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Palmerston Community Daycare

Palmerston Community Daycare (1749)

734 Palmerston Ave  (Bloor / Bathurst)

This non-profit, licensed child care, serves children 2 years 6 months to 12 years. It is located in Palmerston Public School.
A child care fee subsidy may be available to help you with the cost of child care.

Program Offerings and Quality Ratings

Early Years Programs Capacity Vacancy+ Quality Rating
Preschool 32 Yes 4.12   / 5
Before- and After-School Programs Capacity Vacancy+ Quality Rating
Kindergarten 26 Unknown 3.42   / 5
School age 30 No 3.83   / 5
+ Vacancies change regularly. Please contact centre for the most current information.

Centre Contact

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More Information*

Centre escorts children to the following schools:

  • Walk to Palmerston Avenue Junior Public School

Languages spoken by staff:

  • Chinese - Other, German, Italian, Panjabi (Punjabi) and Portuguese

Dietary services:

  • Catered Food
  • Food Prepared on Premises
  • Gluten-Free Food Option Available
  • Organic Meals Available
  • Peanut-Free Menu
  • Pork-Free Menu
  • Special Meals Available upon request
  • Vegan Food Option Available
  • Vegetarian Food Option Available
*This information has been provided by the child care. Please contact the centre for the most current information.

Program Support

Toronto Children's Services Consultant, Anne Farrell, 416-397-1677, visits this centre during the year and provides support and consultation to families and the centre as needed.

Special Needs Resource staff, Loris Bennett, 416-318-9870, is available to help this centre and the family when a child has an extra support need.

This page was last updated: August 14, 2018.

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