Monday to Thursday
Monday to Thursday
Optional 30 minutes after school care available
Learn more about our programs
Join us in the classroom between 10 and 12 to meet our teachers, see the preschool space and hear first-hand experiences from current parents and students. Bring your little ones so they can explore the space and we can meet them!
There are still spots available in both our 3-year-old and 4-year-old programs!
We would be delighted to have you in our classroom! Now Enrolling for the 2018/2019 school year. Find out more about how to register
The four seasons are a general guideline for our themes, but as we incorporate Reggio Emilia approach and Montessori Philosophy into our practice, our curriculum becomes quite flexible from year to year. Detailed projects and themes are generated from group discussions, anecdotes and interests that the children bring to class. Our everyday activities include circle time, story time, and snack time.
At "Uhill" we boast professional, caring, kind, exceptional teachers. All of our teachers are Canadian Certified Early Childhood Educators with more than 20 years working together, combining different strengths and skills.
"My image of a child reflects a belief that each child is unique, strong and beautiful, each with their own ambitions desires and needs. My responsibility as an educator is to foster these ambitions by promoting each child’s self-esteem and sense of awareness. Each child needs to feel important and needs to be listened to."
"Children have potential, curiosity and a desire to learn. The teacher’s role is to provide the children with a range of possibilities and provocations. The wider the range of possibilities, the richer the children's experiences."
"I believe that all children are unique in their own way and that they learn though their play. A child is exposed to daily experiences, which will help grow the child's potential abilities. As a teacher I believe in providing these opportunities to children based on their ideas and interests ... Let's play!"