Speaker Series: Anxiety and Mental Health

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This is a recording of the first Speaker Series event for 2021-2022 with Dr. Sophie Grigoriadis, PhD, MD, FRCPC.

Bayview Glen is proud to host leading industry experts to discuss topics that are timely and relevant to our school community, supported by the Bayview Glen Parent Association.

Alumni Spotlight: Terence Yeung ’20

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Terence Yeung '20 winning the Bronze medal in Table Tennis Men Singles at the 2021 Canadian Championships

Congratulations to #BVGAlumni Terence Yeung ’20 on reaching the podium again this past weekend with a Bronze medal in Table Tennis Men Singles at the 2021 Canadian Championships held in Laval, Québec. Terence is one of 32 players in the world invited to play in the age-based individual events in the Table Tennis World Youth Championships to be held in Portugal this December. Terence is honoured to represent Canada in that annual prestigious event, and he is the only Canadian and one of 4 North Americans invited for the U19 categories. Additionally, Terence has qualified as one of 64 players in the Main Event of the Classic Tetris World Championships 2021 that will be held this coming weekend online. We wish Terence all the best as he continues his studies at Western University while training and preparing for the world championships.

Photo Source: Table Tennis Canada Facebook Page

Alumni Spotlight: Suraj Gupta ’07

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Suraj Gupta '07 was selected as the newest member of the Forbes Business Council

Congratulations to #BVGAlumni Suraj Gupta ’07 on being selected as the newest member of the Forbes Business Council, which is an invitation-only organization for successful executives and entrepreneurs. We are very proud of Suraj’s exceptional achievements and look forward to reading his Forbes articles soon.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

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By: Fiona Fenili, Director of Teaching and Learning, Prep School

Originally published in the October 2021 Glen newsletter.

Recently, the Government of Canada passed legislation to make September 30 a federal statutory holiday called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This day

will recognize and commemorate the legacy of the residential school system in our country.


At Bayview Glen, this day will serve as a day of remembrance, reflection and action. All students will participate in learning modelled on Indigenous pedagogy. Students will participate
in lessons focussed on all four aspects of the Anishinaabe sacred circle: spiritual, physical, emotional and intellectual. Our youngest learners will explore Mother Earth knowledge, family connections and walking on the land. Older students will look at the perspectives of First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples, and the importance of learning from Elders, and will investigate treaties and residential schools.

As part of our commitment to action, Bayview Glen is honoured to donate all proceeds from Orange Shirts purchased through the Parent Association Shop to the Woodland Cultural Centre’s ‘Save the Evidence’ campaign. This campaign will ensure that the former Mohawk Institute Residential School is fully restored into an Interpreted Historic Site and Educational Resource.

Through thoughtful and meaningful educational opportunities, we aspire to create a new relationship with all Indigenous Peoples of Canada — one based in honour and deep respect for their cultures, languages and significant contributions

to our country. Learning about the truth of our history and recognizing the historic and present-day importance of contributions of Indigenous Peoples are the first steps towards reconciliation.

Alumni Spotlight: Terence Yeung ’20

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Terence Yeung '20 alumni spotlight table tennis

Big congratulations to #BVGAlumni Terence Yeung ’20 on winning the Silver Medal in U19 Singles representing Canada at the Pan American Youth Table Tennis Championships 2021 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Terence made history by taking the highest podium in singles among Canadians in this tournament since its 2016 debut. We wish Terence the best of luck at the World Youth Championships in Portugal this December. #TableTennisCanada

Photo Source: Table Tennis Canada Facebook Page

Back to School 2021-2022 Information

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Be sure to read your Back to School 2021-2022 Booklet.

It was mailed home in August along with the School Calendar 2021-2022 and School Reopening Plan 2021-2022.

They are also available to view online on our publications page.

If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Office or your Assistant Head of School.

We look forward to seeing you in September.