Serving Toronto families for more than 40 years, our education experts offer standard-setting programs for infants, toddlers and pre-school children. We want children to be learners, to love to learn, to be part of a community of learners, and to grow into awesome adults who can make a difference in the world.

Reminder: Sunscreen

Please apply sunscreen on your child(ren) in the morning and the teachers will reapply it in the afternoon.  Children are encouraged to wear hats and light coloured, loose-fitting clothing to protect as much skin as possible. Please ensure that your child has appropriate, labeled clothing (that still fits) available at school.  We have a very limited amount of clothing available.


During a smog or extreme heat advisory, children can participate in modified outdoor activities such as: minimizing outdoor time between the hours of 11am and 3pm; playing in shady areas; and ensuring that water is available for drinking.  Let’s enjoy the warmer weather!


Latest Dispatches

  • Casa children in yoga classcity place

    Yoga for Children

    Several articles have been published regarding the benefits of yoga for children's health and mental well-being as well as on how parents can start a yoga practice in the home. (Please click on "view" for these articles.)

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    Gardening and Harvesting!

    The children have been busy pulling weeds, collecting yard waste, watering plants, and keeping our playground beautiful. We planted beans, strawberries, cherry tomatoes, lavender, morning glories, and our ribbon plant cuttings, maintained them and watched them grow. (Please click on 'view" for more photos and information.)

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    Dramatic Play

    Dramatic play is a part of every child's growth and development. It often occurs in the form of imitation, as most children do this in their process of adaptation. Thus, allowing them the opportunity to develop a sense of self and receptive language skills. (Please click on "view" for more information and photo examples of dramatic play.)

  • Child gluing 3D objects on a head piecesimcoe place

    Celebrating Aboriginal Day!

    We read stories and learned about Indigenous culture, created art, and discussed traditional clothing and some of the cultural items such as inukshuks, totems, tepees and dream catchers. "We don't inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children" - Aboriginal proverb (Please click on "view" for more photos.)