The Kids Day Care Centre (KDCC) is a non-profic Centre established by the Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology in 2006 as a model demonstration Centre and training site for both Child Development and Theology students. It also provides day care services for the children of those who work and study in the University. The Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology, inspired and challenged by a group of clergy women and staff from the Child Development and Children's Ministries department, conceived this initiative.
The KDCC provides daycare services for the children of those who work and study in the University. The KDCC caters for children from 0-5 years of age.
Serving as a role model of child care excellente for the University community, and the nation at large.
The University Kids Day Care Centre is a model demonstration and training site for early development and child care, with research opportunities to further the knowledge of early evelopment, education, and quality care for young children.
The KDCC recognizes the value of developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood programmes that focus on the growth of the individual child. The KDCC has committed its resources to providing a sound educational framework, providing children with a strong foundation in language arts literacy, mathematical concepts, social studies, spiritual, science, and social skills.