Designed specifically for grade 4 English-Ukrainian Bilingual students, this event provides the students with an opportunity to understand and appreciate the works of Ukrainian Artist, Leo Mol. The day includes a visit to a different cultural centre each year, where the hosts share their dance, history, art, food and other unique aspects of their culture.
This fieldtrip coincides with the grade 5 curriculum dealing with Manitoba’s history. The students will spend the day at the Legislature, learn about our Provincial Government building, explore the statues on the grounds, and meet some Manitoba leaders of Ukrainian descent.
English Ukrainian Bilingual students, from around the province, spend 3 days learning and experiencing Ukrainian language, culture and experience presentations from different faculties at the University of Manitoba, opening their eyes to what future opportunities are out there. The students also get to grow their friendships with their EUBP peers from across the Province while staying together St. Andrew’s College.
Grade 7 students will have the opportunity to visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights to learn about the Holodomor and explore Indigenous history at the Forks. MPUE also strives to coordinate a visit for EUBP students when the Holodomor National Awareness Tour – Mobile Classroom visits Manitoba.
Grade 8 English-Ukrainian Bilingual students, have the opportunity to take a 4-day trip to Saskatchewan and Alberta to visit Ukrainian-Canadian attractions and meet with fellow Manitoba EUBP students while learning about the culture and celebrating their time in the program.