Customized learning for the young and young at heart!

 Tutoring Core Subject Areas:

WestView Learning is able to provide 1-1 tutoring to support learners ages 6-15. Please complete the form below and we will be happy to provide a suggested course of support for your learner.


 

Special Interest Group Learning Events:

WestView Learning is able to provide group instruction limited to 3-8 students on a variety of curriculum related topics.  Special Interest Learning Group Events are multi-age inquiry based learning scenarios.  We develop inquiry related projects that allow students to start from a common foundation, yet build their course of study based on age level, personal skills, and personal interests.  Students are guided through the project using the elements of Assessment for Learning – so they are active participants in shaping their learning course to meet the needs of their current learning responsibilities.

Learning Workshops Fall 2017:

Lego EV3 Robotics Challenges: Join a group of robot enthusiasts for a day long robotics challenge using Lego’s EV3 Robots on most Friday evenings each month.  Girls and boys will work in groups to tackle the challenge of FIRST Lego Leagues’ Hydro Dynamics World Challenge.  Course runs from 6:00 – 8:30.

Jr. Lego – City Builders with Lego Boost Robots:  Join a group of like minded lego lovers to co-create a unique city where Boost Robots meander the street while under taking a variety of tasks. Course runs Saturday mornings from 10-Noon.

Writers, Illustrators, Animators Class:  Students are encouraged to create through a variety of formats as outlined in the BC Ministry of Education’s Language Arts Curriculum, Grades 3+ (specific to each registrant).  Through fiction and non-fiction tasks, students will further their understanding of how language works in creative tasks involving elements of science, socials, current events, and special interests. Tuesday mornings, 10:30-12:30 beginning September 19th.

Famous Inventors Like Me: After exploring the varied inventor’s life of Canadian Alexander Graham Bell, students will choose a passion project to develop their own area of scientific invention. Friday mornings, 9:30 – 11:30 beginning September 15th.

The Music In You: Each month introduces a different theme, and each week we will examine a sub genre within that theme. We will listen to music, explore sounds, write, create, draw, paint and experience how music affects us in our everyday life.  Wednesday mornings  –  learn more!

Note:  Addition small group programs can be designed upon the request of a parent group.