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St. Ursula Elementary School
"Where Wisdom Begins In Faith And Wonder"
  • St. Ursula Elementary School
  • 11 Dwellers Road
  • Brampton ON, L6X 5C1
  • Phone: 905.454.5213
  • Fax: 905.454.7843
  • Principal: Kevin DaCosta
  • Vice Principal(s): Maureen Miller
  • Superintendent: Sue Steer
  • Trustee:
  • Linda Zanella (Ward 5)
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St. Ursula Important Updates

Welcome to St. Ursula Elementary School

Vision Statement

All who enter St. Ursula Catholic School will be inspired to commit to a life journey guided by the Gospel light of Christ.

Mission Statement

The mission of St. Ursula school community is to ensure that home, Church and school are collaborative partners in the building of an environment that reflects Catholic faith and values by celebrating each person as a member of the Body of Christ and by challenging all to achieve excellence spiritually, socially and academically.


Mrs. Baker's Classroom Energy Diet Challenge
Mrs. Baker's Grade 6 class has recently participated in the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge. As part of this contest, they have submitted 2 videos. The first to win an outdoor classroom ($10,000) for our school, and the second to win money to be used for technology improvements.  We need each of you to vote for our videos. It is very easy to do: 
Watch the video's on the following links.  After the video is over, click on "vote" and then click "yes".  It's that easy!
Please vote every day! This would be great for our school. You are allowed to vote once a day per device. That means you can vote each day from your home computer, smart board, class computers, school computer, phone, ipod, ipad, tablet, etc.


St. Ursula Brings to you... "Rockin' Royals"

St. Ursula Elementary School Proudly presents “Rockin’ Royals” written by (staff members) Leilani Charles with music by Lisa Cheaney-Hogan. The play is about St. Ursula putting on a play, with a host of characters ranging from staff members to former St. Ursula students. "Rockin’ Royals" is a tribute to all the hard work that goes into putting on a production and dedicated to the loving memory of Miss Julie Bryce.
Don’t miss out! May 7th and 8th at 7pm, Tickets are 2$ each.


Kindergarten Registration for 2013-2014.pdf

St. Ursula School Wins Premier's Safe Schools Award.pdf

New Additions:





Young Rider Orientation Day


On Saturday August 23, Student Transportation of Peel Region (STOPR) will hold a Young Rider Orientation Day for all Kindergarten children and their elementary age siblings. Read More

Top Ontario Scholars


The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board is pleased to announce its Top Ontario Scholars for the 2013-14 school year. Read More

EcoSchool Certification


Dufferin-Peel’s 149 Catholic schools are now 100% EcoSchool certified, completing a process that began in 2009. Read More

Busing Eligibility


At its meeting on June 17, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board approved a reduction in transportation distance eligibility for secondary school students from 4.8 kms. to 3.8 kms. Read More

Board Graduate Survey


In late April, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board surveyed 5,362 Grade 12 students from all 26 of its secondary schools to see to what degree they saw themselves reflected in the seven Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations. Read More

2014-15 Budget


At the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board’s regular meeting held Tuesday night at the Catholic Education Centre, the Board approved a compliant $855.5 million operating budget for 2014-15; a budget characterized by Chair Mario Pascucci as “a good news budget for students and the community.” Read More

2014 Distinguished Alumni


The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board has released its second annual “Distinguished Alumni” poster series featuring profiles of alumni who have gone on to make significant and unique contributions in their respective careers, industries and communities. These posters are distributed to all Catholic schools in Dufferin-Peel. Read More

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