Ready, Set, Go! Preschool and Kindergarten
Join us for our Renfrew Open House to check out our newly renovated space! May 10th – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm or May 24th 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm! For more information on the Open House email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ready, Set, Go Preschools is a play-based program for children between the age of 3 -5. In Ready, Set, Go!, we are building better brains through emergent curriculum and take advantage of an optimum time in a child’s development.
Ready, Set, Go! Preschools are located at:
NEW- Renfrew Club- 731 13th Ave NE, Calgary 403-276-9981
Penbrooke Club 6098-Penbrooke Drive SE, Calgary 403-543-7607
Bowness Club #36, 7930 Bowness Road NW, Calgary 403-247-4475
New!-Ready, Set, Learn! Kindergarten
Opportunities for parents?
- Meet one-on-one with a teacher to ensure child’s individual needs are met
- Access to family support worker to discuss specific parenting challenges or access referrals to other community agencies
- Connect with other parents in program
How can I register my child?
Parent and Guardian support
How does this program help?
Parent Talk offers a variety of formal and informal opportunities such as:
- Coffee and Conversations- Drop-in and join other parents to talk about the things that matter to you.
- Workshops – Learn about your child’s development and ways to support their growth through their ages and stages
- Individual Support
- Parent Art Group
- A Drop-in play group for male caregivers and the children in their lives
Need to chat, but nervous about meeting in a group? Chat with your local Family Worker one on one.
Where is it located and how do I register?
Parent Talk sessions can take place in a variety of community spaces, including libraries and any Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary locations.
For information about joining or working with Parent Talk please contact:
Parent Talk Family Worker
Home-Start is a family and community program that supports families with young children who may be struggling with a variety of issues related to parenting.
We invite families to enlarge their circles of support by making connections with our trained volunteers as well as discover ways to build their own communities.
Who can access Home-Start?
Families with at least one child under the age of 5 who are experiencing a wide range of challenges such as isolation, postpartum depression, and other parenting stresses.
Home-Start is available to all families regardless of socio-economic or ethnic background. We are committed to the rights of the individual and recognize and respect the diversity within families.
How do I volunteer for Home-Start?
Home-Start volunteers visit a family once per week from 2 to 4 hours, up to a year providing practical support and friendship, get the family involved with the community and share their own experiences of parenting.
We look for individuals with parenting experience and communication skills who want to offer a listening ear, encouragement and support, model healthy relationships, and strengthen family well-being.
All volunteers need to commit to a 6 month contact that includes a 20 hour preparation course, monthly support meetings and ongoing documentation.
Click here to apply today: Home-Start Volunteer Opportunity