Primary Program Details
- When a child turns 5 years of age between January 1 and December 31 of any given year, he or she can register to start Kindergarten in September of that same year
- The K–3 Primary Program follows the BC Ministry of Education guidelines and curriculum. See Curriculum at a Glance.
- Students learn at their own pace; programming is based on student interest, strengths, and learning needs
- Project-based and inquiry-based learning is strongly encouraged and often encompasses multiple subject areas
- Remedial support is provided and resources are suggested based on individual need
- The K–3 program is flexible and we understand the unique needs of the individual learner
- There are many instructional options, resources, and learning activities to choose from to best suit the needs and learning style of your child
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The EBUS Primary Program provides:
- Dedicated, caring teachers committed to your student’s success.
- Ongoing, personalized feedback and interaction with your OLT (Online Teacher)
- Flexibility and choice.
- A BC public school, we follow BC Ministry of Education curriculum.
- Access to Moodle/BrightSpace grade-level classrooms and teacher homerooms containing a variety of resources, sites, activities, and project-ideas in all subject areas which align to the curriculum
- Support and guidance for promoting the development of strong numeracy and literacy skills
- Access to a wide variety of Ministry approved online programs and subscriptions to support learners in reading, math, science, world events, and more. (See Subscription List).
- Regular v-classes (virtual classes) that engage students in their learning and strengthen the sense of community by bringing learners together
- Free student activity books (student planner, Friends For Life, Heartsmart Kids, Strong Nations readers)
- iPads for students enrolling in Kindergarten as part of our iPad lender program.
- We strive to offer a wide variety of field trips and special events held locally in the Central Interior, as well as in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.
- Up to $600 available funding for lessons (third-party services)
- Access to Special Education resources and support.
- First Nations (Aboriginal Education) resources, funding, tutoring support, and cultural events.
- Our teachers take part in ongoing Pro-D and learning opportunities relevant to distance learning