FAQs

We have tried to answer all the important questions that you may have to make an informed decision on care for your child.

If you have any other questions feel free to call us at 1-855-99CHILD (24453) or email us at Info@simplysmartchildcare.com at any time.

Toddler playing with toy trains

We at SimplySmart want parents to be informed and involved in their child’s progress and activities on a regular basis and hence have different methods of communication on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Daily progress is shared with parents by the teachers in all classrooms via an App that the parents have access to. We have whiteboards in each classroom with updates on activities done each day in your child’s classroom. We have at least 2 parent teacher interviews every year to keep parents informed of their child’s progress in the classroom. Parents will get detailed classroom schedules, menus and routines via our communication App. Parents are also welcome to talk to their child’s teacher on any questions they may have on a regular basis.

All fees are charged in advance bi-weekly via direct deposit. Parents are required to fill out the PAD registration form at the time of registration. There is a registration fee of $100 for the first child and $75 for additional children registered. Registration fee is required to reserve your child a space in the centre. There is a deposit required equal to two weeks of fees payable with your registration fee. This deposit will be applicable to the last two weeks in case of withdrawal of your child from the centre.

With personalized routines and schedules just like home we work with the parents to help their babies adjust at SimplySmart in a warm and caring environment. We have a separate sleep room for babies and each child has a personal crib for naptime. A typical day for your baby will include lots of music, singing, rhymes, outdoor play, tummy time and smiles and hugs. Your baby will be exposed to different sights, sounds, textures and sensations to develop necessary skills and grow into a toddler.