Silver King Childcare Centre
Our staff has worked in the field of early child education (ECE) for years, as pioneers, advocates and educators.
Our educators have ECE certification, ECE Assistant certification, and as a minimum, Responsible Adult Certification. Many have supplemental training and specialties within the field itself.
Monday – Friday
7:30am – 5:15pm
6 weeks – 5 years of age
Fee (6 weeks – 3 yrs)
$30.00/half day (3 yrs-5 yrs)
2001 Silver King Road
Selkirk College Silver King Campus
Nelson, British Columbia
A childcare centre licensed for 24 spaces.
The Silver King Childcare Centre is scheduled to open on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. The facility is a newly constructed, one-level, open plan design allowing easy adaptations of the space for different uses. There is plenty of natural light in the building as well as access to a very large greenhouse and plenty of outdoor play space.
The Silver King Childcare Centre offers care for 16 infants and toddlers, and eight 3-5 year-olds in a multi-age program. The infant and toddler program and the multi-age program are separated to allow for safer, more age appropriate activities.
A minimum of 8 of the 24 spaces are reserved for Selkirk College students attending any Selkirk College campus.
The deadline for Selkirk students to register for these spaces is August 27, 2021, after which time they will become available to the general community.
Two spaces are reserved for students in short-term trades programs at Selkirk College. To inquire, please email email@example.com.
Selkirk students requiring full-time childcare will be prioritized over students requiring part-time care or temporary care; similarly, community members requiring full-time care take priority over those requiring part-time care.
Toys and activities are developmentally appropriate to foster physical, emotional, intellectual, creative and social growth.
We utilize British Columbia’s Early Learning Framework to guide and support our educators in providing rich early learning experiences for young children. As well, we incorporate Indigenous programming into our curriculum with the support of community Elders who share stories, drumming and songs with our children.
Educators keep parents informed and aware of their children’s daily events. Other news is passed on in our monthly newsletter and through notices and information boards.
Please download and complete the Registration Form. Once registered at the childcare centre, parents can find useful information in the Parent Handbook which explains the policies and procedures of the centre.
You will be given a Parent Agreement to sign, indicating that you understand and agree to abide by all the policies and procedures as stated in the Parent Handbook and registration materials.
The Affordable Childcare Benefit is a monthly payment to help eligible families with the cost of childcare. Families are encouraged to review eligibility criteria.
Kootenay Kids Society offers families the convenience of paying daycare fees through e-transfer.