New Toronto Co-operative Nursery School Provides
A stimulating preschool in an enriched and nurturing environment
Morning program for children aged 2 1/2 - 4 years
Two qualified and experienced teachers
Well equipped indoor and outdoor facilities
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Offered two, three or five mornings a week (9:15-11:45 am)
Designed for preschool aged children 2.5 - 4 years old
Cooperative preschool committed to physical, emotional, social and cognitive growth and development of children through a quality play-based program
Low teacher to child ratio of 1:8
Max class size of 16
Includes special trips and educational visitors
Runs Sept. to June
Outdoor play structure
Parent Job & Fundraising activities
“Thank you for helping our daughter successfully transition to nursery school and overcome all her obstacles.”
“You have given our son new tools and tips that have made a huge difference, and we now look forward to kindergarten because we know he will do so much better that we could have imagined prior to this year.”
“You have made so much of an impact on our daughter’s growth & development. I can’t thank you enough.”
“You have made my daughter’s first introduction of school the most positive one & we cannot thank you enough.”
“I am grateful for you and the program you have created. She loves coming to school and that makes us so happy.”
New Toronto Co-operative Nursery school was founded in 1973 with the mandate to provide a rewarding pre-school experience in the Lakeshore area.
It is a parent-run, cooperative, non-profit nursery school that strives to meets the physical, social, intellectual, emotional and creative needs of the preschooler.
The school helps parents acquire a better understanding of their children by means of participation in the school program, and open communication between parents and teachers.
The New Toronto Co-operative Nursery School is licensed under
the Child Care and Early Years Act, Ministry of Education.
Toronto Children Services Summary Report 2019