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Learning Stories

Below are a variety of video learning stories showing how Surrey Christian School is Educating for Wholeness.

We believe that our mission statement, Educating for Wholeness by Engaging God’s World in the Servant Way of Jesus, is an invitation for our students and staff to partner with God in the restoring of his Kingdom, in the making of all things new.

How do teachers design learning experiences with this mission statement in mind? Click on a few examples below that show how learning becomes tangible at Surrey Christian School.

Grade 6 FLEx with the Fraser Valley Gleaners

Mrs. Peter’s grade 6 class partnered with the Fraser Valley Gleaners, raising money to help continue their amazing work! This is an example of how a Formational Learning Experience can help meet a real need in the community.

FLEx: Community Building with International Students

Educating for Wholeness using Formational Learning Experiences (FLEx). At Surrey Christian School, we use FLEx opportunites to engage in “real work that meets a real need for real people.” As part of her grade 12 “Vocation in the Kingdom of God” class, Deborah worked with English language learners, building community during a difficult Covid pandemic year.

Grade 7 Leadership and Community Building Day

The grade 7 class spent the day at təmtəmíxʷtən/Belcarra Regional Park doing a variety of leadership and community building activities. “On a day like today, Educating for Wholeness is being a leader with integrity.”

Storyline: Mosaic Tree

We’re beginning a series of videos on the different ways teachers introduce ‘storyline’. Teachers use the language of storyline as a theme that runs through each class, “connecting learners and learning to God’s story.” This video shows an example from grade 4: ‘Mosaic’.

Storyline: Gifted to Give

This Storyline video shows a grade 2 teacher, Mrs. Smith, introducing their storyline in the first week of school: ‘Gifted to Give.’

FLEx: Cloverdale Community Kitchen

Educating for Wholeness using Formational Learning Experiences (FLEx). We use FLEx to engage in “real work that meets a real need for real people.” Ms. Vander Heiden’s students (along with other classes) have been engaging ‘real people’ at the Cloverdale Community Kitchen for many years in a variety of ways.

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