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  • Yann Martel’s visit to Linden

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    Author, Yann Martel, gave a wonderfully lively and thoughtful lunch-time talk and Q&A at Linden on April 13th. He talked about the creative processes involved in adapting a ‘thinking’ novel, like Life of Pi, for the highly visual medium of… Read the rest

  • The Marshmallow Challenge

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    During a recent All School event, students in Grades 1-6 put their scientific and creative minds to the test in The Marshmallow Challenge.

    The teams were given eighteen minutes to build the tallest free-standing structure possible using 20 sticks of… Read the rest

  • Linden’s own Marguerite Andersen

    Marguerite Andersen

    Born in Germany, Marguerite Andersen started learning French when she was four and has lived her adulthood in that language. She has lived in Germany, France, England, Tunisia, Ethiopia, the U.S. and came to Canada in 1958 and taught at… Read the rest

  • Yann Martel visits Linden

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    All our community members are welcome to join staff and students for Yann Martel’s visit to Linden April 14th.  Bring a lunch to the gym at 11:40 am and enjoy the opportunity for a lively question and answer session with… Read the rest

  • Linden Nation Inspires Olympians!

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    Have you seen this awesome article from the Town Crier?
    Olympian guests, Kate Van Buskirk and Megan Brown, who aim to qualify for the 2016 Games in Rio, were guest speakers at our Linden Nation assembly.  Read what they have… Read the rest

  • Beluga Yoga

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    On their own the grade 3s planned and executed a lunchtime event to raise funds for beluga whales.  They took turns leading beluga inspired yoga posses.
    Not only were they working together on their own initiative towards a valuable cause,… Read the rest

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  • Students’ motivation to learn mathematics

    Families might be interested in reading this from the recent OECD PISA study of 44 different economies and consider how students at Linden are taught to see themselves as successful and engaged mathematicians.
    “[A] substantial proportion of the difference in… Read the rest

  • Girl Rising: Educate girls, change the world

    Mary Ladky, principal of Toronto’s The Linden School, interviewed Manjushree Thapa, one of the contributors to the powerful film “Girl Rising” at a special screening of the film sponsored by the school.… Read the rest

  • Linden’s own Marguerite Andersen

    Marguerite Andersen

    Born in Germany, Marguerite Andersen started learning French when she was four and has lived her adulthood in that language. She has lived in Germany, France, England, Tunisia, Ethiopia, the U.S. and came to Canada in 1958 and taught at… Read the rest

  • Yann Martel visits Linden

    Yann-Martel

    All our community members are welcome to join staff and students for Yann Martel’s visit to Linden April 14th.  Bring a lunch to the gym at 11:40 am and enjoy the opportunity for a lively question and answer session with… Read the rest

  • Linden Nation Inspires Olympians!

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    Have you seen this awesome article from the Town Crier?
    Olympian guests, Kate Van Buskirk and Megan Brown, who aim to qualify for the 2016 Games in Rio, were guest speakers at our Linden Nation assembly.  Read what they have… Read the rest

Plan Your Visit


10 Rosehill Avenue, Toronto ON

416.966.4406

linden@lindenschool.ca

Location


We are located two blocks south of the Yonge Street and St. Clair Ave intersection, east of Yonge Street. TTC: St. Clair Subway Station is located one block north of us. Exit St. Clair Subway Station by the Pleasant Boulevard exit.