Our Curriculum

Curriculum Program

  • Religion and Family Life
  • Full day Junior and Senior Kindergarten (Full Day Early Learning Program - September 2011)
  • Language Arts
  • Primary Literacy Support (Special Assignment Teacher)
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Social Studies
  • The Arts
  • Health & Physical Education
  • French as a Second Language (Grades 4-8)
  • Instrumental Music (Grades 7-8)
  • Design and Technology (Grades 7-8)
  • Family Studies (Grades 7-8)
  • Computers In the Classroom

Special Needs Students

  • Learning Assistance Class (Grade 4-8)
  • Classroom Resource Program (K-8)
  • Teacher for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Co-Curricular Program

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Track & Field
  • Cross Country
  • Student Parliament
  • Winter elective program (Grades 7-8)
  • Morning announcers
  • Office helpers
  • Choir

Divisional Events

St. Hubert School Divisional Events info has been developed to provide parents with a guideline of classroom activities.

Students are provided with programs that will capture their interest and prepare them for a lifetime of learning required to meet these goals. The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8 outlines the knowledge, skills, and high standards of learning.

Primary Division (JK, SK, Grades 1-3)

Reading readiness, early intervention, speech and language screening, parent information/education, determining learning styles, developmental reading assessments (SK - grade 3), CAT results, EQAO results, shared and guided reading, balanced literacy programs (grades 1-3) and use of School Improvement Plan goals to monitor individual student learning.

Junior Division (Grade 4-6)

On-going assessment (developmental reading assessment), CAT results, EQAO results, CASI results, developing the reading-writing connection, appropriate levelled texts, focused instruction, identifying the at-risk reader, use of learning styles surveys to support differentiated instruction, Numeracy assessments as outlined in our Board delivery plan and use of School Improvement Plan goals to monitor individual student learning.

Intermediate Division (Grade 7, 8)

Levelled texts appropriate to literature studies, literature circles, reading in the content areas, strategy based teaching for at risk students, developmental reading assessment, CAT results, reading intervention programs, Numeracy assessments as outlined in our Board delivery plan and use of School Improvement Plan goals to monitor individual student learning.

This information is communicated to parents regularly through student agendas, phone calls, report cards, student work samples as well as formal and informal evaluations.