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

Updated Monday, January 17th. 

Music    1 minute performance    Monday

Science  Mass and Volume Assessment   Wednesday

Christian Ed   Memorize John 3:16   tomorrow

Math    page 135 #12-30 evens          tomorrow

Confirmands    Mass High 5s      every Monday

Assessment folder  tests, quizzes and reflections signed by parents asap

Don't forget to check ADST, French, and PE homework.




Friday, January 14th

Math     pg 135 #1-10 all, 11-30 odd  Monday

Socials   redo self-assessment         Thursday

Math    study for assessment          Thursday 

LA      speech topic                            Thursday

(practice sheet on Google Classroom)


Thursday, January 13th

Math   pg 129 #1-24 evens         Friday

Math   pg 131#1-37 odds           Friday

Math   pg 132 ACT #1-5 odds    Friday

Socials      Mesopotamia Project      Friday



Monday, January 10th

Socials     Mesopotamia project      OVERDUE

Socials     self-assessment              After presentation

Math        pg 119 #1-31                    Tuesday






























































Welcome Class 7A parents!


We are so excited to welcome you and your children back to school!  We look forward to helping your child to feel supported, safe and successful in our classroom. 


The theme of this year is "One Family, One Hope in Christ."  Some believe that if you have faith, you have hope, and if you have hope, you have everything.  Hope is exactly the powerful antidote we need while we continue to journey alongside Jesus and invite Him to be near us every day. It is encouraging to remember that our hope is not just a whimsical idea, but rather our hope in the Lord is placed in the real, living, almighty, and ever-caring person of God!



  • Miss Hessels will be teaching Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays

    • Subjects: Christian Education, Science, Math, LA (reading and speaking),  Performing Arts, Health and Career Education

  • Mrs. Chapman will be teaching Thursdays and Fridays

    • Subjects: Math, Socials, Visual Arts, LA (writing and speaking), Health and Career Education

  • PE is on Monday and Friday

  • ADST is on Tuesday (computers with Mr. Rapier)

  • French is on Tuesday and Friday

  • FSA’s will still be administered in October and November


For Monday students need to bring:

  • A water bottle (students will be able to use the water fountain this year) 

  • All supplies that were missing or not yet labelled

  • An extra pair of socks

  • SHS sweater

  • An extra uniform to change into (optional)  

  • Deodorant

  • A box of tissues

  • Textbooks wrapped in paper



  • Please email both Mrs. Chapman and Ms. Hessels about any concerns or questions you may have. If you would like to set up a meeting, please send an email to plan a phone call or online meeting.

  • Homework due dates will be posted on the Class 7A page on Sacred Heart’s website

  • More information about the class and assignments will be posted in Google Classroom


Curriculum (not necessarily in order)

Christian Education

  • "One Family, One Hope in Christ" CISVA theme

  • “Chosen” Program - Parent and Sponsor guides also available

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


As grade 7 students are preparing for high school, personal responsibility is encouraged.  This includes monitoring due dates, studying and asking for help in a timely manner. 

Although we may not be able to offer leadership opportunities in the school this year, students are encouraged to engage with their communities. There is still going to be an emphasis on this virtue in school as the grade 7 students wear their vests which are a visual reminder to the community. Additionally, the Christian Education curriculum will include preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation, for those who are disposed to receive it in May/June. 

Although we are not quite back to a normal school year, we will do our best to make their last year in elementary school memorable.

Have a wonderful day!



Mrs. Chapman and Miss Hessels


Class 7A Teachers

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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.

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