The Province of Manitoba recognizes outstanding educators whose stimulating educational practices have a profound impact on student learning and engagement. Manitoba's Excellence in Education Awards are presented annually.
First Book Canada thanks Brooklands School for organizing FBC Pop Ups, securing volunteers, hosting reading events, and helping with registrations in Winnipeg.
A child's first book is not necessarily their first reading experience - it is the first book that they love, that they can call their own, and that sets them on a lifelong path of learning and inspiration.
Brooklands School is proud to receive the 2020 Anne Lindsey Protecting Our Earth Award (affectionately known as the Earthies) as presented by the Manitoba Eco-Network (MbEN) annually in recognition of achievements in protecting and stewarding Manitoba's environment. The environmental community acknowledges the creativity, diligence, and commitment of our peers in presenting the award.
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PRINCIPALS DISTINGUISHED PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR (Mr. Ferguson-Baird 2020)
No Pandemic Will Ever Stop Play! PLAY WILL FIND A WAY! This grassroots effort was created by educators in support of unstructured playtime for students around the world. February 4, 2015, was the first annual Global School Play Day, and over 65,000 students participated! In 2020, 563,283 students from 75 Nations took part. Can we reach 1,000,000 students in 2021? We think so!
In recognition of your commitment to creating a culture of kindness on your campus.
In 2019, Brooklands School successfully achieved all 3 levels of Eco-Globe Schools Recognition: Awareness, Action, Transformation. The Eco-Globe Schools annual recognition program has been developed to recognize that Manitoba schools are involved in a variety of activities that promote and integrate Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).
The Celebrate Literacy Award recognizes organizations, institutions, and individuals that have made significant literacy contributions at the local, state, or provincial level. The hope is that the celebration will familiarize the public with literacy activities in the community and call attention to the work that is being done by the schools and the International Literacy Association to promote literacy worldwide.
Recipients: Brooklands School Literacy Team 2019, Shannon Siemens 2015. http://www.readingmanitoba.org/winners.htm
In 2018-2019, Brooklands School was awarded for its Outstanding Achievement in Quality Physical Education by the Physical and Health Educators of Canada. https://phecanada.ca/
Brooklands School was awarded the Golden Apple Award in 2017, for outstanding commitment in programming, resources and support of healthy school initiatives, Physical and Health Educators of Manitoba
Canada's Outstanding Principals (Mr. Ferguson-Baird 2016) is a nationally recognized award and an executive leadership training program that honours the unique and vital contribution of principals in publicly funded schools. Developed by The Learning Partnership, the program celebrates principals across Canada for their outstanding commitments within their schools and communities. Recipients are awarded for their accomplishments and celebrated at an annual awards gala, and receive an exclusive four-day executive leadership training program at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management. https://www.thelearningpartnership.ca/programs/canadas-outstanding-principals
The Manitoba Physical Education Teachers Association (MPETA) awarded Brooklands School's Carolyn Lamoureux the Stu Sieme Award in 2016. This award is presented to a school with an exemplary outdoor education program.
Welcome to Kindergarten Manitoba program manager Deborah Thompson (right) presents Brooklands School with the Welcome to Kindergarten Award for Partnership Excellence in 2014-2015.