Ages 0-6 Child Care Centres
At Kids@ Churchill Park, we believe children are naturally curious and want to learn. Our role is to provide a quality learning environment that encourages exploration and independence with opportunities for children to practice the myriad of emerging skills that are acquired in the early years.
Program planning for our child care centres is based on the most current research surrounding Early Childhood and Brain Development. We offer rich educational programs that build on the imagination and potential of each child.
At our child care centres, we recognize that each child is an individual who will develop at his or her own rate. We plan open-ended activities that allow children to participate at their level, yet still be challenged new experiences in a safe environment.
Kids@ Churchill Park accommodates children with special needs in all our child care programs.
All of Kids@ Churchill Park’s eligible sites are accredited by The Alberta Association for the Accreditation of Early Learning and Care Services, recognizing excellence in child care above licensing requirements.
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Kids@ Churchill Park – BabyWorks Centre
BabyWorks is a unique child care centre that responds to the growing need among Calgary families for exemplary care for infants and young toddlers. It is the first centre in the city that focuses solely on babies and very young toddlers.
Kids@ Churchill Park – Bright Lights Child Care Centre
Kids@ Churchill Park – PlayPenn Child Care Centre
Kids@ Churchill Park – Pump-kin Patch Child Care Centre
Located in the heart of downtown in Suncor’s west tower, this centre is an employer-sponsored child care centre of Suncor Energy.
Kids@ Churchill Park – Sunridge Centre
Sunridge is an Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) centre funded by the Government of Alberta. Parent fees are $546 per month and there are no changes to subsidy eligibility.
Kids@ Churchill Park – Kahanoff Child Care Centre
Located in the Beltline, this centre is supported by the Calgary Foundation and The Kahanoff Centre for Charitable Activities.