Welcome to Creative Beginnings Childcare Centre

We have 3 locations to serve you best:

  1. Sir Adam Beck at 1140 Snyder’s Road West in Baden.
  2. New Hamburg at 23A Church Street in New Hamburg.
  3. Baden at 155 Livingston Blvd in Baden
The centre is a nonprofit, charitable organization licensed under the Ministry of Children and Youth Services. The centre operates under a Board of Directors, which consists of volunteers, including parents. Upon registering your child you become an important member of the centre, which relies heavily on its members for such things as fundraising, general maintenance and upkeep as well as advocating in the community for the centre and childcare as a whole.


Creative Beginnings Childcare Centre is a licensed non-profit charitable organization committed to providing exceptional childcare to the community and the diverse families we serve. We provide a vibrant play-based program for children; which fosters individualism, creativity, socialization, and school readiness. Our knowledgeable, professional team of teachers offers resources to help support children in a fun, nurturing and safe environment.


Compassion and love of children Safe, trusting, fun environment Respect for and understanding of family diversity Spontaneous learning Knowledge and team focus of teachers Creating community- a sense of belonging Collaborative effort of staff and parents Sharing resources

Vision Statement

Our future vision for Creative Beginnings Childcare Centre features a dynamic, growth-oriented organization actively partnered with families, donors, the local communities and government agencies that recognize it as the benchmark for quality childcare-the place to be for leading-edge programming, innovative facility design and total commitment to children and their parents. This vision also includes a flexible operation that values the individual and diverse needs of families, supported by a parent resource centre highlighting contemporary research on childcare issues. These aspirations will be accomplished by a team of professionally trained staff and a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors: who dare to dream it, create it, and achieve it.

Our Goals

  • to provide a healthy, safe environment which meets children’s physical needs
  • to provide well balanced nutritious meals and snacks
  • to provide children with opportunities to learn and play together
  • to provide children with creative experiences in art, music, language and sensory awareness through activities, as well as, structured and unstructured play
  • to provide opportunities for the development of gross motor skills such as running, jumping, and climbing through indoor and outdoor play
  • to allow children to explore their community through field trips, walks and the participation of visitors
  • to provide careful, active supervision and age appropriate discipline, which fosters children’s  positive self-esteem and sense of responsibility
  • to assist families and to identify special needs and approved referrals to appropriate agencies
  • to create a bond between parents, children and staff and opportunities for parent and volunteer participation
  • to promote innovative responses to the community and structural needs
  • to promote and implement educational opportunities for parents, staff and volunteers
  • to secure staff and volunteers who are in agreement with our Mission Statement and Philosophy