Royal Education is offering:

  • Royal Baby (0-12 months)
  • Infants&Toddlers1 (12-24 months)
  • Infants&Toddlers2 (24-36 months)
  • Junior kindergarten (3-4 years old)
  • Pre-Kindergarten (4-5 years old)
  • Kindergarten (5-6 years old)

Infants & Toddlers Program

Royal Education Infant & Toddler Program focuses on building deep emotional connection relationship between an infant and their caregivers. We believe the bond between an infant and his or her primary caregiver during is
the primary influence in infant development. A child with secure attachment will develop empathy, emotional attachment, emotional control and the capacity for greater levels of cognitive processing.

At Royal Academy, our caregiver’s warm responses, consistent and affectionate care will encourage emotional balance and also foster a child’s trust and attachment.

Our dedicated teachers are committed to creating lots of one to one interaction time where we encourage exploration and delight in the small accomplishments. We are committed to creating a strong bond with your child, so they feel safe and happy, while introducing them to an exciting world of learning.

Royal Academy ensures children are nurtured with a rich and creative environment surrounded by words, songs and pictures, and natural materials created specifically for little hands.

All of our programs at Royal Academy include breakfast, hot lunch and snacks. Pureed fruits and vegetables are prepared fresh daily.  Meal programs are created in consultation with parents taking into consideration each child’s individual dietary restrictions and developmental needs.

3-5 Programs

Royal Academy (3-5 Program) focuses on the basic foundations of Belonging, Well-Being, Engagement, and Expression, as we believe they provide the basic foundations that are important for children to develop into well-rounded individuals. With the focus on these foundations, our programs ensure optimal
learning and healthy development. We provide daily opportunities to explore materials support creativity, problem solving, and mathematical behaviours.

Language-rich environments support growing communication skills, which are foundational for literacy.