About Us

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Welcome to Ryerson Elementary School located in London, Ontario, Canada.

Located in old North London, Ryerson Public School serves a community of approximately 400 students from diverse backgrounds.  Currently we are also the holding school for students who live in the growing Richmond Hill and Sunningdale subdivisions, and those students are transported by school bus to and from school.  Built in 1916, we have a long tradition of academic excellence which we continue to provide to our students.

We have outstanding parental and community support, and strong value is placed on academics, the arts, and sports by our school community. Our motto, "Excellence in Action" epitomizes our school characteristics.

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Our school goals emphasize building resilience with a focus on developing math skills.

Our strong volunteer program provides excellent additional support to our students.  Our dedicated School Council provides support to our staff and students and fosters increased community involvement in our school.  They strongly support curriculum initiatives and help to purchase additional learning materials and resources to benefit our students. The Before and After School program and evening recreational programs provide further support to our community.

Our school colours are navy blue and gold.  Our mascot is "Lightning" the Raven.

School Goal

To Improve Student Achievement (JK - 8) in Mathematics and Literacy by producing resilient, empowered learners capable of higher level thinking. 

Extra Curricular Activities:

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Ryerson has extensive co-instructional programs which involve many students at all grade levels, including;

Math Club, Computer Club, Chess Club, Library Club, Hall Monitors, Year Book Club, Dance Club, Skipping Club, House Leagues, Cross Country Team, Track and Field Team, Volleyball Team (Boys and Girls) Basketball Team (Boys and Girls),  Orchestra, Primary, Junior, and Senior Choir.

Noteworthy Items Below are highlights of the Ryerson school calendar:

Meet the Teacher Event--- School Book Fairs--- Jump Rope for Heart Event--- Mayfair--- Author Visits--- Oral Communications Events--- Christmas Wish Tree--- "Best of the Flock" Incentive Program--- Music Nights--- Education Week Events


Measures of Student Achievement and Success At Thames Valley

We believe that assessment and evaluation of student achievement are integral parts of the learning process. Information gathered through assessment and evaluation helps teachers to determine students' strengths and weaknesses in their achievement of the curriculum expectations. It also serves to guide teachers in adapting curriculum and instructional approaches to students' needs and in assessing the overall effectiveness of programs and classroom practices.

A variety of methods are used to gauge student progress including: teacher observation, classroom tests, projects and other examples of student work.

For more information on our school's provincial assessment results, visit the Education Quality and Accountability Office.

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