Macaulay’s Annual Report for 2016 is hot off the presses and it’s full of information about what we were up to last year. We are pleased to be able to share all the details with you. Take some time to read through the report... read more
Macaulay is growing. We will be opening a new before and after school program at FH Miller School. For more information, please contact 416-789-7441. read more
Program without Walls (PWW) is a coalition of six agencies working together to improve the health and development of children aged birth to six years in the former City of York. Macaulay Child Development Centre is the lead agency, responsible for coordinating and... read more
We are pleased to share with you our 2017 spring edition of Macaulay Today.
Our annual fundraising event has begun. This year, Macaulay needs to raise $60,000 for our Homework Club. Take a look here for more details and please consider how you can be a part of changing the numbers for kids in our community.
Laurie Monsebraaten, social justice reporter for the Toronto Star, explores the issue of home daycares and the need for regulation.
Our Early Literacy Specialists have just released a new resource. This interactive workshop series demonstrates for parents the vital links between emotional well-being, learning and literacy in the first three years.
A recent Toronto Star article reveals the dangers of unlicensed child care. Here at Macaulay, we believe that all home-based child care should be licensed. Click here to read the article and find out... read more
We are pleased to share with you our 2016 Fall/Winter edition of Macaulay Today. We have moved to an electronic format that will be distributed quarterly. Take a look at the newsletter here. If you would like to receive the e-newsletter by email, please subscribe... read more
A new report has been released which describes the level of poverty and deprivation among children and families in Toronto. One of the key findings in the report is that early learning participation levels of Toronto children are highly dependent on family income.