Box 10, 3900 Arthur Drive, Delta BC V4K 3N5
1 604-946-2611

October summary

  • Christian Education
    • Abraham and Sarah
        • What happens when we try to take over God's plans?
    • Abraham and Issac
      • What happens when trust in God's plans?
    • Esua and Jacob
      • Siblings fighting over birthright and blessings. 
      • Cause-and-effect when parents favor one child over the other.
    • Jacob's transformation
      • God is always willing to forgive His children, even if they are deceivers. 
  • Language Arts
    • Paragraph writing review
        • Introduction and conclusion sentence
    • Introduction to essay writing
      • Learning to brainstorm, edit a draft and write a final copy.
    • Ongoing: silent reading
      • Skillset --> Reading, summarizing, speaking and listening. 
  • Math
    • Integers: Adding and subtracting, multiplication and division.
    • Orders of Operation
  • Socials
    • How to conduct a research project: Day I was born project
    • Primary vs secondary resource
  • Science
    • Organisms survival needs
    • Describe the meaning of limiting factors. Provide limiting factors in various ecosystems. How does it affect our ecosystem?
  • Visual arts
    • Coraline
  • FSA prep
    • Problem-solving
    • Paragraph writing
    • Numeracy and literacy skills


September summary

  • Religion:  Action-Bible
    • Creation story
      • Adam & Eve (Would it have been a different story if Adam and Eve acknowledged their action and apologized?)
      • Cain and Abel (Jealousy can be so powerful that it can consume people)
    • Noah's Ark
      • Trusting in God even if people around you think that you are crazy/insane.
    • Tower of Babylon
      • Downfall for fame, pride and greed.
    • Job
      • Unconditional love
  • Language Arts
    • Silent reading
      • Skillset --> Reading, summarizing, speaking and listening. 
  • Math
    • Review: multiplication and division
    • Divisibility patterns
    • Factors & multiples
  • Socials
    • Why is it important for us to know about our world's history? 
    • What type of resources can we use when we are doing historical research?
    • Truth and Reconciliation: Residential schools
  • Science
    • Ecosystem map
    • What is the difference between organisms and microorganisms?
    • What happens when one species is erased from an ecosystem? 
    • Explain ecosystems within an ecosystem
  • Visual arts (sketching)
    • Pumbaa

Hello and welcome to 7A!

My name is Alyann Paular. I will be your child's teacher for this school year! So a little bit about myself, this is my third year teaching at Sacred Heart. I graduated from University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Education in Secondary route. My major is in Social studies and my minor is Moral/Religious Education. I have a certification in Catholic Intellectual tradition from St. Joseph's College. Beside my highschool practicum experiences, I was teaching Catechism (Grade1, 3 & Grade 6) at St. Joseph's Basilica in Edmonton for 5 years.  I have a passion for teaching in a Catholic environment because I want to freely show the beauty of our Catholic faith and help students integrate into their daily lives. I genuinely desire for my students to be self-reflective individuals while looking beyond themselves. Like St. John Paul II, I want to build my students’ self-confidence and help them to dream. I pray my teaching style, which is student-centered and discovery learning, will create a positive impact and a supportive environment for my students. 

A few years ago, I was working as a nurse. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Calgary. A lot of people ask me about the huge switch. It's a very long story but to keep it short, I always say this: I fell in love with nursing but God called me to be a bridge for His children. With the help of my nursing background, my ultimate goal for this school year (with God's help) is to prevent COVID from entering into my classroom and spreading to the community. Your child's health and safety always come first. They will be sanitizing and/or washing their hands frequently.

More random facts! Number one, I used to be a competitive dancer and choreographer. I was scouted but my parents didn't see it as a long-term investment. Number 2, if you meet me in person, I might look a lot younger than you expect. Number three, I am gamer. I love playing video games and checking out escape-rooms when I have spare time. 

Again, I had a lovely time meeting my students! With God's help, I pray I get to meet you all someday.

