Information About Our Programs
View information about our program here. Click on each section to learn more.
We are always looking for innovative and effective ways to better our program. We have added a daily communication tool to ensure parents are kept up to date on their child's day and progress.
Lunches and Snacks
Trillium Bilingual Montessori understands the importance of eating healthy food daily and how fueling our bodies healthy nutriants directly affects the child's ability to learn.
Discipline and Guidance
Trillium Bilingual Montessori believes in guidance that respects the child and promotes a healthy happy engagement with the child. We utilize many ways of ensuring children are surrounded by a guiding hand while learning how to become an independent problem solver.
Inclusivity and Special Needs
Trillium Bilingual Montessori promotes an inclusive environment that supports children of every ability. We ensure that children in need of additional accommodations or assistance receive it.
Children joining any of our programs do not have to be able to use the toilet independently or reliably. We work in partnership with parents and children to ensure that the toilet learning process is done in a respectful way that follows the child's independent learning path.
Children in all our programs follow a daily schedule in order to give them a sense of routine and security. Our schedule is adaptable and flexible, respecting the children's needs as they present themselves. We can adapt our day whenever it is needed, but we follow the same order of activities and keep lunch and quiet time at the same time daily.
All children are expected to play outdoors during our program. Outdoor play is an important part of children's development. The Ministry of Education requires all children attending a childcare program in Ontario to have a minimum of 2 hours of outdoor play daily. Children must come dressed according to weather daily.
Trillium Bilingual Montessori parent handbook contains all the information that is important for parents about our program. A copy of our Parent Handbook can be viewed below.
When Children Bite
One of the hardest and most frustrating behaviors to deal with for the parents and for the teachers is biting. It is a difficult situation for the children who are getting bitten and for the parents of the child who is biting. When you put toddlers in a group, you will at some point, have to deal with biting. At TBM, we take biting seriously.