Your little one learns through laughter!

Our daycares are much more than a care centre: they are learning environments. Through play, your toddlers acquire skills that already prepare them to succeed in school… and in French! Our staff implements a holistic approach to early childhood development. With us, early childhood education is very important!

Our teaching approach

Every child deserves personalized attention, and to have their personality respected. We therefore adapt our activities to the kids, rather than adapt the kids to the activities. Childhood’s enthusiasm and joie de vivre are energies that need to be channelled. But we let the children guide us: they’re very good at letting us know if we’ve managed to reach them where they are, to begin, and then brought to explore further afterwards.

Play is how a child acquires new concepts and develops confidence in his or her abilities. Because our aim is overall development, we keep in mind that distinctions between physical, intellectual and emotional development can be artificial. In reality, each one of these aspects influences all the others.

When we prepare our programs, we make sure that they include a variety of opportunities for development and avoid narrow goals and rigid frameworks. We make plans, but they are never complete: only a child can bring the finishing touch!

Our daycares include all this:

  • Infant groups (3 to 18 months);
  • Toddler groups (18 to 30 months);
  • Preschool groups (30 months to 4 years old);
  • Full-time or part-time;
  • Subsidies available;
  • Specialized workshops offered by professional artists and experienced facilitators;
  • 2 snacks, 1 hot lunch;
  • Early childhood professionals;
  • Professional development for staff;
  • Stimulating activities adapted for your children;
  • Outdoor games;
  • Secure service;
  • From 7 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday.
Julie Joncas

Childcare services coordinator

  • 705-675-6493 x 200

La Slague jeunesse

La Slague jeunesse offers a full season of first-rate artistic events to Greater Sudbury’s children and families.