Little Town Daycare is fully licensed by the Ministry of Education and governed by Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014(CCEYA). We strive to bring your child a fun-filled learning experience by providing unique early year activities and exercises that combine play and learning.
Little town Daycare is dedicated to support and nurture the creative, emotional, intellectual, physical, social, and academic development of young children and to strengthen children's ability in the following aspects:
Empowering children to believe in their abilities.
Promoting children's emotional quotient: self-awareness, self-motivation, empathy and social skills.
Providing positive reinforcement to build self-confidence and independence.
Providing learning at an early age to build a strong foundation for school.
Providing and maintaining a healthy learning environment.
Increasing the child's knowledge of the world.
Our Daycare Program Statement
In our Toddler and Preschool programs each child will experience two hours
of outdoor play (weather permitting) daily, indoor activities as well as a time
to rest and sleep, quiet and active times; always being mindful of each
child’s needs and parental direction.
Each child will be provided with opportunities to learn and play in self-
chosen activities, using materials and experiences that encourage exploring,
experiencing, questioning and problem solving. Materials are placed at
children’s level to allow free choice and children are encouraged to be self-
reliant in routines such as dressing, toileting, washing, eating and cleaning.
Educators will support and work collaboratively to ensure that children feel
safe, secure and healthy.
In addition, our Educators are trained in facilitating and expanding the
individual child’s interest with materials and activities, creating an
environment that is appropriate for his/her developmental needs and levels.
These factors ensure the growth of each child physically, cognitively,
socially, emotionally and creatively.
Educators will post a weekly plan that contains observations, plans and
documentation to support the children’s learning. The Educators will
observe the children and use that information to plan and create a positive
learning environment that is based on the interests of the child, and
supported by all the adults in the program.
Educators will reflect on “How Does Learning Happen?”, by reviewing
their observations and engaging children in meaningful activities, by
maintaining communication with parents and building trusting relationships
with the families, by working with their co-workers to create a safe and
healthy environment and by taking the time to engage in self-reflection in a
In our full day Toddler and Preschool Programs, individual child’s learning
is documented in a portfolio that shows the child’s development through
play based learning opportunities. We are currently introducing different
methods to share the information with families on a regular basis.