Programs

Programs

Programs

Queen Elizabeth II Public School is also very pleased to offer the following programs:

Early Bird Program

Better Beginnings Better Futures offers a Play Program which gives children a place to do their homework, play and connect with the staff. To learn more please call 705.671.1941 or click on the following link: betterbeginningssudbury.ca/programs.htm

Kids’ Club (After School Program)

Better Beginnings Better Futures offers this after school program which operates five days a week for children who are between four and eight years of age.  The program allows children to participate in a wide variety of structured activities while allowing them to grow and be nurtured in a safe and confidential environment.  The program offers homework support, creative and educational games, sports, arts and crafts, outings, educational time on the computers, leadership activities, cultural celebrations, art projects, and nutritious snack served on a daily basis according to the Nutrition Guidelines set out by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.  Throughout the year, the children participate in a variety of different shows and exhibits.  Parents and friends are welcome to attend as well as the public at large and admire their work and the satisfaction of a job well done.  They develop a strong sense of belonging, form significant bonds with the adults and children that support them, and achieve success.  For more information call (705) 671-1941 or click on the Better Beginnings Better Futures link on this page.  Better Beginnings Better Futures also offers the O’Connor Park after school program for children nine to 13 years of age.

Frontier College

Frontier College works with the Students for Literacy to offer the following programs at Queen Elizabeth II Public School:

  • Homework Club: a group of tutors work with a selected group of learners during an end-of-school day program once weekly.
  • One-to-One Tutoring: a tutor is paired with an individual learner to develop reading, learning, and literacy skills. Tutors and learners meet for one hour weekly during the school day.
  • Recess Clubs: a math games club (gr. 3-6) and book club (gr. 4-6) are available once a week during nutrition break for students to gather, learn and have fun with some of the tutors from the program.

A Learner Registration Form must be completed for consideration. Enrollment is limited as it is dependent on the number of tutors allotted to the school. For more information, contact the Special Education Resource Teacher at 705.675.6198.

Rainbow School Programs

For more information on Rainbow Schools programs, please reference the links below.

Character Development
French Immersion/Core French
French Immersion/Core French Toolbox
FSL Homework Toolbox
First Nation, Métis and Inuit Education (FNMI)
Anishinaabewin Toolkit
Kindergarten and the Early Learning Program
Special Education
Message for Parents/Guardians
Programs and Services
The Special Education Team
Glossary, Categories and Definitions
Teachers
Students & Parents
FAQs
Student Success

Other Resources

French Immersion/Core French Toolbox
FSL Homework Toolbox website