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30 Chapparal Drive, Brampton, ON L6R3C4
Phone: 905-789-1707 Fax: 905-789-6983

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Our Mission

Our mission describes our school's purpose. Our vision depicts our desired future. The principles needed to achieve our mission and vision are articulated in our values. Finally, the actions we need to demonstrate to make our mission, vision and values a reality are described in our collective commitments.

We have developed these statements in collaboration with our staff, students and families. They are part of our School Success Plan.


Together we S.H.I.N.E S - Success H - Harmony I - Integrity N - Nurture E - Excellence Helping each other achieve success through understanding and respect for our differences.


At Sunny View, we actively create a safe and caring climate that is defined by excellence in teaching and learning so that together, we S.H.I.N.E!


  • high expectations for all students
  • the individual needs and learning styles of every student
  • the partnership between the students, families and the school
  • open and honest communication and collaboration
  • respect for diversity and acceptance of each member of the learning community

Collective Commitments

Staff Commitments

  • respect and respond to individual needs and learning styles
  • collaborate with our colleagues and students
  • participate in ongoing professional development
  • communicate regularly with parents about their children's progress in school

Student Commitments

  • complete homework and assignments on time
  • attend school regularly and arrive at class on time
  • follow the school's code of conduct and classroom rules
  • talk to our parents regularly about what we are learning in school

Parent Commitments

  • attend school information sessions and parent-teacher meetings
  • learn about what is expected in our children's classrooms
  • provide quiet and properly equipped space at home for our children to do their homework
  • communicate our questions and concerns to teachers