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Childcare at New Beginnings

Childcare at New Beginnings

New Beginnings offers high quality childcare for parents who attend our program. We believe that a child’s parents are the most important people in their life; therefore, our childcare staff work closely with parents to create an environment that is very family-oriented. 

Details

We are a fully licensed childcare centre with two facilities located 150 metres from the classroom. 

Our staff are qualified Early Childhood Educators (infant/toddler certified) with extensive experience. 

Our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing environment that offers a wide variety of activities to support the social, emotional and physical development of children. 

We have three different childcare programs for children under three years of age. 

Our Daycare

Or daycare provides quality childcare for students’ children (6 months to 36 months.) Daycare is available either part time or full time with breakfast, snacks and lunch included on site. 

New Beginnings’ highly experienced staff provides activities for children based on their ages and abilities. 

Daycare Fees

New Beginnings’ students can apply for the Affordable Childcare Benefit to cover the cost of childcare fees. This process is simple and our Childcare Supervisor is happy to assist students with their applications. 

Office Hours

9:00am – 2:00pm Monday – Thursday

Friday 9:00am – 11:15am

Following the school calendar (closed winter/spring breaks and summer)

Address

School Location
32355 Mouat Drive
Abbotsford

Mailing Address
Archway Community Serivces
2420 Montrose Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3S9

In Partnership With:

In addition to funding from the Province of BC and Abbotsford School District, New Beginnings receives fundss through donations from the Abbotsford Kiwanis Club, Abbotsford Quilters’ Guild and other generous individuals and community groups. 

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