Garderie le Nid de Namur

06 - Montréal

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Workplace description

We are a high quality center, a place where children between 6 months to 5 years of age can grow, learn, discover, and flourish. Our center is family oriented, community based and offers a healthy and safe environment. We respect and encourage the importance of a child building their autonomy, becoming social beings with the freedom to express themselves. Our center offers a curriculum which is individualized to each child’s development. We believe communication between the family and caregivers is important to the healthy development of all children. Our educators are selected based on their educational background, individual skills and their ability to stimulate and support the children in their learning. The center provides an environment which promotes and incorporates bilingualism, creativity, literacy and physical activities, as well as presenting opportunities for children to become conscious citizens of their environment

Why join our educational team?

Our values are centered on the overall development of the child, the relationship between educators and the family and the importance of community. The program integrates play, projects, natural materials and outdoor time. This area of Côte-Des-Neiges, known as the 'Montreal Triangle' In addition, the area is easily accessible by public transportation. We are less than a 5 minute walk from the Namur metro station which gives access to the Metro system, and close to 7 different bus lines. For those who travel by car, we are close to highways 15 and 40. With an outdoor playground and a large movement room, children have many opportunities to diversify their experiences. The team has time built into their week for planning and opportunities for professional development courses.

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