Children's Programs


Children's Programs 2019-2020


Roblin Park Children’s Programs is a 70 space licensed child care facility that provides Nursery School, Kinder Care and School Age Care. 


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Program Updates:

- Afternoon Nursery School: Registration opens July 29th 2019. DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM HERE.

- Tiny Tots (Morning Nursery School) is full for the 2019/2020 school year.

-School Age Kids Club is full for the 2019/2020 school year. 

-Kinder Care Kids Club is full for the 2019/2020 school year. 

If you have any questions, or would like to register please call 204-885-6054 or email: cp.rpcc@gmail.com


Tiny Tots Nursery School Program

Tiny Tots is a nursery school program for children 2 - 5 years of age.
  • 3 - 5 year olds - Mon/Wed/Fri  9:00 - 11:30 am
  • 2 - 3 year olds - Tues/Thurs     9:15 - 11:15 am
If you would like your child to attend Monday to Friday please contact the Director. 

Our Curriculum

Our curriculum takes into account key perspectives of Montessori and Reggio Emilia. Montessori education is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits and respect for a child’s natural psychological development. The Reggio Emilia approach, developed by Loris Malaguzzi, is a program based on the principles of respect, responsibility, and community through exploration and discovery in a supportive and enriching environment.


Areas Of Learning

  • Classroom materials are grouped in similar areas of learning and lead the children from initial concrete concepts to later abstract learning. Children learn through the "hands-on" approach: 
  • Through practical life exercises children learn to care for themselves, one another and their environment. 
  • Sensorial activities provide specific opportunities to explore, order, broaden, and refine sensory perceptions. 
  • Language exercises nourish the children's vocabulary, enhance self-expression, and develop reading, writing, and listening skills. 
  • Math and manipulative materials allow exciting concrete experience with number concepts and operations.
  • Cultural subjects including science, art and music deepen the children's awareness of the world around them. 
  • Gross motor activities reinforce spatial and body awareness and strengthen control of large muscles, and eye-to-hand coordination. Indoor and outdoor activities are part of the program.


Afternoon Enhanced Nursery Programming

We offer 4 afternoon nursery programs for children 3 to 5 years of age. Perfect for your non napper! Each class runs from 1-3pm. Children registered in morning Kindergarten can attend our afternoon programs. 

These programs are broken down into 3-10 week sessions. $50/session per class. ($5/day)

Creation Station: Mondays
Mini Scientists: Tuesdays
Music and Movement: Wednesdays
Little Chefs: Thursdays

Session 1: September 16th to December 6th 2019
No classes: October 14th to 18th and November 11th to 15th

Session 2: January 6th to March 20th  2019
No classes: February 17th to 21st 

Session 3: April 6th to Jun 19th 2019
No classes May 18th to 22nd 

Registration forms can be downloaded here and returned to the centre. First come first serve. The centre is open 7am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday.

Emails will not be accepted as a way of registering. 30 spots in each program available. Registration will be ongoing until capacity has been reached. Completed Forms and post dated cheques must be brought into the centre to secure your child’s spot. 



Music and Movement 

Our Music and Movement program is for children 3- 5 years of age. This year we have collaborated with a company called Bang a Beat. We will have a music therapist who specializes in early childhood education come to Music and Movement for a 1 hour session each week. The second hour of the program will focus on physical education as we have fun and get our bodies moving through a variety of games and activities. Please dress your child in comfortable clothing and athletic footwear. Children are asked to bring a labelled water bottle. 

Music and Movement in Early Childhood promotes:
  • Creativity
  • Express emotions
  • Sharing and cooperation
  • Listening skills, Improved language and literacy growth
  • Familiarizes children with musical heritage of various regions and ethnical backgrounds.
  • Stress relief and reduces anxiety
  • Builds confidence and self esteem 
  • Stronger bones and muscles
  • Better posture and balance
  • A stronger heart
  • A healthier weight range
  • Promotes leadership skills
  • Helps develop social skills and friendships
  • Leads to better focus and concentration during school
  • Develops problem solving skills and improves memory
  • Gives them more energy during the day and helps children sleep better at night


The Creation Station

Our Creation Station program is for children 3- 5 years of age. This ten week program will offer a combination of creative arts using a variety of mediums and recycled materials in addition to learning about famous artist throughout history.  Please provide a smock or old dress shirt.

