St. Peters Early Childhood Education Centre.
We offer both full day and part day programs. We plan developmentally appropriate learning opportunities that focus on all areas of development. Through play-based learning, our preschool children develop their social, emotional, cognitive and physical abilities, building on these skills through self-expression with arts, music, science, early literacy and physical activity. All of these skills are presented in a fun-filled way both inside the classroom and out in the playground.


Teacher/child ratio is 1:8

What you will need to bring for your child:
1. Complete change of clothing including socks
2. Outdoor clothing appropriate for the season. We go outside twice a day (weather permitting)
3. shoes or slippers
4. Crib sheet and blanket
5. PLEASE REMEMBER TO LABEL EVERYTHING


Staff at Our Centre

Heather Savoury - (Centre Director) 
Heather has been employed by the Association since 2002. Heather holds a level 2 Early Childhood Educator Classification.

Kendra Landry
Kendra has been employed by the Association since 2009. Kendra holds a level 2 Early Childhood Educator Classification

Francine Wincey
Francine has been employed by the Association since 2002. Francine holds a level 1 Early Childhood Educator Classification.

Leeann Martell
Leeann has been employed by the Association since 2010. Amanda holds a level 1 Early Childhood Educator Classification.

Haley Landry
Haley has been employed by the Association since 2014. Haley holds an Entry level Classification.


Richmond County Early Childhood Education Association operates three centres:

Our Association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that consists of parents and community members. Our facilities, in DíEscousse, St.Peterís and Arichat, are licensed for children 18 months - 12 years of age. Our staff, together with our Board of Directors, are committed to providing quality, inclusive Early Childhood Educational programming to your children.

 

We are fully licensed by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development to provide education and care for children from 18 months to 12 years.


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