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Children’s interests are valuable to their learning and offer a rich variety of experiences. The type of activities we offer daily include:  


  • drama, music, visual arts 

  • language and literacy 

  • nature, science and technology 

  • construction and design 

  • special interest clubs (i.e. soccer, drawing, dance, engineering)

  • daily physical outdoor play 

  • opportunities to work on homework 

  • rest time for children who require it, based on their developmental needs.


Our program is unique in that it isn't just limited to the classroom. To explore all the elements of learning, we expand our program to activities outside the classroom, within the community.

We carefully plan our indoor and outdoor programs to provide:

  • active learning

  • a safe and secure environment

  • inspire exploration of emerging strengths and body awareness

  • collaborative and individual activities

  • provide opportunities for children to explore the world around them based on their individual interests and needs. 


Our Programs Are Designed To: 


  • encourage children to interact and communicate in a positive way and support their ability to self-regulate 

  • foster the children’s exploration, play and inquiry 

  • provide child-initiated and adult-supported experiences   

  • offer opportunities to create authentic lasting relationships with others in the program   

  • provide an environment that fosters curiosity, one that allows children to explore. 

  • to provide a safe and caring environment (a place where children want to be and where they feel “at home”), in which to grow and develop to their maximum potential.

Our program is aligned with the Ministry of Education policies, pedagogy and curriculum. They include:

  • How Does Learning happen?

  • Ontario Early Years Framework

  • Think Feel Act: Lessons from Research About Young Children 

  • Early Learning for Every Child Today 







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