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Areas of Learning

The Role of the Priority Practices Department in Supporting Teachers and Students Across the District

At every stage, the Priority Practices department plays a crucial role in supporting teachers and students throughout the district. From our Strong Start Programs (designed for students prior to Kindergarten) to grade 12, our department is dedicated to making a difference.

Our team provides invaluable assistance in a variety of ways, from developing professional learning opportunities to aiding the integration of technology in the classroom. We also help to acquire or create resources for classroom use.

Here are the various Areas of Learning that we support: 

Applied Design, Skills, & Technologies (ADST)

Arts Education

BAA Program

Communicating Student Learning (CSL)

Core French

Early Learning

French Immersion

Indigenous Learning

Intensive French

International Languages

Library Learning Commons



Physical and Health Education (PHE) 


Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)

Social Studies

SOGI-Inclusive Education

For those seeking more information on the B.C. Curriculum, please visit the Ministry of Education & Childcare site or follow the link below:

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