Welcome to the new CAPE

What is CAPE?

For the past 29 years, CAPE has been provincially recognized as an organization that strongly advocates for the interests and learning needs of children from Kindergarten through Grade 3. With significant changes happening in primary education in Ontario, there is an even greater need for the voice of primary educators to be heard at the regional and provincial levels.

As a member of CAPE, you will be able to:

  • stay informed about current issues and initiatives in primary education through this blog
  • interact with colleagues from across the province through on-line chats, forums, and blogs
  • enhance your professional practice by participating in free-on-line webinars

Who can join CAPE?

If you are a Designated Early Childhood Educator (DECE), an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT), an Administrator, Consultant or Coordinator, we invite you to become a member today of the newly formed Council of Associated Primary Educators.

Events for 2016-2017
CAPE is looking forward to facilitating another year of networking and co-
learning with you as one of our valued members.
This year we will be exploring “Learning Through Inquiry” with a four-part
webinar series that runs from January to April 2017. Our co-learning will draw
on a variety of sources including the wisdom of current provincial resources
and snapshots of learning drawn from actual primary classrooms.
Please invite your colleagues from K – Grade 3 to join you for thought-

provoking discussion, deep reflection and shared learning from 4:00 pm-5:30 pm one Wednesday per month.

For more details about this exciting professional learning opportunity,
download the webinar series poster. cape-webinar-series-2017
Registration information for each webinar will be emailed directly to CAPE
members, so Join Us today  and bring your voice into the conversation.Membership Registration
A Message from our CAPE President 

Sandy Giles, President of the Council of Associated Primary Educators, welcomes all Early Childhood Educators, teachers, consultants, administrators and academic staff with an interest in Primary Education in Ontario to the new CAPE:

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