Elementary students learn a wide range of curriculum subjects while practicing teamwork, respect and individual responsibility. Intellectual and academic discipline along with life skills are learned and emphasized through participation in a varliety of activities throughout the school day.
Parents, you can read and review the Curriculum Guide for grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 here.
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There are three first grade homerooms and students undertake a wide range of projects during their studies. All first grade students participate in field trips and there are several concerts throughout the academic year where students can showcase their musical skills.
Here,1st graders perform the play, Edwina and the penguins save the world.
There are three second grade classes and all students study a wide range of topics and projects. Students also participate in special concerts and celebrations and go on field trips throughout the year. Read more here... [more]
Third grade students enjoy a wide range of classroom activities and work on many different projects throughout the year as well as taking part in field trips, concerts and social events. Read more here...
Fourth grade students enjoy a wide range of activities. One of the key areas fourth grade students are currently studying is Global Issues. Read more here...
In fifth grade, students learn about the American Revolution in Social Studies classes and in June each student gives a speech on the American Revolution from the perspective of either a British, French or American key player. Students also study Second World War fiction and enjoy the rare opportunity of hearing and meeting speakers who share their experiences of life during World War II. Read more here...
The Young Authors Festival is an annual event at Marymount, hosted by our Libary and Parent Teacher Organization. Marymount has had the great pleasure of welcoming many award winning authors and poets to the school. In June 2008, American author Jack Gantos visited the school and opened the festival. Our guest speaker at the opening of our festival in 2007 was the famous Irish storyteller, Niall de Burca. Niall had visited the school in 2006 on Saint Patrick's Day and was so popular, that we invited him back! Read more here...[more]
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