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Prairie Sky School Vision

We educate children holistically through Art, Community, and Nature.

Our Purpose ~ To deliver the Saskatchewan Curriculum through:

Art … where our curriculum is integrated with visual and performing arts offering mindfulness, expression, and creativity in a natural, beautiful, and purposeful environment.

Community … by nurturing an ethic of support and care:

  • As individuals, we are open, empathetic, and socially responsible.
  • We foster inclusive, holistic relationships that start with individuals then blossom out into the larger community and world.

Nature … through an indigenous lens we care for:

  • The Natural World: We foster our interconnection to the natural world; land, place, people.
  • Human Nature: We celebrate the balance of Head, Heart, and Hands (critical thinking/academics, social/emotional learning, experiential learning/real-life skills) and support the freedom to be who we are.
  • The Nature of Learning: We honour our students’ intrinsic desire to learn and thrive in a safe and holistic environment with effective leadership.

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As our Rosebuds and Starflowers have been learning more about mental health, they were eager to share their discoveries with their big buddies from the Fireweeds Class and our friends at the Princess Care Home. Last week, we walked there and enjoyed three different stations all about feelings. At one station, big buddies could read "feeling stories"; at another station we painted feelings our hearts have felt; and at the last station, we made feeling faces out of playdough and seeds to show a wide array of different emotions. Then we enjoyed some time to play with the Fireweeds at the park. ... See MoreSee Less

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We were finally able to raise the tipi again. A couple of our local community members were able to assist in the process and share information about the meaning behind the tipi and the symbolism of the 13 tipi poles. Once the tipi was up, the Taproots were able to participate in smudging the tipi and singing to bless the tipi. All the Prairie Sky students were able to participate in and/or observe the raising and blessing of the tipi. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our 'Kitty Cat' just told us last weekend that she was sad the tipi wasn't up yet. Way to go!!

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