Way To Grow Daycare

Our Child Care Programs

Our Child Care Programs

Many research studies have revealed that children while at play are already establishing a solid base for developing major life skills such as language and literacy, mathematics, science and technology, music, etc. Experiences created and offered during play (both indoors and out) are an important way to understand how children learn.  A child learns best when he or she is encouraged and interested.  At Way To Grow Daycare, our staff are continually adapting the activities and experiences to meet the specific needs of your child. 

Our Child Care Staff

At Way To Grow Daycare, our staff are Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECE) or hold training and/or experience that compliments the RECE.  ALl staff are encouraged to upgrade their education through recognized Early Childhood Education courses or relevant child-related programs. They are also encouraged to attend workshops and seminars to expand their skills and then apply what they learned.  All Early Childhood Educators are required to be an active member in good standing with the College Of Early Childhood Educators.

We also maintain a current membership with the Early Childhood Community Development Centre (ECCDC) to provide our staff with access to monthly training and a resource library from which materials can be borrowed.

All Way To Grow Daycare staff are required to complete Quality Child Care Niagara (QCCN) training.  This approach is unique to the Niagara Region and provides a standardized and research-based approaach to enhance the quality of child care programs.

More about our staff:

More about our staff:
  • Qualified and trained to deliver quality programs
  • Trained in First-Aid and CPR-C
  • Supported in establishing effective and positive family relationships
  • Provided a Police Check - Vulernable Sector Clearance
  • Maintain good medical health including current immunizations
  • Certified in Safe Food Handling

We adhere to the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 (CCEYA) legislation.