Classes use companion animals to teach responsibility and empathy while building self esteem and psychological and emotional well-being.
Students learn about animal behaviour, care and responsibility, respect of living beings, research skills, data and log keeping skills, animal training, and animal psychology.
Students also gain the benefits from spending time with animals, such as, reduced stress, reduced anxiety, self esteem building, and compassion.
Students spend time with a variety of different animals, depending on availability and interest of student.
Dates: The program follows the school year and school holidays. Classes are every Tuesday, September to June. Days that fall on school holidays are cancelled.
Location: Richmond, BC (South Arm Area)
Student Age: Ages 5 - 10
Student Teacher Ratio: One Teacher for every 2 students
Rate: Payment is made monthly or yearly.
$120/month per child due on the first of each month or one full payment in September of $1000 (save $200 with one payment in Sept.)
Included in price: lessons, scrapbook, animal log book, all necessary supplies.
Apply now for Sept 2018- June 2019, as spots are limited.
Acceptance depends deposit, age compatibility between applicants, and availability.
To apply, simply fill out Application Form