At EEDC, our dedicated and certified staff are experienced professionals who possess relevant qualifications, including certifications in CPR, First Aid, and Early Childhood Education. They are passionate educators who understand the unique needs of each child, tailoring their approach to foster a love for learning and help children reach their full potential. Our staff members are committed to ongoing professional development, staying up to date with the latest research and best practices in early childhood education. They create a caring and nurturing environment, prioritizing strong relationships with each child in our care.
Situated at 288 Humberside Avenue in St. John's Church, West Toronto, EEDC offers exceptional facilities for your child's development. Our center features four bright classrooms and a spacious gross motor skills room for indoor play on rainy days. We also provide a supervised, fully fenced outdoor play area, allowing children to explore and connect with nature. Our well-designed spaces inspire learning, growth, and memorable experiences.
At EEDC, we prioritize the well-being and nutrition of every child. That's why we have partnered with Wholesome Kids Catering, a trusted provider known for their commitment to healthy meals. With a certified on-site cook who holds a food handler certificate, we ensure that each meal is prepared with the utmost care and expertise.
Our meal program includes two nutritious snacks and a delicious hot lunch served daily.
At Early Enrichment Day Care (St. John’s, West Toronto) Inc. (the“Centre”) our program is based on the four
foundations of learning from How Does Learning Happen? Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years (2014)
document. At Early Enrichment we believe that in order for children to succeed and thrive they need to feel a
sense of belonging, well-being, be able to engage with peers, adults and their environment, and have
opportunities that allow them to express themselves in a variety of ways.
We view the relationship between children, families and educators as an intricate part of children’s learning. We
understand that children are competent, capable, curious, complex thinkers, and rich in potential and families
play the most influential role in their child(ren)’s learning.