Accessibility PolicyTogether We Grow Learning and Childcare Centre is committed to developing policies, practices, and procedures that provide accessible quality services to its clients and their children. Services will be provided to clients with disabilities in a manner that promotes and respects dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity. Together We Grow Learning and Childcare Centre is dedicated to ensuring all programs…
During the course of the program, photographs and video of the children are sometimes taken. This may be for special days, e.g. Halloween parties, etc., for an article in the newsletter or on the website, by a parent at a class party, or for the annual class photos by a photographer invited by the school. Unless you notify the teacher…
The Day Nurseries Act of Ontario establishes that all children must be dropped off directly at Together We Grow, and be received by one of our staff. Together We Grow Learning & Childcare Centre is NOT responsible for children until a staff member receives them. Your children’s arrival will be recorded before you leave the Centre. When you, as a…
At Together We Grow, we never discourage a child from expressing his/her feelings. Our goal is to teach the children to express themselves in a constructive manner. We want the children to understand their own feelings and those of others. We feel it is best for the teachers to give attention to appropriate behaviour, while de-emphasizing the negative behaviours.   Behaviour…
Together We Grow Learning & Childcare Centre provides services to children and their families, and therefore has roles and responsibilities with respect to child abuse and neglect. The Child and Family Services Act requires that everyone who has reasonable grounds to suspect that a child is in need of protection, shall immediately report the suspicion and the information on which…
The Ministry requires Together We Grow to collect certain information about its students (enrolment packages, immunization info, emergency contacts etc.) This information is kept on file in the main office which is located at the front entrance of the building. With the exception of one emergency card which is required to be available in the classroom. This information is available…
A criminal reference vulnerable sector screening is a precautionary measure at Together We Grow Learning & Childcare Centre designed to ascertain whether employees or volunteers providing direct service to children have a criminal history which could potentially make them unsuitable for certain positions of trust. A positive response may or may not preclude employment or volunteering with Together We Grow…

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