educational programming for our students.

    We believe:

    • In providing a secure and caring environment where every student has the right to develop to his or her full potential and in so doing become a productive member of society.
    • That every child is a special student who develops at his or her own rate and learns in his or her own unique way.
    • That education requires a cooperative and collaborative team effort involving students, staff, parents and community.


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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    School-wide Home Reading

    AMA School Safety Patrol

    Christmas Concert


    Author’s Chair

    Leader in Me

    Tennis lessons

    Physical Education Workshops

    Running Club

    Hockey Club

    Snow shoeing

    Field trips - bowling, wall climbing...

    In-class presentations & guests

    School Leader Jobs and School Leadership Team

    Early Thursday after school programming

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  • Volunteering


    Included in our school are parents and community members who give of themselves greatly in the areas of: school field trips, hot lunches and school events, fundraising in support of school needs, sharing skills and talents, school library, active school sports, and nutritious snacks.

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Inglewood School provides a safe, nurturing, challenging learning environment and helps students to reach their full potential in their social, emotional and academic lives. We provide full-day Kindergarten and Balanced Literacy approaches for all students. Groupings consist of Kindergarten and Grades 1-6 with some combined classes. French as a Second Language is provided for Grades 4 to 6.  Music is studied by all students.

Our focus is on literacy and numeracy, student self-assessment skills, and safety and positive behaviour. Students with special needs are included in all classrooms, and we collaborate with families and the Inclusive Learning Team to provide classroom supports, and Leveled Literacy intervention is also a critical piece provided for some students.  Inglewood School leases space to an out-of-school care partner and to the 124 Street Youth Drop-in Society, and we partner with a large number of community organizations. 

Inglewood is an APPLE school (Alberta Project Promoting active Living & healthy Eating)  and our community goals are:

To develop health-promoting school environments where it is easy for children to make healthy choices.

To improve the eating habits and physical activity levels of students.

To reduce the risk for chronic disease by decreasing obesity and overweight among school children.


Principal's Message

Welcome to Inglewood School.  All staff look forward to building a warm, nurturing and respectful home and school connection.  We invite you to be an active part of our school family.  It is vital that we all work together towards the best possible academic achievement by each and every student. Support to build citizenship in our students is the foundation of our school community. The goal is for each student to develop their learning and leadership potential taking them into high school and beyond.

We practice the 7 Habits of Healthy children each and every day in all that we say and do.