Friday was Pajama Day – a favourite dress-up day here at Timothy Christian School. By 9 o’clock in the morning everyone was in the gym, ready to sing praises to our God. Students in Grade 6-8 did an amazing job as they led us in w..
I believe that journal writing is the perfect differentiated activity to do with a group of students – everyone can write something at their own level. Journal writing in Kindergarten in no exception. After learning all the letters and ..
What an incredible blessing supporters are to Timothy Christian School! Supporters who pray for the school. Supporters who volunteer faithfully at Timmy’s Place. Supporters who donate money so that the school can buy items like chrome bo..
A student’s perspective on the Creative Dance Elective By Siena (Grade 7) Recently, grades 3-6 have been participating in 6 different electives/workshops: Outdoor Education, Little Bits, Box Drum, French Cuisine, Creative Dance, and Pass..
By Sharon Schuler, Board of Directors Chairperson We are very excited to introduce a NEW program at Timothy Christian School — Before and After School Program, provided by Happy Face Nursery School (Williamsburg Location). After m..
Hip Hip Hooray, It’s the 100th Day! On Wednesday, Feb 22nd, the Gr. 1/2 class celebrated one of their favourite days. 100 Day! They had been patiently counting down the days of school to reach the 100th day of school, and could not wait ..
One of our choices for Winter Electives this year was woodworking. Students went off-site to the home of one of their leaders, so that they were able to work in his workshop. With their leaders, Steve Geertsema and Jack VanGilst, they w..
“Bones, bones hard and strong — All connected so nothing goes wrong!” In Kindergarten, we have been learning about our skeletons. We can put a paper skeleton together, knowing where all our major bones are located. Here is w..
Have you even wondered what goes on in a school on the day before March Break? Report cards for Term 2 are finished and everyone is thinking about the week ahead. So what do the teachers an students do all day? Well…… The Kindergar..
For the past few weeks, our Grade 3/4 class has been learning about Italy. We started off learning about the Ancient Romans (the first Italians), and then progressed to learning about modern-day Italy through its economy, geography, and major ..