Raising the Bar in Peel
Continuous Quality Enhancement
Raising the Bar in Peel (RTBP) is a continuous quality initiative designed to enhance quality care in child care and early years programs. Through authentic participation in RTBP, programs are committed to maintaining Provincial regulatory standards as well as local community standards.
In cooperation with Affiliated Services for Children and Youth (ASCY), copyright owners of RTB, Peel’s Adaptation for Raising the Bar emerged and is based on enhancing relationships through:
- Lifelong Learning
- Reflective Practice
- Collaborative Inquiry
The initiative provides an intentional opportunity for programs to build their professional capacity, and to enhance their practices and relationships through a reflective, goal and action-oriented model.
Meet Our Team
Our Quality Initiatives Mentors
Quality Enhancement Modules
Recipes to Celebrate the Many Cultures Represented Within the Region of Peel Child Care Centers
Supporting Positive Behaviours and Self- Regulation
La langue de jeu, la langue dominate de l’enfant Partie 3
La langue de jeu, la langue dominate de l’enfant Partie 2
La langue de jeu, la langue dominate de l’enfant Partie 1
Supportive Guidance for Challenging Behaviour
F-Word in Childhood Disability: Future
F-Word in Childhood Disability: Friends
Raising The Bar FAQ’s
How do I enroll in RTBP?
Contact CDRCP’s general inquiry line at (905) 507-9360 and ask to speak to a Quality Initiatives Mentor or, email [email protected]
Who can I contact to get more information on RTBP?
Contact CDRCP’s general inquiry line at (905) 507-9360 and ask to speak to a Quality Initiatives Mentor (QI Mentor) or, email [email protected]
What role will my Quality Initiatives Mentor play?
Your QI mentor will support you to enhance quality within your program and build on the foundations of Raising the Bar in Peel (Mentorship, Collaborative Inquiry, Reflective Practice, Leadership and Lifelong Learning). Engagement in RTBP provides a platform to increase your programs capacity to enrich practices and mobilize “How Does Learning Happen?”, Ontario’s Pedagogy for the Early Years.