The Clarion Approach
1. Plan Ahead Approach the back-to-school season one week at a time, and have a weekly calendar that everyone in the family can see. This will help ease anxiety and allow you to get into a rhythm. It also helps give family members a sense of what is...read more
Reduce the level of September anxiety and take a look at these simple goals that will help settling back in school.read more
In tandem with our summer activity goals is the summer reading list for project based learning.
Stay fun and engaged this summer.
10 ways to keep your child active, engaged and creative this summer.read more
Clarion aims to build a deep interdisciplinary curriculum that honors the individual strengths of each child and teacher while using ongoing assessments to ensure everyone is thriving.read more
In recent years, educators have put a great deal of emphasis on the importance of helping children develop a growth mindset rather than have a fixed mindset when it comes to understanding their abilities and potential. Teachers and parents play an...read more
There are ways that technology and screen time can make the classroom bigger. But again, screen time has to be used mindfully.read more
It is critical, now more than ever in this exponentially changing world, that children develop a love for continual learning.read more
Annie Barrows, EdTech Integration Specialist at Clarion School has written a wonderful article on the value of innovation for Primary students. Miss Barrows has won the GESS 2017 award for the Best Use of ICT/e-learning in the Classroom for her innovative technology program. She was also a finalist for the GESS innovation in Education Award for 2018.read more
When children are working together towards a common goal rather than competing against one another, they see themselves as part of a group and have a better sense of community.read more