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Academic Skill Building

Research shows that students experience some study skill loss over the summertime, especially those who might find classroom learning already challenging. Coming back from summer vacation and getting ready to learn again can be a challenge. Our summer skill development clinics are here to help your child retain their skills, learn useful tools to manage classroom expectations, and ease that transition back into school by offering academic and behavioural skill development and practice in a fun, supportive and inclusive environment. Covered by most benefit programs. Email for more information at childinspired@telus.net

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