Scadding Court Community Centre
  • Phone :

    416.392.0335

  • Address :

    707 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 2W6

  • Email :

    scccinfo@scaddingcourt.org

Early Years Programs are for children aged 0-6.

ONLINE PROGRAMS

Covid-19 Resource List for Families
Toronto Children’s Services

 

EarlyON has re-opened for OUTDOOR in-person programming on
Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10.00am-1.00pm and 2.30pm-5.00pm.

 

WHO Children aged 3–6 years and their parents/caregivers
WHAT A relaxing and child friendly space staffed by Early Childhood Educators in which children and their parents/caregivers can play, learn, participate in activities, make friends, and find resources and information about parenting issues and programs.
WHY To provide a developmentally appropriate play space for children, a supportive environment and access to resources for parents, grandparents, caregivers and their children.
WHEN Monday to Friday 9:00am – 1:00pm, Monday to Thursday 2:30pm – 6pm (year round)
CONTACT Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 243

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TOGETHER LET’S WALK TOWARDS THE PATH OF TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION – October 19 & 20 , 2021

WHO Children aged 0 – 6 years and their parents/caregivers
WHAT A safe, supervised environment that lets children be active and meet their physical development needs by running, using riding toys and bicycles, playing games, and interacting with others. Parents/caregivers must remain with their children.
WHY To promote healthy child development and physical activity.
WHEN Thursdays 10:00am – 1:00pm (throughout the school year)
CONTACT Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 243
WHO Children aged 3 – 5 and their parents/caregivers (focus on newcomers, but all are welcome)
WHAT A program to develop child language, social, reasoning and self-help skills through literacy enhancement, encouragement of pre-reading skills, letters and numeracy, circle time, and sensory activities. Learning about healthy eating and nutrition is integrated into program activities. Workshops for parents/caregivers on parenting and educational issues are provided.
WHY To prepare children and their parents/caregivers for successful entry into the school system.
WHEN 10 week sessions (4 days/week) are offered at different community locations – contact us for details and to register.
CONTACT Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org or Florence at florence@scaddingcourt.org
OR 416-392-0335

 

Spaces Available for the 2021 Fall Session, September 21st – December 8th, 2021
See FLYER
WHO Children aged 0 – 6 years and their parents/caregivers
WHAT Free; Registered participants; In the gym; A variety of different forms of physical activities that improve physical skills and literacy
WHY – Encourages and promotes families and children to take an approach to a healthier lifestyle
– Incorporates physical activities and physical literacy- Offers families with the proper knowledge and skills to take action and maintain good eating and exercise habits
– Aims to instill a sense of awareness about physical activity from an early age to lay the foundations for a lifetime of healthy living for children and families
– Encourages and promotes an integrated approach of physical movement skills to be continued at home
– Free of charge and encourages families to access this opportunity at a location that fits their lifestyle
WHEN Contact us for details and to register.
CONTACT Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 243

 

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2021: #FeministRecovery #IWD2021

SCCC recognizes the importance of the ongoing struggle to achieve gender equality in Canada. This year’s IWD theme is #FeministRecovery.

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality.

 

Marked annually on March 8th, this day is one of the most important days of the year to:

  • celebrate the contributions of women and girls everywhere;
  • recognize women who inspire us all; and
  • renew discussion about the importance of gender equality in Canada and around the world.

This year’s theme, #FeministRecovery. invites us to take a pledge to advance gender equality and support an inclusive recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic by using #FeministRecovery on  social media accounts. An inclusive recovery offers the opportunity to advance gender equality and provide economic and social stability for all Canadians.

 


 

WHO Young parents (focus on parents under 25 years of age, but all are welcome)
WHAT A solution-focused program in which young parents learn about child development, safe positive interventions to manage challenging childhood behaviours, meet other supportive parents and develop prevention and intervention strategies. Childcare is provided.
WHY To provide parenting and personal support to young parents with children.
WHEN Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm
CONTACT Florence at florence@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 315

 

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WHO Children aged 0 – 6 and their parents/caregivers
WHAT A 6 week family literacy program that helps parents/caregivers understand how children begin to read and to develop and support pre-reading skills. Weekly sessions offer fun activities, discussion, as well as play and circle time to encourage reading skills.
WHY To build parent/caregiver skills for helping their child develop early reading skills and to promote parent/caregiver engagement in their child’s education.
WHEN 6 week sessions are offered twice per year – contact us for dates.
CONTACT Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 243

 

* Dates to be Announced.

WHO Children aged 3 – 6 and their parents/caregivers
WHAT Family Math is a program that encourages children to learn the beginnings of arithmetic, such as measurement, estimation, counting, sorting, and graphing, through concepts used in the real world.  The program uses everyday materials and fun games to help build an understanding of basic math concepts.
WHY To develop early numeracy and math skills in a positive environment and to promote parent/caregiver engagement in their child’s education.
WHEN 6 sessions – contact us for dates.
CONTACT Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org or 416-392-0335 ext. 243

 

* Virtually running 12pm – 1pm March 22, 23, 24, 25, 29 & 30, 2021
Please register with Sandy at sandy@scaddingcourt.org

 

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