Little Feet Little Faces is focused on the development of your child, with our creative and academic Ontario based curriculum. Children may attend Little Feet Little Faces educational facility full time or they may attend part time hours. If you choose the full time option with Little Feet Little Faces this will assist to extend your child’s academic creative learning in the areas of: Language, math, science, French, computers, visual arts, dance, drama and music; preparing your child for Elementary.

Academic School classes run Monday through Friday, September till June; part time or full time, half days or full days all year round. Summer Camp operates in the months of July and August. – one month or two, part time or full time, half days or full days.

Report cards for full time JK/SK are aligned with the standard formatting of the Ontario District School Boards and follow the Expected Learning Outcomes provided by the Ontario School Curriculum Guidelines. Progress Reports will be given to children who attend our program weekly and use Little Feet Little Faces as their main educational facility.

Full time hours
Parents may choose an 8 and a half hour day time slot, between 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
During a full time slot, academic school classes are: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Custom extended hours are available upon request and may be subject to a waiting list Example:
Early drop off option: 7:30 am - Late pick up option: 6:00 pm

Part Time hours
Morning class: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Lunch program available until 12:30pm)
Morning Extended program: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (Lunch included)
Afternoon class / After school program: 2:30 pm (3:30 pm) - 5:30 pm
Late pick up option: 6:00 pm available upon request and may be subject to a waiting list

Specialised Classes
As children engage in our curriculum they have the opportunity to partake in specialised classes. These classes allow them the opportunity to expand their repertoire of skills, work with their peers in small group settings and to experience the high quality and professional teaching from some of the city’s finest educators. As children engage in these specialised lessons they have the opportunity to build on the primary attachments from their initial caregivers / teachers. Children use their secure attachments to develop a level of trust and safety as a base to explore new bonds along with friendships, with both their new teachers and new class friends.            183 Avenue Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2J2          Tel: 416-923-8882          Fax: 416-923-8802