OneSky Community Resources

Child Care

Young child in blue jacket

OneSky Community Resources child care programs offer a continuum of group licensed child care options for children birth to 12 years, including children and youth with special needs.

We believe that:

Infant + Toddler Care

Hand in Hand Infant Toddler Centre, Little Learners Academy, and Oliver High School Child Care offer full care for newborn babies until age 3. 

As a provincially dedicated Young Parent Programs, priority is given to young parents attending high school, though all families in the community are welcome.

Hand in Hand Infant Toddler Centre

158 Eckhardt Avenue, Penticton

Phone: 250-492-3803

Little Learners Academy

1091 Timmins Street, Penticton

(at Okanagan College Penticton Campus)

Phone: 250-493-3019

Oliver High School Child care

6035 Spartan Street, Oliver

Phone: 250-485-8969

3 - 5 Daycare

We believe in providing service in which all children are welcomed, supported, and valued. This means that the activities of playing, learning and growing happen in a way in which all children feel they belong. 

All children have different abilities and aptitudes; an inclusive setting accommodates and builds on those. The program follows the principles of a family-centred approach, shared responsibility and individual planning for children.

Little Learners Academy
Okanagan College Penticton Campus

1091 Timmins Street, Penticton

Phone: 250-493-3019

Preschool

This program provides licensed group child care and support services are put in place for participants who attend through Supported Child Care Development. 

We provide a safe, stimulating environment in which all participants are able to develop and enhance a positive self concept of their unique selves. Parent support is available on an outreach basis if needed.

We operate the 3-5 Daycare, Preschool and After school care programs from our 6684 Park Drive, Oliver location (Tuc El Nuit Elementary School).

After School Care

We believe in providing service in which all children are welcomed, supported, and valued. This means that the activities of playing, learning and growing happen in a way in which all children feel they belong. 

All children have different abilities and aptitudes; an inclusive setting accommodates and builds on those. The program follows the principles of a family-centred approach, shared responsibility and individual planning for children.