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Getting Ready for Tomorrow’s “Its Time to Grow Up!” PA Day (Nov 2)

Getting Ready for this Friday’s “Its Time to Grow Up!” PA Day (Nov 2) Royal Botanical Gardens Bus Trip Day Dress for weather, we’ll be going outside for some activities “rain or shine” 😉 Here’s more information about the great program we have planned, and to assist your attendance. Location You must arrive by 9am in order to go on the bus trip to

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Welcome to Camp Waterdown!

We are excited to offer Waterdown, Flamborough, Hamilton, Burlington, and Aldershot families award-winning, affordable Before / After School Age programs (Guy B. Brown Elementary, Alan A. Greenleaf Elementary, Mary Hopkins Elementary), PA Day, March Break & Summer Day Theme Camps as part of our HWDSB Authorized School Age Care program.

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Our Programs

  • Toddler & Preschool

    Toddler & Preschool

    ECE certified, Ministry licensed day care program for Toddlers (18 Months) to Pre-Schoolers (5 Years) in a purpose-built facility attached to WDHS. Est. 1992 as a charitable not-for-profit partner providing an exceptional care, education and nutrition program to the Flamborough community.
  • Before/After School

    Before/After School

    HWDSB approved in-school extended school care and PA Day provider with programs for 3.8 - 12 year olds located at Allan A. Greenleaf, Guy B. Brown and Mary Hopkins Elementary Schools.
  • March Break Camp

    March Break Camp

    March Break Week Themed Camps for 4 to 13 year olds. Exceptional physically active and inclusive child-centric education-based fun programs.
  • Summer Camp

    Summer Camp

    Locally famous weekly theme summer day camp program for children aged 44 months to 13 years that emphasizes child involvement, physical and outdoor activity, field trips, exceptional learning opportunities and fun themed activities.



Our Education & Care Philosophy

...is based upon the following set of principles:

  • Children must have some control over the direction of their learning;
  • Children must be able to learn through moving and experiencing through their senses;
  • Children have a relationship with other children, adults and material items and their environment that children must be allowed to explore; and
  • Children must have endless ways and opportunities to express themselves (there is no one correct way).

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