The modern Olympic games strives towards a more peaceful world through sport. At Newton's Grove we celebrate the Olympic Games every four years.
On May 26th we had the opportunity to celebrate once more, and this time at the beautiful and spacious Wildwood Park. Congratulations Jamaica on your win in the park!
Have a look at the pictures from another awesome day where students were able to display their talents, support and sportsmanship.
Because of kids deserve the best we take time to celebrate their talents, strengths, contributions and sportsmanship.
Another successful and awe-inspiring Athletic Banquet has been celebrated by the Newton's Grove community. At Newton's Grove we truly develop each child to cultivate excellence within themselves.
The Junior Division Public Speaking Finals were held in the music room on Tuesday, May 24th. All speakers did an amazing job, and the judges and parents in the audience were very impressed. Well done Juniors, and congratulations!
Students in the high school drama classes are preparing for their "7 Stories" scene performances. They have read and are recreating moments from the famous Canadian play by Morris Panych.
Students and teachers alike are very excited about their new space at 6850 Goreway Drive. Our new location will have unparalleled green space that will provide students with opportunities for learning, athletics and adventure.
Early this week, I had the opportunity to take part of the Girls Empowerment Forum in Ottawa from Sunday to Monday, with 17 other young women from around the country; through Plan International Canada, and Because I am a Girl. During the forum, we discussed issues that were relevant and effected women across Canada, such as reproductive health, education, and the value we put behind our voices. We spent the morning discussing the next term of the Because I am a girl Speakers bureau, and discussed the UN sustainable development goals. We then shared the afternoon with our special guests, where Madam Trudeau asked us in-depth answers and took notes on our responses for future use. It was incredible to be apart of this, and share genuine and intimate conversations with the CEO of Plan international Canada, Caroline Riseboro, and Sophie Trudeau our very own ‘Boss Lady’. As well as have the event facilitated by reporter and Olympian, Rosey Edeh. It was uplifting to share conversations with other like-minded women, and appreciate our different views and perception on the pressing matters of Girls Rights. The forum was very enlightening and I gained new insight into pressing matters. Cheers to young women uplifting and empowering other young women across the globe.
We are very proud of 4 of our students in Junior and Intermediate music
After entering and competing, Michael Husu Grade 6, Justin Yeung Grade 7, Manvir Bhangu Grade 7, and Aryan Puri Grade 8 were selected as Junior Finalist in the Honors Junior Band for the 2016 Middle School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie hall in New York City
These four young students beat out finalists representing 45 U.S. States and Canada.
They will be travelling to New York City in June to perform with the Honour Band at Carnegie Hall. Gentlemen, we are so proud of you! Congratulations!
As we prepare for our new location on Goreway Drive we would like to reflect on a bit of our journey so far...
Newton’s Grove gives back! The Intermediate division worked hard bagging carrots and onions during their trip to the Food Bank.
We are so proud of trumpeter Ayush Puri, saxophonist Aryan Puri and flutist Emily Yeung who on Friday April 29, performed as part of the Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra’s 25th anniversary at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. . The amazing concert also featured the Canadian Brass performing with them. We are so proud of these musicians, and know that they having very promising futures ahead of them. Bravo!