The TTELC offers an interest-based, learn-through-play environment, rooted in Jewish values and traditions. Our program provides enriched care for children ages 12 months to 12 years with a curriculum guided by Jewish culture, Alberta’s Flight Framework, and ASaP (access, support, and participation) philosophies.
Our ELC programs offers hands-on, structured, and open-ended experiences geared towards both the individual children and the group. We focus on cognitive and physical development, building trusting relationships, and helping children develop their social and emotional intelligence. We believe these are essential building blocks for developing strong problem solving skills, a healthy curiosity about the world, and a love of learning. Children’s interests are jumping off points for much of the curriculum, and Hebrew and Judaic studies are woven into all learning domains.
Early Learning Centre (Ages 1-4 years)
Talmud Torah Early Learning Centre is for children ages 1-4 years old. ELC is a play-based, inclusive centre with values rooted in Jewish culture.
Kinderarts is an optional half-day program for children of kindergarten age (5 years). We teach children through creative play, arts and crafts, science experiments, music and movement, and special events.
On the street in front of the school or across from the front or side of the school.
What is the earliest drop off and latest pick up time?
For the 2022-23 school year, K-6 school drop off is 8:20 am. The school day ends at 3:35 pm.
If you are registered in TT ELC (includes ELC and Out of School Care), you can drop off as early as 7:00 am and pick up as late as 5:45 pm.
Talmud Torah Society HAS ActED As A Steward Of Jewish Learning In Edmonton Since 1912
“Having a pluralistic non-denominational school that ensures immersion in Jewish education and Judaic values is fundamental to the future of our community. Talmud Torah has been a pillar of our community for over 100 years. The Society ensures that the foundations of a strong Jewish identity and involvement in the greater Jewish community are in place." -Stacey Leavitt-Wright, CEO Jewish Federation of Edmonton