to Little Triumphs Early Childhood Centre
30 months to 5 Yrs Daycare
500 Edmonton Ave, Penticton
It may not look like a winter wonderland out there, but brrrrr…...it is cold. As we go out every day, all children need warm clothes including hats, mitts, boots and winter jackets
Thank you for your excellent care of my daughter. She has learned a lot and made some amazing friends. We have enjoyed having her in your care and she has always had wonderful stories about her day! Thank you!
Jeff & Lindsay
Hard to believe three years has come & gone just that fast. My daughter was drawing/colouring a butterfly and her sister said "make sure that it is symetrical". She not even used the word but knew what it meant. We knew in that moment, her knowledge of the word & definition had come from daycare. Just one small example of the many things you have taught by girls.
J & S Franklin
The years my daughter spent with you were and always will be cherished moments in our lives. You helped her grow and flourish. You've always been kind and went out of your way to help and you have no idea how appreciated that help was. Thank you.
I just wanted to thank you and your staff. Our experience here has been amazing. It is bitter sweet, sad to leave but time to move on.
Thank you for a wonderful experience and a whole lot of happy memories for both Marissa and I, at a time that we really needed it.
|The Little Triumphs Early Childhood Centre offers a stimulating
and enriching early childhood program for children aged 30
months to 5 years that provides a variety of activities to support
their social, emotional, physical and cognitive development.
This has been another busy, fun-filled year for both the daycare and the preschool at Little Triumphs.
A highlight was when "Mike the Reptile Guy" paid us a visit and the staff, children, and families were proud to have raised over $200 toward his cause.
See pictures below.
The wonderful, dedicated staff continually evolves the monthly programming and physical environment.
They have established cooperative rotations of resources and support between the programs with the intent of providing a variety of experienced approaches.
They continue to partake in a variety of professional development activities and several are working towards the completion of their Early Childhood Educator training.
Little Triumphs believes each child is a unique individual who will develop to his-her potential. We believe the developmental childhood years are extremely important to increase social and emotional skills in play based programs to prepare children for the future.
The centre recognizes parents/guardians as partners in our
committment to providing quality service. We involve
parents/guardians in all decisions affecting their child, including
intake and basic assessments, parent support meetings,
program newsletters, parent information bulletin board and
daily communication opportunities. Parents/guardians are
encouraged to participate in or observe day care activities and
arrange a parent meeting to discuss their child's progress, as
To provide a variety of enriched early learning activities including opportunities to develop and enhance the skills required for healthy child development such as large and small motor skills, cognition, and social skills.
To promote individuality, positive self-concept and respect for other people and their uniqueness
To provide a quality, early child care environment that is positive, nurturing and supportive
To provide a quality program based on professional early childhood standards and to support staff in their ongoing professional development
To promote healthy lifestyles for children and their families by providing snacks that meet Canada's Food Guidelines, and by teaching self-care skills that promote proper personal care and hygiene
To support and build strong, healthy families
To work in partnership with other agencies and community professionals on behalf of the children we serve
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The program believes in providing service in which all children are welcomed, supported, and valued. This means that the activities of playing, learning and growing happen in a way in which all children feel they belong. All children have different abilities and aptitudes; an inclusive setting accommodates and builds on those. The program follows the principles of a family-centred approach, shared responsibility and individual planning for children
Your Child's Safety
Learning, exploring and developing new skills always involves some challenge and often some risk.
We take responsibility to ensure we provide the safest environment possible which involves:
active and positive supervision
safe space arrangement of furniture, equipment and activities
developmentally appropriate programming and activities
preventative policies and procedures
The Participant Information Handbook is provided to each family during the Program orientation.
This handbook informs parents/guardians of the policies and procedures of the Program.