Early Learning

St. Brigid

About St. Brigid

50 Broom Street, Ayr, Ontario  N0B 1E0

Opened in January 2018 in the St. Brigid Catholic Elementary School in Ayr, Ontario, this location offers infant, toddler, preschool and school-age programs.

Tours and Availability:
Please call or email the Supervisor, Alisha Williams, or Assistant Supervisor, Denise Acton, to arrange a tour or to inquire about availability.


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St. Brigid Learning Stories

We love sharing all the learning that is taking place in our programs. Every program at our centre shares a new story each month, so be sure to check back often! You can also email and print each story to share with friends and family. 

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St. Brigid Projects

Projects evolve based on the children's interests, where our educators act as co-learners. Projects are documented in three phases; generating ideas by making a plan, implementing the plan and reflecting on the learning.

Preschool 1 Completed: March 2018 RECEs: Keri and Candice Objectives: To explore the children’s interest in trains, sparked by the train that passes behind the child care centre.                   The Train project began as a result of the educators observations of the children running to the fence yelling, "Train!" when they heard the train whistle in the distance.   Throughout the project, the children gained both insight and knowledge surrounding trains through various experiences. They learned about how tracks are made, various types of trains, and they also got to see the train pass by up close and personal! The excitement in these moments were shared between both the children and the educators.   The project concluded with the children creating their very own train, using boxes donated by a parent. The 3D train was a hit, and stayed within the program for weeks following the conclusion of the project!   Take a look at our project and find out just how capable, competent and curious children really are.   Click here to read the complete documentation on our project        


Toddler 2 Completed: August 2019 RECEs: Steph, Emily and Melody Objectives: To explore the children’s interest in bab...

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