With a variety of resources available at no cost through Open School BC and LearnNowBC, parents can help keep their children engaged in learning. Our learning process consists of numerous improvements which can benefit your children. Our goal is to help them receive the best education our state and school can provide. Over the years, we have improved our teaching programs, so now offer a lot of teaching materials and teaching methods.

While the resources are not a substitute for the learning that occurs through our schools, they provide some opportunities for students to learn at home. With the improved version of teaching materials, students now have an opportunity to learn at home. It is especially beneficial for students who have some disabilities. Our courses all them to gather knowledge, without attending the school regularly. For the most successful student and for those who want to challenge their knowledge, we have prepared various certificates.

Students may also want to consider taking First Aid certification, Foodsafe Level 1 or other recognized certificates.

Young Learners

Fun, interactive games and activities for young learners: http://learnnowbc.ca/learningcentre/

Elementary Students

There are free texts available for download at: http://www.openschool.bc.ca/k12/student.html

There are interactive project-based activities at: http://www.openschool.bc.ca/k12/oer.html

Secondary Students

There are interactive project-based activities including Grade 8 geometry, environmental education and biology: http://www.openschool.bc.ca/k12/oer.html

A variety of Grade 10–12 resources are available for self-study including math, writing and personal interest courses: http://ocr.openschool.bc.ca/#sthash.8uJ4Xj7E.dpbs

French Immersion and Core French Students

A resource for students in French programs is available through Canadian Parents for French: http://bc-yk.cpf.ca/resources/for-parents/2014-strike-resource-for-students-in-french-programs/


Resources for parents are available on LearnNowBC: http://learnnowbc.ca/Parent_Information_Centre/default.aspx

School districts often have resources available for parents. For more information on your school district, please visit https://www.discoveryourschool.gov.bc.ca/schooldistricts

For additional resources from the Ministry of Education on physical education, healthy living, math, reading and writing, please visit http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/topic.page?id=DF6CEEB67A754B9CBC61578E5F517CD5

For more information, please contact:

Vancouver: 604-660-2421

Victoria: 250-387-6121

Elsewhere in B.C.: 1-800-663-7867

Outside B.C.: 604-660-2421

Telephone Device for the Deaf (TDD)

Vancouver: 604-775-0303

Elsewhere in B.C.: 1-800-661-8773