May God continue to smile upon your hard work,

Miss Alyann Paular

    • October 31 (Black and orange theme day)
      • The Day I was born presentation project due
    • November 1
      • FSA numeracy practice online exam with Mr. Rapier (logging, PEN#, etc)
    • November 2 
      • FSA numeracy online exam in class 
      • Integers quiz 
      • Confirmation meeting #2 via Zoom
    • November 4 
      • Create a food web assignment due
      • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
    • November 6
      • Archdiocese of Vancouver Spirit Day at Chandos Pattison Auditorium in Surrey.
    • November 7
      • Students are expected to bring their science decomposing experiment to class (I will introduce this experiment next week)
    • November 9 - FSA written exam
    • November 11 - No School (Remembrance Day)
    • November 14 - No School (Pro D Day)
    • November 15 - Christmas musical audition
    • November 16 - Yearbook club intro session at Miss Paular's class (lunch recess)
    • November 21 - Photo retake day
    • November 25 - No school. CISVA  Networking day
    • November 26 - DDA


  • Monday - Phys Ed.  

  • Tuesday - French & ADST (computers with Mr. Rapier)

  • Wednesday - Hymnin' at 9:05

  • Thursday - Lil' Buddies

  • Friday - French & Phys Ed.

Curriculum (not necessarily in order)

Christian Education

  • "Seeking Truth, Healing, and Reconciliation" CISVA theme

  • Chosen” Program - Parent and Sponsor guides also available

  • Action Holy Bible readings

Career Education

  • Personal Development
    • Goal setting, self-assessment, leadership, problem-solving and decision making

    • Connections to community, identity and loving one’s neighbours, volunteer opportunities

  • Life and Career Planning
    • Role of mentors, family, community, school, and personal network in decision making, technology in learning and working

Math - Big Ideas:

  • Decimals, fractions, and percents are used to represent and describe parts and wholes of numbers

  • Computational fluency and flexibility with numbers extend to operations with integers and decimals

  • Linear relations can be represented in many connected ways to identify regularities and make generalizations

  • The constant ratio between the circumference and diameter of circles can be used to describe, measure and compare spatial relationships

  • Data from circle graphs can be used to illustrate proportion and to compare and interpret

English Language Arts

  • Language and text can be a source of creativity and joy

  • Exploring stories and other texts helps us understand ourselves and make connections to others and to the world

  • Exploring and sharing multiple perspectives extends our thinking

  • Developing our understanding of how language works allows us to see it purposefully

  • Questioning what we hear, read, and view contributes to our ability to be educated and engaged citizens


  • Biology - Biodiversity and survival of living things

  • Chemistry - Elements, atoms, and compounds

  • Earth Science - Earth and its climate have changed over geological time

  • Physics - The electromagnetic force produces both electricity and magnetism

Social Studies 

  • Comparative Civilizations

  • Mesopotamia, China, Egypt, Greece, Rome

  • Focus on Skill Development

  • Primary vs. Secondary sources, Historical Significance and Perspective, Patterns and Inference


  • Please email me: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Set up an appointment to meet in person/virtual

  • Use the website to email the office if your child will be away, late or picked up early

Student Planner

  • Students are expected to use their planner every day

  • I will check planners at the end of the day

  • Please check their planners

Assessment Duotang

  • Students will have a duotang for all assessments and certain assignments

  • Students will bring this home with marked assessments to be signed and corrected

  • The duotang should be brought back the next day


  • I don't assign homework but there might be scenarios where your child brings schoolwork home to receive extra time. Please support your child's learning. 

  • If your child did not understand an assignment or was not able to complete an assignment by the required date, please encourage your child to come and talk to me

About Sacred Heart

About Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart Elementary is a Catholic Independent school serving the communities of Ladner and Tsawwassen in South Delta, BC.  With a beautiful campus, dedicated staff and a wide range of extracurricular activities, students in K-7 receive a well rounded education within a loving Christian environment.

Contact Us

Contact Us

Contact Us

Box 10, 3900 Arthur Drive Delta, BC, V4K 3N5
1 604-946-2611