WHERE THE CHILD'S VOICE IS HEARD AND CELEBRATED
WELCOME TO SEEDS OF S.P.I.C.E. EARLY LEARNING CENTRE where children ages 5 - 12 yrs are celebrated in a high quality, child led environment that focuses on leadership opportunities, project work and monthly clubs while supporting social-emotional, cognitive, large and fine motor and creative development. Each program is located on-site at your school using a Reggio Inspired approach that believes all children are capable individuals with pre-set skills, interests and abilities that are supported and celebrated. Children are treated as contributing community members with a voice that will be heard and rejoiced.
We value guiding early learning processes, therefore we support an environment that promotes active engagement and participation while making meaning and co-constructing knowledge. We believe that children deserve excitement and the element of surprise with endless possibilities everyday. We encourage process oriented experiences and activities that support creativity and imagination while understanding diverse perspectives.
We believe that working with families, building and strengthening early childhood communities, in the care and learning of their children fosters places healthy communities where people exist in relationships that encourage growth, creativity, innovation, problem solving, and progress as people come together and share their individual perspectives, wisdom, strengths and skills.
"Our daughter fully enjoys her time at Seeds of S.P.I.C.E. before and after school care. The child directed learning allows the children to explore and develop their own programming with the ideas or events explored and supported by the staff. The staff provide a safe, structured and disciplined environment for the children while also finding opportunities to share this learning with parents."
Steve and Audra
“We appreciated being able to rely on Seeds of Spice during the time our kids were at William Reid School. The caregivers are attentive and caring. They provide the kids with lots of fun, stimulating things to do with their friends. They introduced our kids to knitting, sewing, and a variety of crafts and games. It’s like a structured play date every day.”
The Federal Election has been called and there are a lot of the same issues we're having in Alberta that are happening across the country, and we need our Federal Government to start recognizing the importance of school age as well! Here are a number of links related to the election:
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