The following children’s centres are self-identified as programmes that take inspiration from the Reggio Emilia approach. No endorsement by the VRCS is implied by being listed here. Please contact each centre directly for further information.
Richmond, BC | Alderwood House School is a reggio inspired school, focusing on social-emotional learning in our amazing outdoor environment.
Alexandra Neighbourhood House
Surrey, BC | Alexandra Neighbourhood House is a place for people of all ages, abilities and cultures, providing programs, services, community events, residential camps and seasonal day camps for our community on the Semiahmoo Peninsula and beyond.
Alpine Children’s Centre
Coquitlam, BC | Alpine is a Reggio Emilia inspired childcare centre located in Coquitlam, BC providing Chinese immersion and preschool incorporated childcare program for 1-5 years old children.
Burnaby, BC | Brentwood Preschool is a Parent Participation Preschool and registered non-profit society. Located in Brentwood Park in Burnaby, we welcome children ages 3 & 4.
Capilano Children's Centre
North Vancouver, BC | Operated by Capilano University and licensed by the provincial government, the Capilano University Children's Centre is staffed by professional Early Childhood Educators.
Port Moody, BC | Childgarden Preschool & Discoveries located close to Rocky Point Park in Port Moody, BC is an award winning committed to providing an outstanding quality program that is welcoming, fun, exciting, stimulating, creative and safe.
Curiosity Corner Preschool
Vancouver, BC | The school opened its doors in September 2014 and is situated on the grounds of Lord Kitchener Elementary School, 3455 West King Edward Avenue, in the heart of beautiful Dunbar. The purpose of the school is to provide an enriching, child-centred, Reggio Emilia inspired program for 3-5 year old children.
Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House
Vancouver, BC | Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House is a volunteer-driven, community-service agency and a place where people connect to create community.
Jewish Community Centre - Karen and Gary Simkin Family Child Development Centre
Vancouver, BC | Located at 950 West 41st Avenue, the Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver offers exceptional cultural, educational, recreational and social programs and services.
Vancouver, BC | Growing throughout Vancouver, our Daycare and Preschool programs take elements from both Maria Montessori, and Reggio Emilia practices, as well as other contemporary childcare practices in order to create the best possible learning and growing environments for children.
Marpole-Oakridge Community Association Preschool
Vancouver, BC | MOCA Preschool is recognized in the Early Childcare Education field as a leader and has limited spots available for parents with 4-year-olds who want their child to experience play-based learning in a safe, caring environment. Preschool instructors Natsuko Motegi and Gabriola Kinton support children’s individual learning and aim to encourage collaborative learning through sharing ideas and working together.
Mount Seymour Preschool
North Vancouver, BC | Mt. Seymour Preschool has always been a play based program but in recent years has added more focused components to the play based curriculum as a result of staff study of the preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Sunflower Early Learning Society
North Vancouver, BC | A Reggio-inspired learning society in Pemberton Heights, North Vancouver
Terra Nova Nature School
Richmond, BC | Terra Nova Nature School offers educational programs for children and families in an outdoor setting using an emergent and place-based curriculum. Terra Nova Nature School is inspired by the schools of Reggio Emilia and the Forest School movement.
Vancouver Child Study Centre
Vancouver, BC | Nestled within the Dunbar neighbourhood, the Vancouver Child Study Centre is celebrating over 50 years of inspiration. Our licensed preschool is a well-loved and deeply rooted Reggio inspired centre.
York House Little School
Vancouver, BC | The Little School offers a nurturing learning environment for our youngest Yorkies. The classrooms are open spaces where the girls can learn, explore, and play. Outside, the girls tend the garden, play on the jungle gym, or do project work on the patio.