Welcome to our Cap Canaille bilingual daycares

At Cap Canaille, children as early as 3 months old grow and flourish in a bilingual French / English environment.

As of 2 ½ years of age, parents have the possibility to choose a preferred language for their child. Through total immersion groups, children quickly learn a new language.

For babies who do not yet use words to communicate, our childcare professionals use basic sign language allowing babies to more easily express their emotions and needs. Simple signs for “to drink” or “more” are signs babies effortlessly master and use to communicate with their educators.

Cap Canaille daycare centers are open all year from 6:30am to 6:30pm to meet the needs of busy parents and help them balance their personal and professional lives.

Request a visit

News

Day without clock in the Rolle daycare

Day without clock in the Rolle daycare

In the nurserie group of our Rolle daycare educators organized a day without clock. An idea of the daycare educators to better be based on the needs of babies The team wondered about the individuality of the child within the group and wanted to try this experience to think on the respect of the rhythm and needs of each baby. More precisely, the team wanted […]

An original book for dealing with emotions in the Morges daycare

An original book for dealing with emotions in the Morges daycare

« Do You Feel Better? A Little!” An original story for dealing with emotions in the Morges daycare In our biingual daycare in Morges, two educators wrote and illustrated a book in which every emotion is personified by an animal. Children love this story and it allows them to discover their emotions and better deal with them. “Mom, mom said Kate the kitten, someone stole my […]

Imagination, Exploration and Discovery in our Mont-sur-Lausanne Daycare

Imagination, Exploration and Discovery in our Mont-sur-Lausanne Daycare

In the Mont-sur-Lausanne daycare the educational team is in tune to the different social, emotional and physical development of children. As of September, the educational team in our Mont-sur-Lausanne daycare has decided to focus on a more project based way of learning with the preschool groups. This allows our educators to carefully document the progress and discoveries of each child in 6 specific categories: Personal, […]