With the recent announcement, the centre offers places for 2022 for children across the Greater Toronto Area. EYES Child Care was created to offer care, education and support to children to help their social development.
More details can be found at http://eyeschildcare.com
With the latest updates from EYES Child Care, children at the centre have access to learning innovations that focus on building their self-confidence and encouraging empowerment alongside more traditional educational techniques.
Using the Early Years Education System, the centre has created an environment that encourages children to socialize and develop their cognitive and intellectual skills, as well as following a more traditional education curriculum. By being in a supportive, positive place where they can discover and develop their own interests, each student has the freedom and empowerment to balance learning with creativity and physical activity alongside their peers.
Though classes are taught in groups, teachers make sure to get to know each student and treat them as the individual they are, so that they can discover the best learning style for each child and help them to develop at their own pace. At EYES, children are prompted to follow their own interests in order to grow their individual skills and abilities in their own time, and use them in other areas.
EYES Child Care covers a range of main core subjects in class, including literacy, mathematics, sciences and languages – all of which begin at an early age and are taught using group discussion techniques designed to encourage engagement and independent thought. Outside of these core topics, students are also allowed the freedom to self-regulate their activities and rest times, to build a routine that suits them and their development.
The curriculum also includes creative and physical aspects, leaving plenty of time for music, singing, arts and crafts, and sports to encourage critical thinking skills that build a solid foundation for other aspects of education. Students are also required to take part in simple, real-world chores designed to help prepare children for life outside of education, in addition to activities designed to encourage discipline and self-control such as meditation and yoga.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting http://eyeschildcare.com
EYES Child Care
EYES Child Care
9131 Keele Street #A4
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