Our Operators' page gives providers of early learning and child care programs access to funding opportunities, policies and guidelines, supports for children with special needs, online services, training and more.
Opening a Child Care
Information for operators wanting to apply for a contract for fee subsidy with the City of Toronto
Key Documents for Child Care Operators
Guidelines for confidentiality and sharing of information
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The City is working closely with the Province and school boards on implementing Full-Day Kindergarten while promoting the broader vision for Early Learning and Care outlined in Charles Pascal’s report.
Middle Childhood refers to the time in a child's life when they are between the ages of 6 to 12 years. While these children are in school for most of the day, they also have a lot of out of school time when their parents may be working or attending school.
Early Learning for Every Child Today: A Framework for Ontario Early Childhood Settings describes how young children learn and develop, and provides a guide for curriculum in Ontario’s early childhood settings.
The Toronto Child and Family Network has been established to promote positive outcomes for children and their families. It builds on the success of the Best Start Network, which met for the last time on December 1, 2011.
Overview of Aboriginal Programs including child care, school age, Head Start, Family Support and Toronto Child & Family Network-Aboriginal Advisory and Planning Committee information.