Our grade 4 class visited Little Canada on Wednesday March 8th! During this trip, students saw how science, technology, engineering and art were used to build a miniature of Toronto, Ottawa, Golden Horseshoe, Niagara and Quebec. Students also interacted with the artists, engineers, and destination experts during their visit. At this field trip students looked at different mechanisms like pulleys and gears and learned how different uses of matter-energy like light and sound improved lives. The students were taught how the Canadian environment, human activities, and resources affect habitats and communities. Students also got an opportunity to see visual arts,
On February 8th, Al Haadi School organized a snow tubing field trip to some of the best snow tubing hills in Ontario. Check out some pictures and videos below.
A library is not just a place that houses books, it is a place where children learn to explore and imagine a world beyond their own.
Grade 2s are currently learning about simple machines in science and they were able to practically apply their knowledge whilst engineering pulleys, gears and inclined planes with Lego.
Kinders had a successful trip to the Superstore on December 9th 2022. We started off by visiting the customer service area. The store manager, Jordan, greeted us and gave us a tour of the whole store.
Al Haadi School students visited the Royal Ontario Museum and Ripley’s Aquarium on Wednesday October 26th, 2022. We would like to thank all the staff as well as parent volunteers who came to assist during the trip.
Al Haadi School students visited the Ontario Science Center on Thursday March 31th 2022. Students had a great time exploring the Bug Lab exhibition, as well as the Space Hall, KidSpark, The Living Earth, Weston Family Innovation Centre and the AstraZeneca Human Edge exhibits.