Programs

Infants (0 - 18 months)

Our small group sizes provide your infant with the opportunity to develop a trusting relationship with their teachers and peers. Your child’s individual needs will be met within a loving and social environment. Your child’s teacher will stimulate their learning to establish a sense of self.

In the program, your child will acquire knowledge by exploring, experimenting, and interacting with the materials and environment. Fine motor skills are developed through art and sensory stimulation. Daily indoor gross motor activities support the development of large muscles. Community guests will enrich the program through cultural music, drumming, chants and lullabies. Adaptations and modifications will be made to the program to support your child with extra support needs. Your child’s development will be monitored and supported.

Toddler (18 months - 2.5 years old)

The toddler program will guide your child to explore the world with curiosity and wonder. Toddlers learn best through interactive play with people and play materials. Your toddler will be encouraged to try new things and have fun and learn through play. Various areas of play include small group interactions with songs, fingerplays, cultural music, chants and lullabies, cultural books and oral storytelling, puzzle and logic games to support problem solving, arts and other sensory stimulating experiences. Early Childhood Educators will plan experiences based on your child’s interests and capability. Early Childhood Educators will model self-calming techniques to ensure the safety and social emotional development of your child. Community guests will enrich the program through cultural and classical music, drumming, chants and other cultural experiences. Adaptations and modifications will be made to the program to support your child with extra support needs. Your child’s development will be monitored and supported.

Preschool (2.5 - 6 years old)

The preschool program focuses on cultural learning, academic learning, and learning emotional skills. There is an emphasis on individual responsibilities and problem solving. Early Childhood Educators will use learning techniques that help children continue to develop their language, literacy, numeracy, and scientific skills. These skills will be supported through experiments, classroom discussions, and small tasks which allow children to explore cognitively, socially, and express emotional development. Adaptations and modifications will be made based on an individual child’s strengths, interests and needs. Learning experiences will include field trips,community guests, community walks/explorations, outdoor and indoor learning.

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