HERITAGE  EDUCATION

In collaboration with the Island Catholic Schools, the National Historic Site, the Sisters of St. Ann Archives, and the Royal BC Museum; we are offering K-12 students the opportunity to learn about the national heritage of St. Ann’s Academy. 

STUDENT WORK AND TEACHER FEEDBACK FROM VISITS

Teaching Resources

Videos

Recommended Books

 
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A Century of Service

by Edith Down

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Caring and Compassion

by Darlene Southwell

 

SCHOOL VISIT BOOKING FORM

We are pleased to announce that we are taking bookings for class visits to the site for students from Island Catholic Schools. This is a great learning opportunity for students to visit the heritage site and engage in a range of creative activities. They will visit the Interpretive Centre, spend time in the gardens, and if requested, a visit to St. Ann’s pioneer Convent and School House situated at the Royal BC Museum can be arranged. This is a great way for students to learn about the history of St. Ann’s Academy and the work of the Sisters, which still continues today.

To book your visit, please complete the form below.