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    Clubs & Activities

    Student Activities

    Dickinsfield's outstanding sense of culture and excellence largely stems from the wide variety of student activities we offer.

    From school events such as student recognition assemblies and cultural celebrations, to clubs, intramurals and competitive sports teams, Dickinsfield has got it covered when it comes to building a great cultural experience for all.

    • Jazz Band
    • Student Leadership Team
    • Library Club
    • Games Club
    • Ski Club
    • Drama Club
    • Intramurals

    Special Events

    • Grade Seven Welcome Day
    • Terry Fox Run
    • School Recognition Assemblies & Apple Days
    • Cultural Celebration Day
    • Career Fair
    • Formal Day
    • Grade Nine Farewell Celebration
    • Seasonal Celebrations
    • School Wide Dances and activities rooms
    • Various fundraising initiatives

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Ecole Dickinsfield School we are committed to creating a culture of continuous improvement in order to improve achievement. Through a strong collaborative framework, teacher capacity is developed through learning and working collectively with colleagues to create authentic lesson plans, engaging projects and meaningful assessments. Teachers work in subject teams to analyze and critically understand the essential learning outcomes of the curriculum. These key concepts are utilized when planning lessons or assessments which are used to gather evidence about how students are achieving in relation to the curriculum. Students learn from their assessments as a strategy in the learning process. Interventions are implemented for students at risk through a committed team approach of teachers, parents and students working cooperatively. Decisions are made with the best interests of students in mind and collectively involve the Dickinsfield community of parents, students and teachers.

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Dickinsfield School was opened in 1974 and is named after bush pilot and aviation pioneer "Punch" Dickins.


To New Dickinsfield Students & Parents/Guardians


Welcome to Dickinsfield School ! Bienvenue á l’ École Dickinsfield !

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  • August 31, 2015


Just in case you forget, you’ll be receiving a phone call from us as a reminder 

of the following events!


  • September 1, 2015: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM


Everyone is invited to bring their parents to pay your fees and you’ll get

 your timetable early!  We have INTERACT!! You can come and tour around

 the school and see which staff members are here.  

               Grade 9’s 10:00 - 12:00 AM

                                       Grade 8’s 1:00-3:00 PM


  • September 2, 2015: 10:00 - 12:00 PMImage result for scavenger hunt clipart


Our Student Council, the Panther Pride, will be hosting a SCAVENGER HUNT and a PIZZA PARTY!  Come join us in searching for several objects while having fun with your friends. While you're having fun, your parents can pay your fees and you'll get your timetable early.


  • Tuesday, September 8, 2015: 8:30 AM  FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

If you are in grade 7, go to the gym.  Your advisor teacher will welcome you there.

If you are in Grade 8 or 9, there will be sheets posted with your room number. go there.  There will be a modified schedule for Tues AM, so that we all get to talk to Admin and the Office Staff, before we meet our teachers. and we all get to see every teacher. Be good to yourself.  You do not need to bring all of your supplies on the first day of school.


  • Are you already looking for your SUPPLY LIST  Relax......we will have it posted on the Dickinsfield website by Fri June 26!!


Take care and see you soon!!


Katlin  Dinh

Student Council Grade 7 Board Co-Chair


Ecole Dickinsfield School Supply list

Supply List for Grades 7, 8 & 9


Dear Students, Parents/Guardians,


We will be launching  a major project to improve students’ responsibility with ORGANIZATION.  Hence the colour-coded binders.  We appreciate your support!!  

12      HB Pencils

12      Blue pens

1        Red pen

4        White erasers

1        Pkg. of 24-set Crayola pencil crayons

4        Highlighters

2        Pencil Sharpener

1        Cloth Pencil case (not a box, they pop open & spill their contents easily)

1        Coil lined notebook (Gr. 9 only)  

5        2” Binders (Colour coded:

  • Red Fr Imm ELA/or English Program FSL

  • Blue Humanities

  • Green Science

  • Black Math

1-2      1” or 1½” Binder for Options grey or white or brown

4         Dividers for each binder

1         Duotang for Option classes

2         Pkg. of 400 sheets of loose leaf paper (100 sheets per academic subject)

1        Large glue stick (35 grams)

1        Good Geometry set (must have a protractor)

1        Acme pointed right-handed (or left handed) scissors

1        30 cm clear ruler (marked in mm and cm)

1        Roget’s Thesaurus

1        Merriam Webster Dictionary

1        Scientific Calculator Texas Instruments TI-30X solar powered.  (It is preferable that all  

          students have the same type of calculator for ease of in-class instruction)

2        Boxes of Kleenex (to be handed in to homeroom teacher)

1        headphones


Physical Education

Change of clothes for PE – shirt, shorts/sweats, sweatshirt and pair of runners


Will be distributed at school. Cost is $5.00.  All students must carry a paper agenda.


First lock is provided by school at no cost.  If lost or damaged the replacement cost will be $6.00.

Students are expected to replenish their supplies as needed throughout the year.  Other additional supplies may be required by individual teachers.


Instructional Focus

A school-wide effort to have all École Dickinsfield School students show growth in reading for meaning and understanding across all subject areas.

Un effort interscolaire pour permettre à tous les élèves de Dickinsfield de démontrer une amélioration dans la lecture pour le sens et la compréhension dans toutes les disciplines scolaires.

Instructional Focus is a District initiative where every Edmonton Public School selects an area of instruction that staffs can concentrate on developing strategies to improve student achievement.


Principal's Message

C’est mon grand plaisir de vous donner le bienvenue a notre école. I am thrilled to welcome you to our school. We are the Home of the Panthers, les Pantheres. We are very courageous, brave, strong, and intelligent.  This is exemplified in our excellent Student Leadership program, our academics and our athletics.  At our school, we emphasize RESPONSIBILITY and COMMUNITY.  We take time to get to know each other and to work and to listen to each other.  We take time to do our best in our studies. You, of course, know of our namesake PUNCH DICKINS - the famous World War I pilot and Canadian northern bush pilolt!  If you don’t, please come by and we will share the philosophy of PUNCH, DICKINS and the snow EAGLE!!