Mission Statement

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To strive for the integration of the individual at the highest possible level in the educational, community and vocational settings.

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To offer a supportive and stimulating learning environment that enables the individual to develop at their own pace, and to achieve their personal best.

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To contribute towards research, training and pedagogical development in the field of special education.


The mission of Peter Hall School is in accordance with the amended Education Act1 and Quebec Schools on Course: Educational Policy Statement .2

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To impart knowledge to students

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To foster social development

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To provide qualifications



Peter Hall School is committed to:

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Provide specialized educational services to students with intellectual disabilities, pervasive developmental disorders and psychopathological disorders.

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Meet individual needs through innovative and diverse educational programs and learning opportunities.

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Create a student-centered educational program that addresses the strengths, abilities and learning needs of the individual.

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Inspire and support all individuals to reach their full learning potential.

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Create a safe, supportive and stimulating learning environment, adapted to the needs of the students in order to nourish their personal and social development.

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Provide on-going professional development for Peter Hall School personnel in the field of special education in order to maintain the highest quality of services.

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Promote a collaborative team approach to develop realistic and appropriate educational programming for our students.

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Establish a positive, respectful and supportive partnership with parents to involve them in their child’s education.

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Provide training opportunities and internships for students from the college and university levels.

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Contribute to research projects for the development of pedagogical expertise.

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Share information and expertise with other schools and service providers that are involved with individuals with special needs.

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Promote the social integration and active participation of the student in the community.


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Education Act, R.S.Q.,c. 1-13.3.

2. 

Québec, Ministère de l’Éducation. Quebec Schools on Course: Educational Policy Statement (Québec: Gouvernement du Québec, 1997), 40 pages.