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Child Care – Wawota & Community Early Learning Centre

Provided by: Wawota and Community Early Learning Center Co-operative

Service Description

A licensed child care facility that provides care and supervision for up to 30 children between the ages of six weeks and 12 years. Child Care Subsidy accepted. 

Parents/guardians are required to fundraise.

Able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.


  • Believe that every child deserves a safe, warm, caring environment in which to grow and develop to their maximum potential. 
  • Believe every child is entitled to be given the opportunity to develop personal responsibility and social skills, to learn to problem solve and to learn about other races and cultures. 
  • Goals are to: 
    • Provide high quality care in a safe, warm, inviting, nurturing environment in which each child can develop at their own pace.
    • Provide affordable, convenient, dependable child care services.
    • Assist children in their exploration of the world around them through a variety of enriching experiences.
    • Develop positive self-image, a feeling of self-worth and competence.
    • Learn to live effectively with others and to value one’s own rights and the rights of others.
    • Create opportunities to succeed physically, intellectually and socially
    • Facilitate and expand language skills, stimulate curiosity and strengthen gross and fine motor skills.
    • Develop emotional stability by helping children cope with their feelings and understand the difference between how they feel and how they act.
    • Help children develop social awareness through interaction with other children and responsible, accepting adults.

Programs and Activities

  • Are committed to fostering each child’s self-esteem, feeling of self-worth and value through the provision of stimulating activities and positive caregiving that will promote their emotional, physical, social and intellectual growth and development.
  • Each child is recognized as a unique individual who brings their own gifts to the program and deserves to be given the encouragement and space to try new things, explore new ideas and develop their own unique creativity.


  • Provision of good nutritious meals and snacks are important to the centre. 
  • Plan meals and snacks based on Canada’s Food Guide and recommendations from The Ministry of Education, Early Years Branch. 
  • Snacks consist of at least two food groups, with one being a serving from the Fruit/Vegetable Group. 
  • Lunch meal consists of a serving of all four food groups. 
  • Serve milk twice a day as a beverage. 
  • Water is available at all times. 
  • Centre limits food items that are high in salt, fat and sugar – if they do serve any of these items this is in addition to the regular nutritious menu, not in place of it.


Children between the ages of 6 weeks - 12 years.
Able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.

Application Process

Call or email for more information.


Full-time infant to preschooler $200.00/month
School-Age $556/month.

Fax: 306-739-2860

Business Line: 306-739-2528



Coverage Area

Wawota, Kenosee

Languages Offered


Wawota and Community Early Learning Center Co-operative


93 Hall Street
Wawota SK  S0G 5A0

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Mailing Address

Box 563
Wawota SK  S0G 5A0

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm.


Located on the ground level. Wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible washroom available.

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