St. Martin's Manor Early Learning Program
St. Martin’s Manor Early Learning Centre offers high quality early learning programs in a play-based environment for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The Registered Early Childhood Educators in our program have specialized training in Infant Mental Health, supporting children with special needs, and are committed to ongoing professional learning in their field.
At St. Martin’s Manor Early Learning Centre we specialize in supporting the children of young parent families (parents under the age of 25) and children with physical, emotional, and cognitive special needs.
Provide play-based learning experiences for children in a warm and nurturing environment
Build healthy social relationships with other children and caregivers
Work together with parents, family and community supports to help children reach their goals and foster healthy attachment
Create an inclusive environment for all people – children and families.
Our hours of operation are Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Our inclusive program encourages families to be active participants in their child’s early learning. We welcome parents and guardians to share their child’s interests and accomplishments and to be open about concerns regarding their child so that we can support them to reach their full potential.
For information on how to add your child’s name to our wait list please contact Sherri Brown at 905-575-7500 ext. 318 or by email at email@example.com
The infant program welcomes children from 2 months until approximately 1 ½ years of age.
Children between the ages of 18 months and 2 ½ years are welcomed into our toddler program.
The preschool program welcomes children from 2 ½ years until they enter school.
Time for Me Respite Program
The Time for Me program is a respite program for young parents (under age 25) and their children from birth – 5 years of age. This program allows young parents to take some time for themselves while their children are cared for by experienced childcare providers in a friendly and nurturing environment.