We have gradually and safely re-opened all Kids@ Churchill Park Child Care Centres. Sunridge, Pump-Kin Patch, and PlayPenn families opened first, deep-cleaned, re-organized, re-furnished and re-vitalized! September saw the opening of Connaught and BrightLights. In October, we welcomed families at Parkside(formerly Babyworks) and opened Kahanoff Child Care, our new center located just outside of the downtown core near Hotel Arts.
As the health and safety of our little ones are critical aspects of providing quality care during the pandemic, please find our health and safety measures below.
0-6 Child Care Centres
At Churchill Park, we believe children are naturally curious and want to learn.
6-12 School Age Care
Our role is to give kids educational experiences and independence so they can be creative in a fun learning environment.
Family Day Homes
Family Day Home programs offer quality child care for infants to twelve-year-olds in approved and monitored family day homes.
Support for Families
Kids@ Churchill Park is a non-profit community organization where 100 percent of resources are re-invested in programs for your children. We nurture curious minds, healthy bodies and happy hearts.
The Non-Profit Advantage
Think non-profit child care is synonymous with fewer resources and lower quality? Think again!
“The research examining multiple variables across jurisdictions shows that public and non-profit child care is significantly more likely to be better quality than for-profit child care” ~ Childcare Resource and Research Unit. Three UK studies rated non-profits better than for profit child care centres, including a large study, which tracked 19,000 children. They concluded that the non-profits offered “higher quality provision in almost all dimensions measured.” ~ Journal of European Social Policy.
Operate a Day Home
Consider joining the Kids@ Churchill Park team and providing quality child care in your home as an approved Day Home Operator.
Parent Resources Churchill Blog
And just like that the leaf turn yellow, temperature are colder at night and the days are shorter. October is the season for squash, beets, carrots and of course pumpkin! This month I shared with you one of my “fall pleasure”. Eating a delicious scone with a warm...read more
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Welcome back everyone! I am so happy to be back in our kitchen. This month I want to talk about one of my favorite vegetables in my garden, the rhubarb. You read right, although it is often cooked with fruit, rhubarb is a member of the buckwheat family. It is one of...read more
Hi everyone, I hope you are all safe and healthy. I want to share with you some snack idea. The first recipe is a basic muffin. You can add anything to it. From fresh fruit to dry fruit and even nuts. Get creative and use what you have in your pantry. The second one...read more
March already! Are you as excited as me for spring? As the weather gets warmer and the day longer, I spend more time outside. Cleaning up the yard, getting the garden ready or just going for a nice walk. That’s left less time for cooking dinner. This month, I wanted...read more
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What Parents are Saying about Churchill Park
Fran McGilvray Cooke
Often we don’t take time to say thank you. So…I would like to say thank you to all the staff at Churchill Park. We are truly appreciative of all the work they do…
Mr. and Mrs. Cucuetu
We are the parents of two children enrolled with …Churchill Park Family Care Society since 2005. In all the years, we were very satisfied with the services provided by Churchill Park…
Mr. L. Fowler
As a single parent with a young daughter, I cannot say enough about the services provided by Churchill Park Family Care Society, nor of the peace of mind that I have knowing that my daughter is in Churchill Park’s care…
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