Benefits of Art in Early Childhood:
  • Cognitive skill development
  • Social and emotional development
  • Promotes the use of their imagination, creativity, self identification
  • Critical thinking and inventiveness 
  • Observational skills
  • Cultural awareness
  • Fine motor development
  • Math and language skills
  • Allows for decision making and provides choice
  • Experiencing success 


Mini Scientists

Children are naturally curious and we want to support them every step of the way by introducing them to exciting experiments and activities. Teachers will guide them as they explore nature and the world around them both inside and out. Experiments and exploration can get messy so comfortable play clothes are recommended. 

Benefits of Science in Early Childhood:
  • Shaping thoughts and opinions 
  • Develop life long critical thinking skills
  • Learning to work with others and make observations
  • Develop tentative explanations and ideas
  • Sharing and listening skills 
  • Communication/language development
  • Sensory awareness
  • Mathematical skills 
  • Fine motor skill development 


Mini Chefs

This program will have children learning about healthy eating, where our food comes from and learn life skills along the way! Food prep, growing vegetables and so much more as we bake and cook using  a variety of child friendly recipes! This program will have children using cooking utensils that may include knives to cut up some foods. All food used is nut free. 

Benefits of cooking in Early Childhood:
  • Develops math science and comprehension skills
  • Exploration of different foods and an adventurous pallet 
  • Teaches good hygiene practices
  • Learning about their senses
  • Cleaning skills
  • Language development and reading skills
  • Lays the foundation for healthy eating habits
  • Eye hand coordination development
  • Builds self esteem and boosts confidence
  • Learning about safety in the kitchen
  • Interest in food and cooking that will last for life
  • Problem solving and creativity
  • Become self directed and independent


Kids Club Program

Kids Club has 2 child care programs within it for school age children in grades 1 to 6 and children enrolled in afternoon Kindergarten. The program runs Monday - Friday, September – June.

For Summer care, families can register for weekly blocks of care as the centre operates for 8 weeks during July and August. More information about summer child care can be found under the Summer Program tab on the website. Summer information is updated in March. 
  • Kinder care is a separate program from the school age program. Children currently enrolled in kinder care and are needing care for grade 1 must be placed on our waitlist. Priority is given to children currently enrolled in Kids Club before the general waitlist is utilized. 
  • Children enrolled in Nursery School who need kinder care must be placed on our waitlist and priority is also given over the general waitlist. 
  • School age care is before and after child care that includes in-service days
  • Kinder care is a full time preschool spot which means care is provided when school is not in session. 
  • Part time care is only available when 2 families can be matched up to create 1 full time spot. For more information on part time care please contact the Director. 
Our Kids Club program provides warm and caring staff who offer a curriculum similar to the foundations of our nursery school program that consists of a mixture of Montessori, Reggio Emilia and play-centered care. Both teacher directed and child directed activities are provided. 

We currently provide child care services to children attending Dieppe School, Beaumont School, Charleswood School and Roméo Dallaire School. Children are walked to Dieppe School. If bussing is required please contact the transportation department through the Pembina Trails School Division. 
 
Our facility’s operating hours are from 7:00 am – 5:30 pm Monday - Friday.

Contact the Director, Natasha Keith, at (204) 885-6054 or cp.rpcc@gmail.com for more information.



Children's Programs Contacts


Natasha Keith

Director

(204) 885-6054

cp.rpcc@gmail.com



Parent Reps (2019-2020)


Keri Renouf

Daryl Armitage

Tara Buechler