• News

    Our response to COVID-19

    A message from President & CEO Debra D. Kerby on The Learning Partnership’s rapidly-evolving response to COVID-19.

  • Annual Report 2019
    Impact

    Partnering for the next generation | Annual Report 2019

    In 2019, as we celebrated 25 years of delivering classroom-based, curriculum-aligned educational programming across Canada, we also set out an ambitious new Impact Strategy 2020-2022 to strengthen our programs, build our partnerships and deepen our impact.

  • Programs

    Welcome to Kindergarten Family Cookbook!

    Cooking and enjoying meals with your child is an excellent opportunity to learn and spend time together. The Welcome to Kindergarten Family Cookbook provides great resources to talk, read, sing and play through cooking!

  • News

    Girls Who Code (and the women who inspire them)

    Inclusion and representation still matter for girls in technology. Read more about how Capital One is breaking stereotypes and opening up options for girls (and boys) to code.

News

Our response to COVID-19

Impact

Partnering for the next generation | Annual Report 2019

Programs

Welcome to Kindergarten Family Cookbook!

News

Girls Who Code (and the women who inspire them)

The Learning Partnership is a Canadian charity that prepares students to thrive in a diverse, connected and changing world.

The Learning Partnership is a registered Canadian charity that brings together business, educators and strategic partners to design and deliver innovation education programs focused on early learners in schools across Canada

Our programs build the essential skills and competencies needed in tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and problem solvers. They enhance provincial curricula, are aligned with Canada’s innovation agenda, and are made available to students, parents and educators through the generous support of our education sector partners and funding from corporate, government, foundation and private donors.

A sensory cushion for better concentration and learning
February 19, 2020
Grade 7 student Stephen created an innovative seat cushion that helps kids with sensory processing issues better focus in class.
Teaching coding, collaboration and more in New Brunswick
February 19, 2020
Lindsey Fairweather’s Grade 4/5 students developed leadership skills, teamwork and independence while learning to code.
Providing an escape in Ottawa
February 19, 2020
Young entrepreneurs at Katimavik Elementary School created an escapist experience that earned them a Teamwork Award as part of the BMO National Student Innovation Awards.