Our curriculum is based on the belief that children learn best through “play”, while experiencing the world around them. As early childhood educators, we believe our role is to provide a welcoming and safe setting, as we offer daily opportunities for early learning in all areas, including: self help skills, self confidence, and empathy for others. Our goal is to foster a child’s development as a whole (physical, intellectual, language, emotional, social) and life-long curiosity.

Some ways we do this include:

  • primary caregivers and small group sizes
  • Expanding monthly themes (often child led)
  • Early literacy programming
  • Free play in age appropriate developmental areas (such as dramatic play, library, block areas, and sensory and art experiences)
  • Daily circle times (exploring science, language, social and community issues)
  • Outdoor play (discovery, make-believe, and gross motor development)
  • Community involvement (regular walks in the neighbourhood, visitors of interest such as nurses etc)
  • Free play centres (hands-on science, sensory, and dramatic play etc.}
  • Turn-taking “circles” (show and tell, Q&A’s, literacy, music, gross motor)
  • Empathy programming (virtues)
  • Tactile art classes with many recycled and natural materials
  • Weekly yoga classes by a trained yoga instructor
  • Interactive music lessons through the Victoria Conservatory of Musicvictoria music


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