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Elementary Level

Study Skills

Academic success often depends on an individuals’ personal insight and having the necessary tools. This is an interactive and dynamic 12-week program that is designed to teach students tips, tricks and tools that they can use in their academic environments. Sample topics include time management, effective study techniques and teamwork (group dynamics and conflict resolution).

Social Skills

With a view to the future, this program teaches students the importance of maintaining positive social relations and how to make it a reality. Through discussion, role play and activities students practice how to navigate today’s social complexities on topics such as self-esteem, communication, feelings and anger. This 12-week program encourages students to develop positive communication in their educative, social and familial contexts that they can then carry with them for the rest of their lives.

« Les Présentatrices ont une approche accessible soit avec les élèves soit avec les enseignants. Elles se sont intégrées facilement. On voit qu’elles étaient contente d’être avec nous. »

  • Enseignante, groupe Social Skills Program 2016

“In the social skills group, my son found understanding, tolerance, security, kindness, appreciation and love which brought back his self-esteem.”

Transition Program Elementary to High School

In partnership with Collective Community Services (CCS), our transition program aims to provide support and practical resources to smooth this habitually turbulent time. This 13-week program for grade 6 students utilizes a multifaceted approach to the transition process by covering social, emotional, and scholastic aspects. Topics covered include learning styles, making friends and peer pressure and also stress management and sleep.

“I learned that I am a visual learner, how to get around in school, resources for personal or nonpersonal of where I should go to, how to make friends.” (sic)

– Grade 6 Student, Transition to High School Program 2016

 

High School Level

Study Skills

Academic success often depends on an individuals’ personal insight and having the necessary tools. This is an interactive and dynamic 12-week program that is designed to teach students tips, tricks and tools to help them discover and master their own personal learning styles. Sample topics include time management, effective study techniques and teamwork (group dynamics and conflict resolution).

Transition Program Grade 11

In partnership with Collective Community Services (CCS), our transition program aims to guide and support students on their way out of high school (grade 11) and CÉGEP. This 13-week program provides students with information regarding both post-secondary education and entering the work force. Topics covered include future academic/work options, motivation, budgeting and goal setting. Special guests are routinely invited to lecture students on topics related to their expertise, for example, in 2015 RBC participated in teaching the importance of money and budgeting.