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.
Congratulations to Annis for getting second place in the Surrey Youth Writing Contest! Annis is a grade 10 student at Surrey Christian School who used an English class project as a springboard to write and illustrate a graphic novel about her experience moving to Canada.
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.
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.