Our services are funded by the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada)
We provide settlement services in the following schools:
|Avondale Elementary AS||Avondale PS||AY Jackson SS||Brebeuf College|
|Churchill PS||Crestview PS||Cummer Valley MS||Dallington PS|
|Don Valley MS||Earl Haig SS||Finch PS PS||Forest Manor|
|George S. Henry Academy||Georges Vanier SS||Highland MS||Kingslake PS|
|Lillian PS||MacDonald CI||McKee PS||Newtonbrook SS|
|Pleasant PS||Pleasant View MS||RJ Lang E&MS||Sir Ernest MacMillan SPS|
|St. Joseph Morrow Park CSS||St. Paschal Baylon CS||St. Timothy CS||Steelesview PS|
|Willowdale MS||Woodbine MS||Yorkview PS||Zion Heights MS|
(Revised: November 2022)
Services are provided in the following languages:
For further information, please contact -
Phone (416) 292-7510 ext. 303 / (647) 999-7640
Phone (416) 292-7510 ext. 259 / (647) 332-4339
Phone (416) 292-7510 ext. 301
Year Round services at Georges Vanier Newcomers Reception Centre:
The Reception Centre has multilingual staff that can assist newcomer students and their families. Newcomer families will also have a chance to meet at the Reception Centre with a Settlement Worker, who can give them information on settlement topics such as finding housing, looking for employment, accessing health care in Ontario, and connecting with a variety of support agencies. Ali secondary students must make an appointment with the Reception Centre by telephone. Contact Georges Vanier Reception Centre at 416-395-9384.
SEPT Services During Summer:
A. In Libraries:
During the summer when schools ore closed, SEPT workers are placed in public libraries, where newcomers are likely to encounter them.
B. In School:
The Newcomer Orientation Week program provides orientation to newly-arrived high school students. Over three and-a-half days in the last week of the summer. the students are oriented to their school by Peer Leaders-students who were newcomers in recent years.
The Welcome and Information for Newcomers program was developed to help newcomer teens entering middle school (grades 6-8). WIN uses some of the same programming elements as NOW but is one day instead of four. Whereas NOW is a full orientation to high school, WIN is a basic introduction intended to build a positive foundation for parents and students to interact with the school and settlement worker. Peer leaders are also central to WIN, helping demonstrate elements in the program and to build friendships with the newcomer students.
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