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George B Little Public School's Mission Statement

George B. Little Public School opened in 1957. The school received its name from Lt. Col. George Burnfield Little, an officer in the Boer War, and the Reeve of Scarborough Township from 1928 to 1931. The school presently serves just under 400 students from K-8, representing a wide variety of cultures and language groups. French Immersion at George B. Little begins in Junior Kindergarten.

Our Mission

Our mission is to encourage everyone to work together to promote a positive, safe, caring and co-operative, learning environment which ensures all of our children will develop the knowledge, skills, and values needed to effectively participate in society.  We focus on critical skills in Literacy, Numeracy and Global Competencies.

Our School hours are as follows:
9:10 am                - Entry Bell
9:15 - 3:45 p.m.   - Instructional Time
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. - Lunch
3:45 p.m.             - Dismissal

Student Leadership - "We are Lancers! We are one!"

Opportunities for Student Leadership abound at G. B. Little Public School.  Students learn skills in order to build a foundation for our Lancer Leaders program.  These students use their leadership skills to provide a kind and caring environment throughout the school.  The leadership opportunities include:
- Office Helpers
- Library Helpers
- Student Announcers
- Student Council
- Peer Leadership
- Student Ambassadors

More Information About George B Little Public School

Special Education - ISP Developmental Disability

A valuable part of G.B. Little, are the students in our Primary, Junior and Intermediate Intensive Support D. D. classes.  These students work with their teachers to learn both academic and life skills.  In addition, these students are integrated throughout the school developing strong peer relationships and as ambassadors of understanding and perseverance.

Full Day Kindergarten

In September 2010, the school began as one of the first sites for the Early Learning Program. This initiative brings full day learning to Kindergarten for children four and five years-of-age. This program provides support for our youngest learners as they develop, play, learn and grow. In September of 2022 we welcomed our first French Immersion kindergarten class.

LEAP-Literacy Enrichment Academic Program

Learning together is the goal for students in our LEAP program (Grade 6 - 8).  Students in this specialized program come together from many countries, with many languages and varied educational experiences. They are new to Canada and the school system and are supported with intensive upgrading programs, with an emphasis on literacy and numeracy.


For our Intermediate students, school initiatives focus on the development of critical thinking skills in all subjects.  A core/rotary timetable allows students the opportunity to develop strong connections with teachers and receive specialized instruction.

Student Life - Where You Belong


We have a very active and engaged student body at G.B. Little Public School. We encourage our students to show excellence through academic studies, positive character development, and participation in our many co-curricular clubs and teams. We provide opportunities for our students to learn additional skills through our athletics programs and our co-curricular clubs. Whether our Kindergarten students are experiencing a trip to the farm, or our primary students dance the evening away at the Folk Dance Jamboree, our dedicated staff always provide opportunities for our students to develop new skills and experiences.
Some of the athletic activities offered include: Cross Country, Slo-Pitch, Borden Ball, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, and Track and Field.
Some of the co-curricular activities offered at G.B. Little include: Folk Dance, Talent Show, Recycling club, Eco Club, and Karaoke Club.  For all of our students there is an opportunity to get involved!


George B. Little P.S. caters to a culturally mixed and socially diverse community from Kindergarten to Grade 8. We service students from a variety of cultural backgrounds with varied educational experiences. We regularly celebrate our successes through daily positive reflections over the announcements, as well as at our monthly recognition assemblies. Our staff meet regularly to discuss best practices for our students to achieve to their fullest potential and we frequently monitor student progress in order to maximize student learning. 
At our school we have a “Good…Better…Best!” philosophy in student academic growth and character development. At G.B. Little, we regularly chant,…“We are Lancers…We are ONE!”


At George B. Little P.S., we believe that education is a partnership involving parents and families. We have an active and involved School Council. Our dedicated Council helps to strengthen programs in our school in order to ensure that a high quality of education is available for all of the children at our school. Through various after school events and fundraising activities, our School Council has helped to support learning needs. At G.B. Little, we engage our community by having them participate in our Spirit Days and Curriculum Night where all of our community partners, social service agencies, healthcare professionals, and local businesses meet with our families to celebrate our G.B. Spirit!