Ontario curriculum with an alternative approach
Older students helping younger students, parents sharing their skills, hands-on activities, community outings and an accent on real-life learning and discovery. The Adventure Class at Queen Victoria School delivers standard Ontario curriculum in an innovative and alternative format.
In the NEWS
Globe and Mail - Including exercise breaks during class time seen as a way to boost learning
CKWS News - "Heroes of Education" Series
"Teaching outside the box garners award"
Sheryl Parker Named Educator of the Year
Teacher of the Year Award Pictures 2010
• Stream of Dreams
Pictures (click here)
• Abbey North Drummers (click here)
• Learning about Hanukkah
• Loaf and Ladle
• Family Day (click here)
• Adventure Class Parent Honoured by School Board
What parents are saying . . .
Map to Queen Victoria School
Frequently Asked Questions
Adventure Class brochure (pdf, 900 kb)
How to register New family (pdf)
New family (doc)
Returning family (pdf)
Returning Family (doc)
Queen Victoria School is a Healthy Active School!
Classroom volunteers: Remember to look at the classroom volunteer schedules posted on the doors of the Primary and Junior classrooms. Please sign up for times when you can volunteer in the classroom. If you have questions, contact
Deb Tomlinson and Jen Goettler , Volunteer Coordinator.
Mon. Nov. 24th - Pr. Jack Grunsky Concert
Fri. Nov. 28th - PA Day (no school for students)
What students are saying . . .
Jr. Class teacher updates
Pr. Class teacher updates
Email: Main Office at Queen Victoria School
Phone: +1 613 968-4547
Queen Victoria School home page
If you are interested in the program and want additional information please contact:
• Corrina Green 613-243-4077
• Craig Oliver 613-920-3838
• Queen Victoria School, 613-968-4547 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Transportation is not provided although may be available on existing routes.