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.