The George Hull EarlyON Child and Family Centre
The George Hull Centre actively creates programs designed to support small children as they develop.
Within our beautiful centre, playrooms, local parks, and other community spaces, we offer diverse programming throughout the week for children ages birth to six years old, and their parents.
These programs include:
Early learning activities (both structured and unstructured programs).
Parent/child drop-in programs.
Parent resources and workshops.
Pre and postnatal resources, support and information.
Community events and special outings and activities.
Regular visits by professionals, such as Speech-Language Pathologists and Public Health Nurses.
Our friendly and knowledgeable Child and Family Program Facilitators offer daily drop-in programs, special activities and provide parents and caregivers with information on parenting and child development. Parents are also offered supportive referrals to specialized services for their child, when needed. The Community Engagement Program provides rich volunteer opportunities for community members and supports various community events and special activities.
For specific programming information in November, click here to access the November calendar.
To learn more about the program, please click here to download the information booklet.
200 Ronson Drive, Suite 102
416-622-8833 ext. 725
Monday through Saturday, morning and afternoon, Tuesday evenings, closed Thursday afternoons.
85 Mount Olive Drive (at Highfield Junior School)
Monday - Saturday morning and afternoon, closed Thursday afternoons.
25 Burnhamthorpe Road (in Islington United Church)
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings. Tuesday afternoons.
1025 Scarlett Road
(Call 416-320-8302 for building access during program)
Tuesday and Thursday mornings
George Hull EarlyON Child and Family Centre - Fellowship
800 Burnhamthorpe Road (in Fellowship Christian Reformed Church)
Tuesday and Thursday mornings
George Hull EarlyON Child and Family Centre - Martin Grove
75 Pergola Road (in Martin Grove United Church)
Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings (starting November 6, 2019)
“This program has made a tremendous difference for my family in many different ways. It helped me and my son build a stronger bond. We are nicer and more patient with each other.” – Parent
Every year, more than 1,300 families visit the George Hull EarlyON Child and Family Centre.
For further information, please contact Isobel Vallely, Program Manager at the Ronson location, at 416-622-8833 extension 781 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Lynne Gregory, Program Manager at the Highfield location, at 647-460-9867 or email@example.com
PROGRAMMES en FRANÇAIS: Pour des services à la petite enfance et à la famille, contactez le Centre francophone de Toronto en téléphonant Jeanelle Julien au : 416-203-1220 poste : 274 ou consultez notre site web : www.centrefranco.org.
On the first day of the Highfield Summer Enrichment Program, Ahmed and his mother had a hard time saying good-bye to each other. This was the first morning they had spent apart from each other. For the first week, he had a very difficult time following routines, sitting in circle and listening to the teachers. Gradually, over the course of the four-week program, the teachers were able to support Ahmed and his mom around their separation issues and help Ahmed learn the routines and skills he would need to be ready for kindergarten in September.
At the end of the Summer Enrichment Program, 98% of the parents agreed that their children:
- Were better able to understand school routines and expectations.
- Had developed important new school readiness skills, like sitting in a circle, taking turns and following instructions.
- Had developed new independence skills like putting on their own shoes, washing their hands and going to the bathroom alone.