Thursday, 25 August 2016

Our Last Hurray Field Trip

The Tawa gang loaded up on the yellow school bus and took off for Kids Quarterz.
We had a ton of fun as can be witnessed in these photographs. The crew busily played with all the equipment that this facility offers.
The gang came back and gobbled up their lunch so quickly and excitedly shared all about their fun day with parents. Oh, to be so lucky to be playing with our friends and teachers. It was the one of the best field trips this summer!

Monday, 22 August 2016


On a rainy day when the out-of-schoolers could not go outside, the crew decided that they wanted to practice singing and dancing for the grandmas and grandpas at the Churchill Manor and the Grey Nuns Hospital. The children will be visiting there soon to perform for the patients, staff and visitors.
These performances allow inter-generational experiences for the children and are appreciated by the community. It is a rewarding exercise for all. BRAVO!

Friday, 19 August 2016


The Tawa gang was fortunate to visit Tree House indoor playground recently.
The gang explored the entire facility and had a blast. Children were busy and had a fun time with their siblings, friends and teachers. They cannot wait to go again to the Tree House.
The Out-of-School Care children later drew pictures and wrote stories about their experience on this field trip.
Don’t you wish you were there with us?

Tuesday, 16 August 2016


The Tawa toddlers enjoy playing musical instruments in the play room.
Children are interested in playing the drums and the guitar all the time. They want to listen to the cd player and learn new songs.
An art activity that allowed the children to glue and paste was offered and the Tawa toddlers had a great time decorating a musical note.
 Some great musicians will emerge from our crew of Tawa toddlers, for sure!

Thursday, 11 August 2016


Sergeant Clayton Wilburn who works with the K Division of the RCMP visited the crew at Tawa and gave us a great presentation on safety.
Tawa Out-of-School and preschoolers were excited to see an officer in full uniform and they wanted to know about his “toys”. He showed us his whistle, telephone and the magic stick (the baton) and he brought over some cool posters. The crew learned about personal and street safety.
Sergeant Wilburn was impressed with the children’s knowledge about street signs and safety information. The gang was equally impressed with his handcuffs and baton.
Certainly a cool afternoon spent with an impressive officer!