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Grade 5 Be Active

Grade 5 Gets Active

Burnaby is continuing with its commitment to increasing physical activity and building healthy active lifestyle habits in Grade 5 students with the Grade 5 Be Active program.

What Services are Involved?

  • Indoor and Outdoor Pools – Public, Family, and Loonie Swim
  • Skating – Public/Family/Toonie (equipment provided)
  • Sports Drop-in – Gymnasium-based sports activities
  • Driving Range – Golf club use and 1 bucket of balls per visit

Grade 5 Be Active Passes

Grade 5 Be Active Passes are available now for the 2019/2020 school year. You can pick up the Grade 5 Be Active form at a Burnaby recreation centre.

Please bring birth certificate and proof of residency with completed form to a Burnaby recreation centre where you will be issued a Be Active Pass.

Spring / Summer Schedule of Activities »

How to Register

In September, all Burnaby Grade 5 students will receive a registration form from their classroom teacher. 

  • Students must take the completed Registration form to their local recreation facility where they will be issued a Be Active card that will give them access to a variety of free activities around Burnaby.
  • Burnaby residents who are in Grade 5 but not attending School District 41 are also be able to register by filling out a registration form and submitting by the end of September.
    Completed application forms along with a birth certificate and proof of residency must be taken to a local recreation facility where a Be Active card will be issued.
  • Please note: Every time they come to a Burnaby recreation facility, students must bring their Be Active card and swipe it at the front counter to be admitted.

Participating Facilities

Community Centres     Arenas Pools Golf Course
Bonsor Bill Copeland        Bonsor Burnaby Mountain
Cameron Burnaby Lake CG Brown Riverway
Edmonds Kensington Eileen Dailly     
Willingdon    Edmonds   
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