We will "Make A World Of A Difference".
We are proud to offer new classroom presentations and workshops that enable students to build on past diversity-and-inclusion lessons. Our offerings encourage further examination of any stereotypes students may have, challenge their assumptions, and provide them with the tools they'll need to develop a better understanding of the value of our diverse Canadian society and their role within it.
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School Presentations & Workshops
Hey teachers and schools!
The "Valuing Our Differences" presentation covers:
Who is the workshop for?
Our workshops are being offered to all teachers and students of middle schools and high schools throughout Greater Saint John.
What does the workshop include?
The workshop delivery meets the needs of various learning styles. A Power Point presentation, open dialogue and engaging activities for participants challenge the assumptions that often lead to stereotypes and discrimination. Teachers and students are asked for reflective feedback on the content, which is valuable for moving forward in addressing issues that may arise in the future.
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River Valley Middle School
Harbour View High School
Simonds High School
St Stephen High School
Forest Hills School
Saint John the Baptist King Edward
Forest Hills School Grades Kindergarten to 5
St Malachy’s High School
The Learning Exchange
Prince Charles School
Barnhill Memorial School
Hampton Middle School
Quispamsis Elementary School
Belleisle High School
Princess Elizabeth School
Bayside Middle School
Rothesay Park School
Lakewood Heights Elementary
Millidgeville North School
Received our school presentations
How to register for a workshop?
Registering for this amazing workshop is easy - just follow the steps below.
1. Click the “Register Now” button
2. Fill out the form
3. Click the “Submit” button
If you need more assistance, contact our Program Coordinator Gary Flanagan at email@example.com or
We accept bookings for school presentations all year long.
Teachers, book now!
Building a better future through education
Student Essay Competition
Students are encouraged to participate in a 1-page-essay contest. Essays will be reviewed and the winners will be notified before the end of the school year.
1st prize - $150.00 • 2nd prize - $100.00• 3rd prize - $50.00