Bright Hope Program
Programming specifically tailored to the growing needs of elementary and middle school aged students – attending to the “whole child”, while prioritizing social, emotional and academic learning.
The Bright Hope | SFA program is a community and school-wide children’s initiative tailored to the needs of Black students and families in the Region of Peel. Through advocacy and pathway planning supports, the Initiative encompasses an accelerated learning project for dis-advantaged, low income, and underserved black students, who are enrolled in grades 2 to 6 or between the ages of 7 to 12 years of age.
Our Wonder Initiative focuses on engaging, and inspiring elementary to middle school students ages 8 – 14 to explore science and technology. Through STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, technology) related workshops we hope to equip students with 21st century skills, and spark future career pathways
Bright Hope – A.S.A.P (After School Accelerated Program) is a school-based project focused on developing Early Literacy skills for Grades K – 5 students. The four components of the program include: curriculum (literacy), instruction of skills, student development and relationships. Through this collaborative we have tailored the program to meet the needs of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color), and marginalized students and their families. Our instructional strategies are culturally responsive and anti-oppressive — and attends first and foremost to student’s socio-emotional needs, that would in turn prepare them to get the most out of any academic tutorial (remedial and or enrichment) service offered to them. Our socio-emotional support programming has been developed to be infused into the academic support to achieve best results.