September 20 2015 - New Westminster Homelearners' Program was established in 2002 as a Distributed Learning program administered by the New Westminster School Board. In September 2013, the program moved to Hume Park. We are a small K-8 Learning Centre with under 150 students, allowing everyone to know each other in a welcoming, friendly community.
BC certified teachers facilitate classroom activities, outdoor programs, music programs, art and academic programs, and provide support for home learning. All Hume Park Learning Centre teachers have each had their own children in the program and are passionate about what they do. The environment is caring, supportive, and respectful—celebrating student and family individuality. Parent involvement in classrooms is welcome and encouraged.
Read about the program in this article by founder Karen Blackburn.
Helping students transition from elementary to high school with exceptional results.
A three day exciting adventure for the whole family!
Students at Hume often graduate to become community leaders. Hume Park Learning Centre provides the fundamental skills and knowledge that will carry them forward!
Reading, writing and thinking about the world around us makes learning fun!
A unique and rapidly growing program at Hume, music helps students build confidence, meet new people and make new friends. Junior and senior programs. No previous music experience required!
Learning through play is a fun and easy way to start school for little ones. Parents often attend with their children!
Everyone can play a part, small or large! It all culminates in a grand year end performance!
Students put on their jackets and are guided through Hume Park's wonderful urban forest ravine and other areas of the lower mainland. Students engage in hands-on learning about the natural world with a view to being stewards of the earth.