The Grade 3-4 students were asked to write about how they could bring God’s Kingdom to TCS. This is what we came up with! “We can play with the lonely kids on the playground.” – Petra “We can share things and NO more fighting!”..
The Grade 3-4 class led us in a wonderful chapel this morning. They performed 3 plays that they had written about how we can build God’s Kingdom at TCS and in our community. Save
“2, 4, 6, 8, We think math is really great!” This cheer could be heard loud and clear from the gym on Wednesday morning, as students participated in our annual Math Fair. Before we got this point, the Grade 6/7/8 class spent a mo..
As we approached Remembrance Day, the Grade 1&2 class reflected on what Remembrance Day meant to them. Through various stories and pictures, they were introduced to what the poppy meant, and why we celebrate Remembrance Day in Canada. Whil..
Today we had the pleasure of worshiping together with students from Redeemer Christian High School. Our praise was loud! Our students joined in with seven guitars, 10 ukuleles, a keyboard, a drum set, the box drum, the kindergarten..
Here is a short video clip of our morning Chapel with Redeemer Christian High School. The students are singing “Build God’s Kingdom Here” by Rend Collective, which is our school’s theme this year.
This morning the Grade 1&2 class led our monthly chapel. They shared the parable of the mustard seed, and talked about how we can build our faith from only the tiniest of seeds. We watched a short play put on by some of the Gr 2 girls, and..
Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Psalm 100:1-2 There are many reasons why students are taught how to play instruments at school: Playing an instrument helps stud..
Did you know that an owl does not have teeth, but it has 2 stomachs? Students in Kindergarten and Grade 3-4 have been learning many interesting things about owls – the Kindergarteners in their Snowy Owl Unit and the Grade 3-4 students by..
By Monique Wissink, Manager of Timmy’s Place My visit to TCS was a fun and informative one with the help of my tour guide, Kaylin. As I entered each classroom I was greeted by smiling faces. One little redheaded girl giggled as s..