Little Scholars

Child Care

Call Us Today: 604 885-0687  

Careers

 
Right now we have an Early Childhood Educator position available. 
If you are interested in a rewarding career at Little Scholars give us a call 604 885-0687 or email sherri@secheltdaycare.com
Our yearly trip to the Parties and Ponies Hobby Farm
Our yearly trip to the Parties and Ponies Hobby Farm The children spend time riding ponies, feeding and petting the bunnies, chicks ...
The play house is always a cool place for imaginary games
The play house is always a cool place for imaginary games
Welcome to our little town of Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast
Welcome to our little town of Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast
Triple action
Triple action One day we had triple fun, as three of our Little Scholars each had pretty pink jackets with the same pretty pink patterns. We were seeing triple everywhere.
Summer days for our School Age program are spent at many of our awesome Sunshine coast beaches
Summer days for our School Age program are spent at many of our awesome Sunshine coast beaches
Bible Ball Camp for the School Age children
Bible Ball Camp for the School Age children Every summer we have a fun filled week of softball with rallies, awards, yummy snacks, and free tshirts, and hats. Come on out and join us July 3th to the 8th 2018
Snack time - picnic time
Snack time - picnic time Under the shady kiwi arbour we often have snacks on those warm summer days
Balancing on our giant bolders or on one of our tire rows is always fun
Balancing on our giant bolders or on one of our tire rows is always fun And great for developing strength, skill and coordination.
Mr. Turkey
Mr. Turkey
Doggie
Doggie
We are so glad you have stopped by Little Scholars for a visit
We are so glad you have stopped by Little Scholars for a visit At our school we have both School Age Scholars, and Little Scholars
It's always fun to spend time climbing our old growth trees
It's always fun to spend time climbing our old growth trees
and they even have Mr. Ed the talking horse!
and they even have Mr. Ed the talking horse! He likes to whisper in your ear.
Our 15 Passenger Bus
Our 15 Passenger Bus It is great for field trips in the summer and picking up children after school. It is always so fun to ride with friends in the big bus
Mr. Peacock
Mr. Peacock

    There Are So Many Reasons That Supervised Big Body Play is Really So Good For Children


Roughhousing, rough and tumble play, play fighting, horseplay…we have different names for it but all early childhood teachers have seen it: that bone-jarring, boisterous, often frightening playstyle young children seem to love, and crave. See Frances Carlson  Associate Dean, Chattahoochee Technical College to learn the top reasons why young children need to play this way and how it supports every aspect of healthy development. Learn what policies and procedures help support Big Body Play in group care, as well as how to prepare for and supervise it both indoors and outside. Learn how to document the effectiveness of Big Body Play and share its importance with families.

 

GALLERY

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It is my pleasure to write a letter in support of Little Scholars.....I've been very happy with the care provided by Little Scholars Child Care.  It is a place of highly skilled, experienced and caring daycare providers; which in turn creates a great learning environment for the children.  I've always felt comfortable leaving my children in the care of Little Scholars. 
I fully support the efforts of Little Scholars Daycare as they ......provide continuous and reliable childcare as children grow thru the years from infant to school-age children.

Sincerely,

Parent of Two

 

 
A Thank-you Card From One of Our Many Happy Families

Thanks to all the staff and children that have added joy to our lives and a place to belong.  We will be thinking of you when we are eating pancakes, playing on the monkey bars, collecting points and crafting.  Really a part of every day. 

We carry you in our hearts and with us where ever we go.  Please let us know if you are going to {our new town}...the door is always open. 

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Another Letter of Support From

the Council of Child Care Professionals

On On behalf of the Sunshine Coast Early Years Council and the Sunshine Coast Success By 6 Initiative.  I am pleased to offer support to Little Scholars Child Care.
Little Scholars has been as important pillar in the provision of child care in our Sunshine Coast community since 1997.  Little Scholars provides quality care by highly trained ECE staff to children from 30 months to grade 7. 
The Sunshine Coast Early Years Council is an active group of professionals in our community's early years sector.  As the body that oversees the local Success By 6 initiative, we represent Health, Education, Government, Business, Parents, Recreation and Social Services.  The Early Years Council recognizes the good work of Ltlle Scholars and support their plans to offer much needed infant and toddler care in Sechelt.
The Sunshine Coast Early Years Council fully endorses Little Scholars Child Care.

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See What Parents are Saying About Little Scholars

 

Instead of  asking

How was your day? 

Try these ideas from Alice Bradley

 

Don’t ask your child what happened at school that day. It doesn't often go anywhere past "Not much or nothing".

Look, I get it: You want to know how your child’s day was. Whether they’re 5 or 15, you want to know every detail: who they talked to, what they learned, how impressed or horrified their teacher was by their behavior, who was mean to them, who they were nice to or if they were mean … and on, and on.

Try this instead: When you’re reunited at the end of the day, look at them and say the following: “Hey, I’m so happy to see you.” Then shut up. (You could add, “How are you?”, especially if they appear troubled.) Or talk about anything else: what you’re having for dinner that night, or an inspiration video about a cat and a dog who are best friends. And of course they might decide to get super chatty about school at that point, or later—during dinner or before bedtime. But you’re not not asking them in a bid to get them to tell you stuff anyway, right? Of course not. :)

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