WoodGreen provides high quality child care and enriched learning opportunities at various centres throughout Toronto. Our Registered Early Childhood Educators and Early Childhood Assistants are committed to continuous learning, and our curriculum is designed to respond to each child’s individual needs.
All child centres are provincially licensed by the Ministry of Education (with the exception of Pape House and Resource Consultation Services) and have Purchase of Service Agreements with the City of Toronto.
WoodGreen child care centres offer:
A safe, welcoming and positive learning experience that promotes social and emotional growth
A variety of engaging activities, including indoor and outdoor games, music, arts and crafts
Supervised learning by Early Childhood Educators (RECEs) registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators and Early Childhood Assistants
Resource Consultant available for parent consultations for children with extra support needs
Subsidies available through Toronto Children’s Services for eligible families
Healthy food provided by Yummy Catering
We also offer programs for older children (age 6 – 12) after school, on non-instructional days and during school holidays.
Central Manager, Child Care and Family Services
(416) 645-6000 ext. 1158
Working with families of children with extra support needs within licenced child care settings.
Families of children (age 12 and under) with extra support needs
Enderby Child Care opened in November 2006 as part of the Ontario government’s Best Start initiative to promote early learning and development. WoodGreen operates this program on behalf of the City of Toronto.
Located in Bruce Public School, the Bruce/WoodGreen Early Learning Centre opened in 2000 as part of Toronto First Duty. The centre offers a safe and welcoming environment to promote early learning and development.
Age Groups: Toddlers, Preschool, Kindergarten, School age
Opened in 2004, the Debbie Yeung Child Care Centre is part of WoodGreen’s Homeward Bound project, a comprehensive education and employment program for single mothers. Priority placement is given to Homeward Bound participants.