Whitehills Childcare Association is very excited to announce that we have been awarded the operation of the child care centre and before and after school program at Sir Arthur Currie, the new Thames Valley District School Board’s elementary school in Northwest London at 2435 Buroak Drive.
As well, we will be the lead agency for the Family Centre being built at this same location. At this time it is anticipated that the before and after school will begin the first day of school, September 2017, followed by the child care on October 10th, 2017 and finally the Family Centre. These time frames could shift as construction progresses. The child care will accommodate 88 children, infant to pre-schooler as well as a before and after program for children kindergarten to age 12 years. If you are interested in enrolling your child in our Northwest program please follow the London & Middlesex Child Care Waitlist link and complete an on-line application.
This project is generously funded by the Ministry of Education, in support of the Early Years Vision and in partnership with Thames Valley District School Board and the City of London.
Please Note: If you are applying for a child care space, please use October 10th, 2017 or later as your start date. If you are applying for a before and after space, please use September 5th, 2017 or later as your start date. For more information please contact Stephanie or Sarah at 519-471-1640.
“This is such an amazing opportunity for our organization to expand in a meaningful way in the Northwest London community and this new location will be central to all the programs we currently operate. This addition to our organization gives us the ability to serve our families and our communities in an expanded way, offer opportunities to staff and to work closely with multiple community partners including the school. Whitehills has provided child care services in Northwest London for 41 years. We are very excited to now have the opportunity to expand our child care services as well as to further support children, families and the community in the Family Centre. As lead of the Family Centre, in conjunction with the various community partners, we will provide coordinated services for families including parenting and early learning, early childhood education, public health and wellness, recreation, sports and leisure, youth services, referral, resources, information and awareness.”
– Diane Gordon, Executive Director