3400 Balaclava Street
1966 – present
Named for the Earl of Carnarvon, Henry Herbert (1831-1890), British colonial secretary who introduced the British North America Act.
Replaced Trafalgar Annex (A).
Date: 1967 Planting trees to celebrate Canada’s Centennial.
Date: 1967 Two boys planting a tree commemorating Canada’s centennial.
Date: 1966 School principal Mr. V. A. Wiedick and Trustee at the official opening of the school.
Date: 1978 Main entrance to school building.
Date: 1977 Art class batik lesson.
Date: 1981 Maureen McDonald teaching a ukulele class.
Date: 1955 Students painting on the floor in a classroom setting.
Date: 1981 Students at play at an adventure playground at their school.
Date: 1956 A teacher conducts a reading group in a classroom.
Date: 1973 Primary school students working on art projects.
Date: 1977 Mrs. Ingrid Hurst demonstrating weaving to two students during after school session.
Date: 1977 Kindergarten students wearing smocks working on painting projects.
Date: 1962 Display of various collections (stamps, coins, rocks, driftwood, match folders) organized by Grade 4 students.
Date: 1958 Students view a mural showing a First Nations coastal village.
Date: 1971 Students from Mrs. Story’s class examine a replica of the first train to arrive in Vancouver in 1887.
Date: 1973 Principal Mr. Alastair Fraser instructing teachers in the use of the school gym.
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