Welcome to the West Langley Lions Den

This is an interactive website for staff, students, parents and all those that are part of the West Langley community. As we move forward in the 21st Century, it is vital that all of us are working together to help our children receive the best education possible. As a school, we are working towards engaging students through inquiry based learning, empowered by technology. We want to ensure their elementary experience not only prepares them for high school, but for the world that awaits them as an adult.

On a regular basis, we will be posting different articles, videos and questions and we want YOUR thoughts, opinions and feedback. Only with all of us truly invested in the dialogue, can we improve what is already an amazing school. You only need an email to offer a comment. We look forward to having you as part of the conversation.


2 responses to this post.

  1. I was happy and excited to find out that our principle of West Langley is inspired by Will Richardson and what he has to say!
    I wanted to share a link to his speach and presentation!! Parents and teachers should all take the time to listen to him. Thanks!


    • Thanks Megan for the video. I really do like Will’s thoughts about where school needs to be moving towards to keep up with an ever-changing world. The importance of networking for all of us, and especially our kids is critical. His book “Personal Learning Networks” is a great read and under “articles, videos, etc” at the top of the blog is a link to his latest book, “Why Schools” which I highly recommend.


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