About Us - School Overview

Welcome to Lord Kelvin Elementary School

Lord Kelvin Elementary School is a K-5 school located in the heart of New Westminster. Our school offers its students an outstanding educational experience. Our classroom teachers, resource specialists, support staff, administrators, custodians, parents & the community support staff ensure students’ and their families’ needs are met.

Our present school enrolment is 590+ students in 26 divisions. We are a diverse population allowing students and staff to gain respect and appreciation for other cultures and people.

Our Mission

Lord Kelvin’s Mission is to provide a safe, nurturing and respectful learning environment that will empower our students to become confident and responsible life-long learners. We welcome the involvement of families and community as essential partners in supporting our children on their journey. In addition, our school Code of Conduct expects everyone will conduct themselves in a manner which is Safe, Kind, Respectful and Responsible in order to promote and maintain our school culture.

School Information

Please Note – Attendance is taken in the classroom every morning and afternoon. The Office checks all unaccounted absences. Please phone the school before 8:55 a.m. to report a student absence at 604-517-6060.

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1010 Hamilton Street, New Westminster, BC V3M 2M9

Grades Served:
Ken Millard
Nadia Young
Raquel Lamotte
Stacey Tuura
Trustee Liaison:
Elliott Slinn

Highlights at Lord Kelvin Elementary School

New book extravaganza!

We have been purchasing many new books for our library and students are excited to be checking them out! more

Chromebooks for Student Learning

One of the new tools we have for learning this year is class sets of Chromebooks. more

Student Activities

Chess Club is in the library on Tuesdays at lunch time. This has been a wonderful opportunity for students to learn how to play chess more