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Visit an Early Learning Site

Early Learning Site Visits allow educators to visit or host early learning programming that offers high-quality practices for young children.




1. Benefits

Site visits provide a professional learning opportunity for early childhood educators. 

Visits are held in three-hour sessions to observe the interactions between children and educators in the program environment. 

You will also be able to see the vision and principles of the Play and Exploration: Early Learning Program Guide, Essential Learning Experiences, or Children First: A Kindergarten Resource and the Kindergarten Curriculum in action.


2. Eligibility

The early learning site visit is designed for educators who are interested in seeing and understanding high quality early learning in a variety of settings.

Participants are encouraged to attend as a staff team.


3. How To Apply

To visit an early learning site, see the brochure for 2018-19.


4. Apply

Applications to become a site visit for 2018-19 are now closed. New sites will be announced in August.

View the Early Learning Site Visit Description 2018-2019 and Possible Areas of Focus for Early Learning Site Visits.


5. Further Information

In most cases, a site visit only has space for four to five visitors. Evening visits may be arranged that have space for larger groups of up to 10 – 12 visitors.

Virtual Site Tours have been developed to support early years educators where distance limits opportunities.

Currently, the four Virtual Site Tours are from:

  • Alleykatz Early Learning Centre in Eastend;
  • a Prekindergarten classroom in Meadow Lake;
  • a Kindergarten/Grade 1/Grade 2 classroom in Macoun; and
  • a Hudson Bay Child Care, Early Learning Centre.

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