The School is dedicated to engaging children and their teachers in an educational experience that is enriched, innovative, and compelling. A Laboratory School education prepares our students for a lifetime of asking good questions, finding robust answers, and contributing to the nurture of our world and the people in it. Teaching practices and learning opportunities in the school are anchored in inquiry, developmental readiness, and emerging research.
The Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study Laboratory School mission is excellence in childhood education, teacher education, and research in an intentionally diverse environment. At Jackman ICS, we create a secure learning environment that inspires exploration, creativity, curiosity, and confidence to flourish. We honour diversity and value a deeply interconnected community, in which all members feel known, respected, and supported as active participants.
The Laboratory School community includes children from age 3 to 12, their families, student teachers, mentor teachers, researchers, and scholars. This community provides a secure and engaging environment for all learners.
Celebrations of Elizabeth Morley on the occasion of her retirement as Principal of the Lab School at the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, raises over $50,000 toward the Diana Rankin/Muncaster Family Tuition Support Fund.
This Fund extends the reach of and enriches the school as a diverse, inclusive, sustainable, accessible, and exceptional place for all to learn.
Please consider contributing to the fund. Donations may be made at: https://donate.utoronto.ca/give/show/183
Attn: Jun Cheng, Business Officer
"One of the most progressive and successful schools in the world is the Institute of Child Study (ICS) ... It is progressive because teaching is based on the best-understood, most-proven methods, developed over decades of research."