Collaboration, dignity, respect – these are the core elements that guide the Early Learning Centre. In the time since Anne Luke opened the doors to the centre in 1977, we have grown by leaps and bounds while still adhering to these fundamental ideas. At the Regina Early Learning Centre, we use a strength-based model that truly begins with the members of our communities.
Parents are our partners and the first teachers of the children in our communities. By respecting families, listening to their voices and acknowledging their inherent strengths, the Centre has created a program which actively involves parents in their children’s early development and education, connects the child’s home and school life, and provides parents with opportunities to better fulfill their role.
If your plan is for one year, plant rice. If your plan is for ten years, plant trees. If your plan is for one hundred years, educate children.