A licensed child care facility that provides care and supervision for up to 33 children between the ages of 18 months and six years. Child Care Subsidy accepted.
Parents/guardians can participate in fundraising or can pay a fee to not fundraise.
May be able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for information.
- Provide high quality child care, which provides opportunities for children to develop socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically through loving childhood educators.
- Provide a service to the community that takes the stress off working parents of finding excellent quality childcare.
- Provides a safe, nurturing environment where children can develop.
- Provides a home-like setting where children can play and learn.
- Teaches each child so he/she may experience challenges and success.
- Encourages each child to develop self-care skills and self-responsibility.
- Holistic, responsive and developmentally appropriate early learning programs.
- Programs focus on the healthy development of the whole child – social, emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual development.
- Key principles of early learning programs include: children as competent learners, holistic development and learning, strong positive relationships, and stimulating and dynamic environments.
- Environments have the power to share the learning that takes place. Children are very aware of their environments from an early age. Key characteristics of a strong learning environment: promote positive social-emotional development, encourage optimum physical development, create an aesthetic setting that nourishes children’s spiritual development and stimulates intellectual/cognitive and language/literacy development.
- Children’s relationships with other children, their families and the wider community influence their development. When children feel safe and comfortable in an environment, they engage more fully in activities and interactions. Educators recognize the importance of parent and family involvement in early childhood programs. Significant shift towards developing more respectful, committed relationships between families and educators in early learning settings. High quality early childhood programs include caring educators who establish stimulating environments that support positive self-identities in children. Working together through play, children learn to use their language and social skills as they cooperate, negotiate, persist in tasks and collaborate to sustain their play.
- Aim to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals. Employment decisions will be based on merit, qualifications and ability. Does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices based on race, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law and human rights.
- In recognition of the Statement of Apology to former students of Indian Residential Schools made by Canada on June 11, 2008, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s 94 Calls to Action, Dalmeny Daycare aims to work with the community to purposefully acknowledge the harm caused by residential schools and move forward with reconciliation. With these commitments in mind, the duty to accommodate Indigenous spiritual-cultural beliefs and practices is affirmed.
- Provides morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack daily, at 9:00 am, 12:00 am and 3:00 pm respectively. The menu is updated monthly to provide children with the opportunity to experience a variety or food. Our menu follows the Canada Food guide and is monitored by the Ministry of Education. A copy of the current monthly menu can be found on the Parent Information board.
Parents/Guardians must discuss all dietary restrictions with the Director. In some circumstances, parents/guardians may be asked to provide food for their child to meet their dietary requirements.
Our childcare centre is a nut-aware facility.
Children between the ages of 18 months and six years. May be able to accommodate children with delays and differing abilities. Please contact for information.
Full-time: Toddler $467 per month, Preschool $444 per month.
Child Care Subsidy accepted.
Dalmeny Daycare Inc.
401 Wakefield Avenue
Dalmeny SK S0K 1E0
Dalmeny SK S0K 1E0
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