We offer FUL-TIME and PART TIME spaces.
You may choose to enroll for 2, 3 or 5 days per week.
Educator/Child Ratio 1:8
A Registered Early Childhood Educator oversees the classroom, curriculum and activity programming.
These ratios and staff qualifications ensures that your child gets individual attention and you get to know the classroom teachers. Being in small groups with familiar teachers allows your child to build trusting relationships and comfortably explore and learn.
Our program curriculum offers a range of activities to stimulate a preschooler’s love of learning. Our curriculum centers on activities that help them explore new things about themselves, one another and their environment. Our pre-literacy program excites children about the alphabet by providing them with multi-sensory learning opportunities, such as: visual (looking at the letter), auditory (listening to the letter sound), kinesthetic (sky writing the letter), tactile (printing the letter on a sensory tray). They also engage with art, music, scientific observation and experimentation, pre-literacy, reading and writing, French pretend play, and physical play.
Our preschoolers are increasing their fine and gross motor skills and want more answers to their questions. The classroom provides a stimulating environment which contains a wide variety of materials and activities designed to enhance your child’s skills including building blocks, role playing, imagining, painting, creating, puzzles, problem solving games, scientific discovery activities, reading, writing, learning numbers, space and measurements, find motor and gross motor skills. In addition to the stimulating environment of activities and materials the classroom is furnished with an Air purification system, air conditioning, cubbies, and sleeping cots.
Children will be given 2 hours of outdoor play per day, weather permitting. Generally, children will spend 1 hour outdoors in the morning and 1 hour outdoors in the afternoon. The specific outdoor play times may rotate depending on the day to allow children to stay in small cohorts. During inclement weather, alternate active play will be provided indoors. We ask that you always dress your child for the weather so that your child can participate comfortably outdoors.
Children will be provided a rest period not exceeding 2 hours. This typically happens after children eat lunch, clean up and go through their washroom routine. Children who do not sleep will engage in quiet activities (i.e. reading, puzzles, drawing). Children’s needs may change from week to week and we encourage parents/guardians to communicate changes in-home sleep patterns.
Preschooler's are building on their social skills and ability to self-regulate.
They are learning how to manage their emotions and impulses in ways that will help them successfully navigate the world around them.
The continue to make connections and friendships and are encouraged to practice new social skills including sharing, negotiating, managing frustration, recognizing the needs for moments of quiet time and empathy.
Our Preschool Program offers opportunities for exploration and experimentation where learning foundational skills happens in a fun environment.
Some key learning outcomes in our preschool program include fostering:
Our early childhood educators help children to understand routines, which simultaneously allows them to feel competent and confident in their current preschool classroom and prepares them for kindergarden.