For Our Parents & Their Children
The staff has been working hard to create special videos for our parents and their children including topics such as why the daycare closed, daycare routines, rules, and fun activities like Music with Ashley. Take a look through the whole page to find extra resources and helpful links for parents. Enjoy!
COVID-19 Updates : ReOpening Survey
Daycare is still closed at this time. If you are a Parent of a child who attends the daycare, please fill out the following survey by Monday June 15th.
Google Forms, ReOpening Survey >
For our update on the issue, please see the following post
Updated (September 2018):
Our 2018 Parent Manual is available here (PDF)
Parent Applications Form
About the Centre
St. Michael and All Angels Day Care Centre reflects the rich diversity of our community, we are a non-profit licensed facility providing early child care in Toronto’s Bathurst Street and St Clair Avenue West neighbourhood since 1976.
We believe that children are individuals with their own strengths, needs, and rates of development. We believe that every child has the inherent right to develop to his or her full potential, socially, emotionally, physically, and cognitively.
We believe that this can only occur in a safe, stimulating, respectful, bias-free, inclusive, and loving environment.
The children are provided with opportunities to learn through play, using materials and experiences that encourage exploring, experiencing, questioning, and problem-solving.
Children develop skills appropriate to their stage of development through structured and unstructured play both indoors and outdoors. They are exposed to a wide variety of activities in art, science, music, dramatic play, sensory awareness, math, language, and more.
Each child is cared for in ways that encourage a positive self-concept, responsibility, independence, and a sense of security and happiness. They are helped to develop a sense of being a unique and important person, whose individuality is to be respected. They are also encouraged to respect the individuality and rights of others.