Lansdowne is a diverse, downtown K-8 school in Sudbury, Ontario.
Lansdowne operates from Early Learning-Kindergarten to Grade 8 English and French Immersion with an enrolment of 264 students. As a school that has been the heart of the downtown core since 1929, we are proud of our rich history.
An impressive school, Lansdowne has three floors – with primary classes on the bottom floor; our Early Learning-Kindergarten classrooms on the main floor and Grades 4 to 8 students on the upper floor.
With a large number of First Nations students, Lansdowne offers an Ojibwe Language Program for students in Grades 1 through 8. We also have an Early Intervention Program and an Early Reading Intervention Program for students in Grade 1.
A large playground, with two sandbox areas for the primary children, is located on school grounds. There is a basketball court and a baseball diamond where children enjoy marbles in the fall and the spring. The classrooms have play equipment that can be taken out at recess. In addition, there are many picnic tables and benches for the children as well as trees to provide shade.