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Welcome to The Chartwell House!

ImageThe Chartwell House Early Learning Centre
was developed to create a safe, wholesome environment for children to Play, Discover, Learn and Grow.  The Centre has a strong focus on eco-friendliness, community involvement and premium educators.
The Chartwell House is situated on a heritage property dating back to 1890.  The current house was the actual farmhouse of a strawberry farm that now has been transformed into the existing Copeland Crt. community.   The Copeland farmhouse was actually the first house on the road we now refer to as Chartwell Rd.  When we started the project we took into consideration the magnificent history behind the house and tried to stay true to its character and preserve the   house’s overall beauty.   In addition to restoring and preserving the house it self, we did our best to ensure construction was completed with the environment in mind.

The winter months are upon us, and although we hope to go outside for fresh air and gross motor activity the reality is we have times where it is too cold for us to have the children outside for long periods of time.  As The Chartwell House is not equipped with an indoor gym, we have decided to incorporate a variety of extra curricular activities to help beat the winter blues and keep fit!


So, you leave your child with us early morning, go to your office and immediately start worrying.  Sound familiar?  Well, that is exactly why all of our classrooms have a web based video camera that can be viewed by you or other friends and family through our password protected website.  Your coffee break or lunch may be a good time to have a peak in and see how your little one is doing.

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