Our purpose


Each Child will be encouraged to:

  • Grow emotionally, physically, cognitively and socially.
  • Develop to their fullest potential.
  • Develop an appreciation and respect of themselves and others
  • Acquire an understanding of themselves and their own abilities.
  • Gain a sense of responsibility for their actions.
  • Develop an understanding of co-operation and sharing.
  • Develop a respect for people from a variety of backgrounds and special needs.

Each early childcare educator will:

  • Act as part of a professional child care team.
  • Maintain an open line of communication with parents.
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding all information pertaining to children and families served by the centre.
  • Respect each child as an individual.
  • Ensure each child receives quality consistent care.
  • Participate in planning of daily schedules as well as themes and activities that match the developmental level of the children involved.
  • Create a positive and loving environment.

Each parent will:

  • Communicate with the staff regarding their children.
  • Respect their child and other children in the daycare centre.
  • Develop an understanding of the policies and procedures that contribute to the orderly functioning of the daycare centre.
  • Maintain an awareness of current issues in the day care centre.
  • Ensure their child is participating and adjusting within the program. You could choose to separate the next statement to another bullet. Gain awareness of the various elements of the program. (E.g. Toileting, sleep routines, field trips etc) specific to the group care.

Mission Statement

We believe that each child is a unique and special person, endowed with an individual dignity, which should be nurtured and developed as one with the body and the mind. The support of a caring and intimate community allows your children to develop self-confidence.
By recognizing different temperaments and learning styles, by challenging and encouraging, and by working as a team, our staff will help the children to develop their identity.