About Us

WHO WE ARE

From weekly shapes, colors, and numbers. We encourage, stimulate and facilitate children’s growth in major development areas.

“Our kids are encouraged and inspired to be creative.”

Each week we have  different bible stories that allow them to explore their faith through crafts, memory verses and story time. Our faith-based program allows for daycare hours while learning and gearing up for Primary School.

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OUR MISSION

The vision of Mighty Ark Day Care Centre is to nurture the balanced development of the body, mind and spirit, leading to the fulfillment of each individual’s potential within the broader community in all its diversity.
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OUR VISION

To nurture the seven domains of early-childhood development: Spiritual and Moral, Language, Cognitive, Social and Emotional, Self-help and Adaptive, Gross Motor and Fine Motor.

Looking for the right day care centre for your child?

At Mighty Ark Day Care Centre we can help you and your little one, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

USEFUL INFORMATION

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What’s the difference between fine and gross motor skills?

Motor skills are motions carried out when the brain, nervous system, and muscles work together. Fine motor skills are small movements — such as picking up small objects and holding a spoon — that use the small muscles of the fingers, toes, wrists, lips, and tongue. Gross motor skills are the bigger movements — such as rolling over and sitting — that use the large muscles in the arms, legs, torso, and feet.

Toddler fine motor skills: Stacking, sorting, and stringing

From carefully balancing one block on top of another to placing colored rings on a pole, stacking (and knocking down, of course) is a toddler tradition. It’s also a fantastic way for your child to use her ever-more-nimble fingers and to work on sorting and building skills. Your child will experiment with blocks of different sizes, shapes, and colors.

When will I know whether my child is a righty or a lefty?

Most children start showing a clear preference for one hand or the other around age 2 or 3, while some do it as early as 18 months. But don’t worry if your child doesn’t seem to care which hand she uses to hold her/his fork — some children remain ambidextrous (using both hands equally) until they’re 5 or 6.

BIRTHDAYS

Parents are welcome to bring a cake to school on your child’s birthday. We sing happy birthday and make it a special day for your little one.

Birthday Parties at Mighty Ark

Also as a parent of the school, you may use the school as a party venue on the weekends if required for a small fee. You welcome to chat to your child’s Teacher for more information or you can give us a call.

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