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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    At Lendrum we believe in encouraging children to explore their world.  Various opportunities are available through clubs and activities to challenge our students to step outside their comfort zone with something new, or to achieve mastery in something familiar. We feature Math Club, Science Club, Choir for Div 1 and Div 2, among others.

    100 km Club

    Open to all Lendrum students, this running club is immensely popular with both competitive athletes and recreational enthusiasts alike. We participate in the Harriers races in September/October, as well as the Running Room games in February/March, and the Little Big Run in May. All are welcome to participate. How many kilometres can you run this year?

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    Lendrum School takes pride in offering a stimulating K-6 arts-enriched educational experience that supports and inspires academic, athletic and social growth for each student.  At Lendrum we make extensive use of the performing and visual arts to stimulate imagination and reinforce learning.  Students participate in and enjoy a wide variety of artistic events to foster creativity in further support of academic growth and achievement.  Lendrum hosts varied performances in music, drama, opera, dance and puppetry, in addition to Writers in Residence and Artists in Residence programs, on an annual basis.  These often tie into curriculum making learning fun.

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  • Volunteering


    Parents, university students, peer mentors and community volunteers contribute time, effort and energy to a vast number of Lendrum school projects virtually every day of the week at our school.  Not only does their enthusiasm contribute to an atmosphere of warmth and support that is tremendously beneficial for our students but they do many things to make the school function more smoothly.  Whether it is "Read with Me" mentors for children needing individual attention, or stacks of books needing to be re-shelved, our volunteers cheerfully chip in as valued members of the Lendrum pride.  To ensure student and staff safety, all volunteers are required to register at the office.

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  • School Profile

    School Profile

    École Lendrum School is a dual-track elementary school, offering both English (K-6) and French Immersion (K, 1, and 2) for the 2016/2017 school year.  Our school strives to provide quality learning experiences for all students in a safe, caring, friendly, supportive, and inclusive environment.  We celebrate learning with an arts-enriched curriculum, hosting artists-in-residence and integrating fine arts into other subject areas.  

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  • Instructional Focus

    Instructional Focus

    Our staff has used a variety of methods such as snapshot assessments, report card information and anecdotal observations to establish our Areas of Focus.  Our intent is to focus our efforts on identified areas of need in order to improve student achievement.  This year, our Areas of Focus are as follows:

    In what ways can we meet the needs of our diverse learners in Reading?

    To what extent can we use the PRIDE code of conduct to drive our expectations?

    In what way can we engage the Lendrum Artistic community and greater Edmonton Community to provide learning opportunities for our students?

    Our staff spends time at staff meetings, professional development days, and other meeting times to reflect, discuss, and plan our areas of focus.

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2017-2018 Supply List Grade 1,2,3 and 2017-2018 Supply List Grade 4,5,6

In accordance with the 3 Edmonton Public School Board priorities, our staff has established 3 guiding questions for 2016/17:

1. In what ways can we meet the needs of readers who are below grade level?

2. In what ways do we encourage consistent implementation and student awareness of the PRIDE Code of Conduct to foster citizenship?

3. In what ways can we continue to engage the Lendrum and greater Edmonton artistic community and diversify our artistic partnerships with community members to provide learning opportunities for our students? In what ways can we raise the awareness of the arts program at Lendrum to the community?

We look forward to working with each other in order to answer our guiding questions. If you have any questions regarding these areas of focus, please contact: jason.ludwar@epsb.ca