Our Plan

Message from the Board of Trustees

In the fall of 2017, we began the process to revise the Thames Valley District School Board Strategic Plan. A Strategic Planning Ad Hoc Committee was formed to receive advice on key aspects of the strategic plan, including our priorities and community consultation.

Strategic Planning consultation meetings were organized in a number of communities within Thames Valley, for the purpose of gathering input from students, parents, staff and community members. The response was overwhelming and impressive, and for that we thank you.

This input, combined with Board and industry data, helped to develop goals that align with the three strategic priorities. Our plan is exciting and bold and will provide direction to our Thames Valley learning community for the next several years.

Thank you to our community for your guidance, input and leadership; we are so happy to have you with us.


Our Strategic Plan

Our Strategic Plan Brochure Cover of Sir Arthur Currie Public School building 

RELATIONSHIPS: We build positive relationships with all members of our education community to foster an engaged and inclusive board culture. 


  1. Students, families and staff are welcomed, respected and valued as partners. 
  2. Promote and build connections to foster mutually respectful communication among students, families, staff, and the broader community. 
  3. Create opportunities for collaboration and partnerships.  

EQUITY AND DIVERSITY: We provide an equitable and inclusive environment that champions learning opportunities for all. 


  1. Create opportunities for equitable access to programs and services for students. 
  2. Students and all partners feel heard, valued and supported. 
  3. Programs and services embrace the culture and diversity of students and all partners. 

ACHIEVEMENT AND WELL-BEING: We engage in innovative learning experiences that promote excellence in student achievement and well-being. 


  1. More students demonstrate growth and achieve student learning outcomes with a specific focus on numeracy and literacy.
  2. Staff will demonstrate excellence in instructional practices. 
  3. Enhance the safety and well-being of students and staff.

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