Our Facility

Our Classroom

We have 11 beautifully appointed classrooms of different sizes, age groups and capacities allowing us to meet each child’s individual needs. Some children thrive in a smaller group setting while others would benefit from a larger group.  Each classroom has been precisely designed to support our curriculum and encourage our learn through play approach. We have ensured that children are provided a bright, clean, functional space to allow them to thrive physically, cognitively and developmentally.


Our Staff

Children of the Island is proud of the amazing group of dedicated, passionate qualified educators and supportive staff that complete our wonderful family.  Our educators foster individual well-being by adapting to each child's unique developmental levels and needs. They encourage personal growth through modeling, guidance, and teaching.  They work with the children to stimulate their interests, build upon their strengths and bolster areas that may need development.



Our large outdoor nature inspired playground will not disappoint!  Our 10,000 square foot play space features many different environments such as a pirate ship, garden area, tree house, balance beams, a fort and a tricycle circuit which all allow for a never ending list of fun activities.  Outdoor play is a big part of our program as it allows children to develop on a social, physical and imaginative level that nourishes a child’s mind, body, and spirit.

My son is blossoming in your preschool. He looks forward to his days with you and is eager to practice his newest French words with me each night. I’m so, so pleased.

-Tanya Carr

It feels like I’ve known them forever. I like the hospitality when I go there and how much happier my Grandson seems to be at your Centre.

Jerry Allaway

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Children come to our centre as individuals with their unique blend of intelligences, personalities, temperaments, talents, interests, and learning styles. Our challenge is to create a learning environment that nurtures and supports all types of learners.

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Bilingual approach

Researchers say the best way to become proficient in a second language is to start young and practice often. Young children learn a second or third language by being surrounded with that language as they engage in their world. The benefits of being bilingual, such as greater cognitive flexibility, have been well documented.

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Health Canada says that nutrition is the cornerstone of the early development of a child’s brain. Children of the Island is committed to providing an environment that both nurtures and supports the growing minds you have entrusted us with.

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109-1830 Island Hwy
Colwood, BC




P: (778) 265-KIDS (5437)



7:00 am – 5:00 pm

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