The Kids@ Board in consultation with the Executive Leadership Team has determined our existing closure protocols will remain in place through June. Our re-open plan has a soft date aiming for July 6, with a staggered re-opening of some of the centres. As the date approaches for a potential re-open, we will continue to keep families updated. Please note that our Family Day Homes continue to operate. Please CLICK HERE to contact our Program Manager.
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
If you are looking for ways to add vegetables into your kid’s food, making zucchini bread is a great way to do it. An easy fluffy zucchini bread with fresh zucchini. The recipe below makes moist, soft and delicious bread. This is a great option for a snack, treat, or...read more
Well just like that, we are in September! Is it just me or summer went really too fast! September for most of us mean back to school time, but it is also time to harvest our garden. We are in full season for tomatoes, onion, carrot, potatoes, peppers, and cucumbers....read more
Well, that was a lot of rain we receive in June! Rainy day means a perfect day for cooking with your loved ones. A lot of you have been asking for Chef Caroline’s granola bar recipe, so she agreed to share it with you! It’s an easy one to make and your little...read more
This month in the kitchen we’re visiting the world of curries. This variety of dishes originate from the Indian subcontinent and are usually prepared in a sauce which includes a combination of spices or herb. They are so versatile! Vijay, cook at Pump-Kin Patch, share...read more
The days are getting longer everyday now, everything is greener, and we can see some flowers coming out already! It feels so great! This month Chef Caroline wanted to share with you her delicious potato salad. This salad is a perfect side dish for summer, especially...read more
Last month in the kitchen, we brainstorm to bring some new summer item on the menu and we have a lot of ideas! Ghenet, our assistant cook tolls us the story about a meal she used to eat when she was in Greece. She calls it “Arakas” and describes it as a green pea...read more
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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Address: 3311 Centre Street NW