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Child Care

Provided by: Milestones Early Learning Centre

Service Description

A licensed child care facility that provides care and supervision for up to 23 children between the ages of six weeks and grade one. Priority is given to teen parents. Community spaces offered. Child Care Subsidy accepted. 

May be able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.


  • Believe there is no one thing that is most important when it comes to educating and nurturing children.
  • Believe the first five years of a person’s life are fundamentally the most important – this is where children learn the most and it is their responsibility as child care providers to make sure this is a positive safe environment for children to learn in.
  • Believe all areas of development are important – child care providers help children learn how to self-regulate, problem solve, express their feelings in a positive manner, work with others and respect other people’s choices and decisions even if it is not what the children want.
  • Centre works in partnership with parents by:
    • Helping their children be successful in what they are trying to accomplish.
    • Doing regular screenings with parents on their children’s development to make sure the children are meeting developmental goals.
    • Sending out monthly newsletters with advice and having a Facebook page where child care providers send out activities and advice to all parents.
    • Referring parents to other organizations if child care providers feel parents require additional supports.

Programs and Nutrition

  • Child care providers try to make learning fun and therefore teach through play.
  • Children are allowed to join group play or play independently – there are numerous options of play material to explore on their own, at their own pace – invitations are changed on a weekly basis, unless children are still interested, in which case invitations will stay out longer.
  • Believe every child learns differently so child care providers do their best to present invitations in many ways – an example is when the children are going to finger paint – some children do not like to get dirty, in that case child care providers will add materials to let the child still paint but with a different medium.
  • Day consists of free play, indoor/outdoor, some teacher led and child led activities – centre prefers the child led but sometimes the children need help to get started – if it is child led, child care providers will try to stick with this play as long as the child would like to – for example if the children are interested in learning about horses, child care providers will turn the environment into as much about horses as possible and teach the children about different kinds of horses, where they live, what they eat, things they like to do, and will count and colour horses – anything the children would like to do in order to teach them science, social, math etc. – believe teaching this way is the best way for children to work on developmental skills without even knowing they are.
  • Throughout the year child care providers take time to directly focus on learning about other cultures to try and teach the children about how not everyone is the same and that it is interesting to learn about each other – for example. when centre does their travel agency environment, child care providers teach about other locations in the world and what it is like to live there.


  • Believe nutrition is extremely important in children to help their physical and mental development.
  • Have a four week rotational menu which is provided to parents.
  • Provide a morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack – including all four food groups – menus are always approved by a consultant.
  • Parents are more than welcome to bring in any special foods their child may require.


Children between the ages of six weeks - grade 1.
Priority is given to teen parents. Community spaces offered.
May be able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.

Application Process

Call or email for more information.


Teen Parents - Free as long as they meet the criteria set by the Ministry of Education (under the age of 22 and actively attending school working towards obtaining their grade 12 education).
Community Spaces are $200.00/month

Business Line: 306-773-2429

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm throughout the Chinook School Division calendar year



Coverage Area

Swift Current

Languages Offered


Milestones Early Learning Centre


210 - 1100 11th Avenue Northeast
Swift Current Comprehensive High School
Swift Current SK  S9H 2V6

Get Directions

Located on the second floor of the Swift Current Comprehensive High School

Mailing Address

210 - 1100 11th Avenue Northeast
Swift Current Comprehensive High School
Swift Current SK  S9H 2V6

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Follows Chinook School Division Calendar. Closed during the summer.


Wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible washroom available.

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