Along side the Musqueam Gateway and Pacific Spirit Park, your children will take their first steps on the forest trail, crunching fallen leaves, delighting in pinecones and saving acorns for squirrels.
The Southlands program offers a 8 student multi-age program (ages 1 - 5).
Along side the Fraser River, your children will explore the nature trails and dyke path that North Richmond offers.
The North River program offers a 16 student group 3-5 year old program (30 months - 5 years). The inside classroom is located at Tait Elementary.
Your child will thrive as they climb over driftwood, search for mermaids and nap outside listening to river waves and soaring eagles.
The London program currently offers infant-toddler (ages 12 months - 5 years) and group 3-5 daycare programs.
Great Herons, Pelicans, Snow Geese and more accompany your child as they learn outside each day near the West Dyke trail.
The Heron program offers a 25 student group 3-5 year old program (30 months - 5 years). The inside classroom is located in a stand-alone building on the grounds of Manoah Steves Elementary.
Ready to join our waitlist? Your next steps are to read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and view our virtual open house.
Fees, Waitlists and Registration
As a parent-participation program, all families are required to participate in volunteering within the program - be it in-classroom or outside of classroom hours through administrative or maintanance work. More information about our parent community can be found in our FAQ's.
All of our programs accept the Affordable Child Care Benefit and the Child Care Reduction Initiative.
For children requiring extra in-class support, who have approved AFU funding and who do not yet receive funding through Supported Child Care, our programs can bill the autism funding unit directly to cover the cost of a behaviour interventionist to work with your child in our program.
Alderwood House School is operated by the Steveston Society of Children's Centres.