250 Centre Street North, Brampton, ON L6V2R4
Phone: 905-457-5535 Fax: 905-457-7957

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You have a Settlement Worker in your School! 

Nida Kazmi, School Settlement Worker from Brampton Multicultural Centre (BMC) is at your school to help provide youth, parents and your grandparents FREE services and information.

Services for ADULTS:

Employment, Learning English, Bridging gaps between parents and school, Education information regarding your children, Second career, Housing and social assistance, Immigration & Citizenship, your free local community resources and much more…

Services available for SENIORS:

Assisting with PR card application, CPP/Disability  application, English Conversation Circle, Social Assistance, Healthy Eating, and much more…

Services for YOUTH (Students):

Information on Ontario School System and Graduation requirements, Bridging gaps between students and teachers, Volunteer Opportunities, Employment Opportunities, Post-Secondary Information, Scholarship Information, After school help and much more…

Your Settlement Worker speaks Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and can also make arrangements for assistance in other languages. 

For more information, Contact Nida Kazmi

Phone: 416-471-9723
                       Email: nida.kazmi@bmccentre.org

School Schedule:

Mondays - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Thursdays - 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

This program is funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Get ready for back-to-school

Get ready for back-to-school

Thank you, Have a great summer

Thank you, Have a great summer

On behalf of all the staff at SJAM, have a great summer and thank you for your on going support. We will see you in the Fall. School starts on Tuesday September 2nd (however class lists will be displayed on the front doors a few days before school starts). Re-organization will be on Tuesday September 23rd - no school. Our school open house will be on Thuesday September 25th at 6 pm. Photo day will be on Tuesday September 30th. Thank you and have an enjoyable summer holidays!
Your input is important to us.

Your input is important to us.

​The Peel District School Board would like to receive input from parents and guardians to help guide the development of parent resources that support student learning.

The online survey is available at: http://www.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/pdsb/parent-resources-questionnaire​. Feedback will be gathered from September 15 to October 15. Your responses will remain anonymous.​

Thank you for your time.

Parent/guardian consent to receive electronic communication

Parent/guardian consent to receive electronic communication

​Canada's new anti-spam law came into effect on July 1, 2014. This law requires the Peel District School Board and its schools to have consent from parents/guardians before we send them any electronic communication (e.g. synrevoice texts, email) that contains commercial information. While the majority of  electronic communication to families is about school and/or Peel board initiatives and activities, we may also include commercial information, such as details about fundraisers, field trips, the sale of yearbooks, student pictures, book sales, event tickets, special offers for Peel students and families, or similar events and offers.

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