2017-2018 continues the Memories of Carisbrooke program for a third year!
Below are are activities in which your children has participated in this program during the year.
In addition, we also fund other personal educational opportunities for our children with programs such as Saleema Noon (igirl/iguy), First Aid and SafeTeen.
And this year we year are including the Edible Garden Project as another educational opportunity!
If you would like to know more about other activities we fund annually, click here.
MEMORIES OF CARISBROOKE
EDIBLE GARDEN PROJECT
This year, the school is working with the Edible Garden Project, letting the kids get outside to explore and learn! They will meet once a month all year to learn more about where food comes from and how it’s grown.
As a pilot project, only four classes have been selected to participate for the 2017/18 school year. We hope to include and grow the number next year.
Check out the Gardening Crew for more information!
INNOVATION FUND - LEGO
CPAC also has an Innovation Fund, for which our librarian, Ms Toms, used some of these funds to build a lego wall in the library. The backing for the wall was purchased through these funds, and lego was donated by families in our Carisbrooke community. Thank you to everyone who donated to make this happen!
The igirl/iguy, Saleema Noon, First Aid, and SafeTeen Programs are funded by CPAC annually to teach our children about personal safety for themselves and others.
This year we have added ikid for K-3 students. iKid is a playful, engaging and interactive empowerment workshop that teaches 5-8 year old kids the practical skills to create a respecful, kind and playful school environment.
Comments from 2016-2017 from our Students & Teachers
“We learned that a cyber bully was a bad thing.
We learned that there are lot of mean people on the internet.
We learned to not post pictures of anywhere near our house.
We learned how to tell somebody to stop being mean.
We learned that boys can do girl things.
We learned to not tease anyone.
Thank you PAC for allowing us to do this workshop.”
Excerpts from a thank-you note from students in the 2017 iGuy Workshop.