We offer Full Day toddler and preschool programs in small class settings ensuring your child receives lots of loving care, attention and encouragement. Building trust, friendships and confidence is behind everything we do. Our programs deliver educational ELECT experiences in a play-based setting including math, literacy, science, art, music and French for ages 18 months – 4 years. We want your child to love coming to Purple Tree!
Our Nursery School provides morning and school-day classes for toddler and preschool children ages 18 month – 4 years. Play based preschool fundamentals such as literacy and numeracy coupled with music, creative and group play inquiry based activities ensure a stimulating, positive and engaging experience. We deliver a fantastic early learning experience so your child will love school!
Our kindergarten and school age Before & After programs offer care and support for children attending Maurice Cody Public School and Eglinton Junior Public School. Our programs cater to children from JK – grade five focusing on fun physical outdoor play and well as arts & crafts, games and inquiry based activities. Our warm and nurturing environment encourages neighbourhood friendships and offers a welcome change of pace from the regular school day.
Summer Camp for children aged 2.5 – 8 years delivers a fun and exciting camp experience right in our Davisville neighbourhood. Our regular Early Childhood Educators plan awesome trips, visitors, water play, group games, and arts and crafts. Morning and afternoon outdoor play plus excursions to local parks ensure your child is active and having a blast this summer!
Have a sneak peak at our themes for Summer 2019!
July 2-5 Water World (4 day week)
July 8-12 Amazing Animals
July 15-19 Ship Wrecked
July 22-26 Nutty For Nature
July 29 – August 2 Pan AM Games
August 6-9 Super Heros (4 day week)
August 12-16 Treasure Hunters
August 19 -23 Movin’n Grovin’
August 26-30 Beach Blast
Ministry of Education - Licensing Information
Licensed child care programs must meet and maintain specific provincial standards set out in the regulations. These standards provide for the health and safety, and quality experiences of children.