Mental Health & Wellness

  RIGHT TO PLAY  
Learning to Play, Playing to Learn

Right to Play is committed to every child's right to play. They give children a chance to become constructive participants in society, regardless of gender, disability, ethnicity, social background, or religion. Through sport and play, they help create social change in communities affected by war, poverty, and disease.

Right to Play created the Playbook for teachers to enhance their student's understanding of social justice issues around the world. They adapted their international program to align with Canadian curriculum expectations using creative, interactive games and activities that are fun and educational. 

   When Children Play, The World Wins!   


  KELSO'S CHOICES  
Resiliency & Conflict Management Skills

  WELLNESS WALL