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​​​​​​​Learning Priorities

Our school's planning document is aligned with Saskatoon Public School's strategic plan​. Academic excellence, character, engagement and well-being of students are at the centre of the plan, approved by trustees of the Saskatoon Public Schools Board of Education. The plan highlights the vision of knowing, valuing and believing in each student. It emphasizes Saskatoon Public Schools' commitment to creating learning experiences that inspire all students to reach their potential and the importance of relationships, equity and accountability.
At Brevoort Park School, we value intellectual curiosity and lifelong learning in a space that is safe and open to all.
We are pleased to offer strong arts education and physical education programs to all students. Band begins in Grade 6. An English as an Additional Language​ program serves to support the many new Canadian families at our school who require additional support to learn English. We value diversity through inclusiveness and a strong focus on parental engagement. We gather to learn each day on Treaty 6 Territory and the traditional homeland of the Métis People. Learning to honour treaty relationships and responsibilities, and Indigenous ways of knowing, are a valued part of the programming at our school. 

Brevoort Park School is currently a pilot school for two important initiatives: Citizenship Education and the piloting of mathematics instructional resources through the MathUP! curricular materials. 

Opportunities for Care

We are fortunate to house an Early Learning and Child Care centre and Before and After School Care program run by the Parents' Child Development Co-operative.

Community Involvement

Our school benefits greatly from the ongoing support extended to us by our parent and community groups (e.g., Brevoort Park School Community Council​, The Friends of Brevoort Park and Brevoort Park Community Association). These parent and community groups provide integral support for our academic and wellness initiatives. Typically, they also work diligently to plan fun family activities, such as a Reading Around the World evening, Camp Out with a Good Book, Book and a Bagel Mornings, Uniting our Community in Numbers math evening, and Fun Night. We greatly appreciate the daily support offered by parents, grandparents and community volunteers. We extend an open invitation to parents and caregivers to become involved in the life of our school. Our school culture continues to be rich and meaningful when our families are a key part of school operations.