Sign Me Up!

Sign Me Up! offers a variety of programs each term for everyone in JK to Grade 6. Organized and run by the Parent Council, and looks to offer our students a variety of activities at lunch time or after school in their own community.

The goal is to offer enriching and affordable activities to all Brown Students. It is not an alternative to childcare and only Brown students are eligible to participate. Various companies will be providing the various programming available in the school. Currently, we are offering programs from Act One, Chess ‘N Math Association, Mad Science, Hatch Canada and Explore It All.

Please note that we are encouraging parents to use online payment or payment by cheque when possible.
Please contact a member of the Sign Me Up! Committee with any questions

Lily McMillan             
Rachel Silber              
Dimitra Kappos         
Grace McSorley         


LUNCH Programs

For the lunch programs the kids eat in the classroom that their program takes place in.  If they have hot lunch they eat quickly and join their class.  You can also pack a lunch on the day of your child’s program to ensure they are maximizing their program time.


After school programs are one hour from 3:15 – 4:15. Explore It! Instructors will pick up all JK and SK students from their classrooms at 3:10pm and walk them to our program space.

Students are supervised at all times while in our care. All children in after school programs stay with us until signed out by a parent, designated adult, or by Unicorn Day Care’s After Care staff.


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Act One

Program runs from April 5. Performance dates TBD.
Cost is $260
Space is limited to 50

This Spring, Act One Productions is proud to offer our children an incredible theatrical and musical experience of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. The program is being offered as a lunchtime program for children from Grades 1 to 6. This program is a musical presentation for kids where they will learn to act, sing and dance and have the opportunity to perform their show to an inviting audience after a brief rehearsal period. The show will be produced by Act One. They have produces shows at RHA, Leo Baeck, Herschel, Associated, Bialik, Thornhill Woods, Wilshire, Denlow, Harrison, Forest Hill, Cedarvale, Windfields, Bayview Hill, Holy Trinity, Anne Frank and many others.

To Register: 
Act One / BeautyAndTheBeast.PDF
Please contact Alex Moses at 416-781-2281

The Chess and Math Association

Program runs from April 3 – June 5
Cost is $85
To register online, go to

See PDF Flyer here.

Chess is a really fun sport for improving your child’s math and intelligence. The nation-wide Chess ‘N Math Association teaches chess in our school for all levels. Chess sets are supplied, classes are small for individual instructions, certificates are awarded at the end of each session.

Please contact the Chess ‘N Math Association with any questions about their program.
416-488-5506 or 416-486-3395

Mad Science

To register online, go to

See PDF Flyer here.

Please contact the Accounts Coordinator Nicole Martin with any questions.
416-630-5282  ext 34

Hatch Canada

Computer Coding / Typing classes
Spring Programs run from April 10 – June 12
To register online, go to

In just its second academic year, Hatch has already taught more than 1,000 students and in 2016-2017 is running after school programs in numerous Ontario public and private schools. You can learn to build from themes like Minecraft, Star Wars, Disney, Art and more. For all experience levels!

See PDFs Flyer here.

Explore It!

Spring Programs run from April 10 – June 16
Cost of each program by Explore It is $125

Payments can be made online during registration by credit card
Registrations will close a week in advance or when the program is full
Register online NOW to avoid disappointment!

Be assured that Explore It! Instructors hold clear background checks and have a passion for the subject areas they teach and are graduate students, certified teachers or professionals in their fields.

Please contact Explore It! With any questions about the above programs
416 417 0477

Program Descriptions

Grade 1-4 It’s time to move past two dimensional creations, into the realm of 3D! In 3D Art Lab, students will foster creativity through the creation of 3-dimensional art projects. Using materials such as clay, textiles, paper, and wire, students will create art through sculpture, jewelry making and other creative processes. Prominent and well-known artists, both past and present, will inspire each week’s theme. Get engaged in a new dimension of the art world, with 3D Art Lab!
Grade 1-3 Hop on the Hogwarts express and step inside a world where magic is real! In this engaging program we explore the Magic of Hogwarts, learning the same lessons in Witchcraft and Wizardry that Harry, Ron, Hermione and Ginny did in school! Join us – for an indispensable introduction to the magical beasts of the wizarding world – from those familiar to all Potter enthusiasts (the Hippogriff, the Basilisk, the Hungarian Horntail) to others that will surprise even the most ardent amateur magizoologist. Discover these magical animals and take lessons in Wizardry this term in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them!
Grade 2-6 Cozy circle scarves, comfy sweaters and warm woolen mittens are just a few of the wonderful items you can create once you know how to knit! This class is for any knitting enthusiast, both beginner and advanced. We will review the basics of knitting, from casting on to knit stitches to binding off, followed by creating multiple small projects to add to your woolen collection! We may even try our hand at other forms of knitting, such as finger knitting, arm knitting or peg knitting! It’s amazing what you can accomplish with some yarn and a few knitting needles!
Grade 1-3 Building boxed LEGO® projects is fun, but mastering your own creations and engineering your builds is even better! With hints and tips from LEGO® Masters, Brickmaster will help you to break the mold and design projects you’ve only dreamed of! Reach above and beyond to explore the possibilities of LEGO® outside of the instruction manual. The only limit in this hands-on, engineering based program is your imagination!
Grade JK-SK Do you have a sweet tooth aching for freshly made yummies? In Home Baked, students will learn the importance of locally-grown, in-season ingredients as they create delicious desserts from scratch! Home Baked is a unique desserts program with the goal of creating more discerning and knowledgeable chefs in the kitchen and beyond. Satisfy that sweet tooth in Home Baked!
Grade JK-SK Join with us in this yummy program where students will create tasty treats inspired by classic stories from the worlds of children’s literature and film. Jungle Book inspired fruit snakes, Queen of Heart tarts, Under the Sea mac and cheese and more! Your wish is our command on this creative and delicious cooking adventure!
Grade 1-3 Join us as we explore cultures worldwide – through food! In Tasty Travels, we will travel around the world, sampling recipes from the corners of the globe, all from the comfort of our classroom! Students will learn cooking basics while exploring the diversity of cultures and the foods people eat in countries near and far. Best of all, we’ll get to sample our tasty treats each week! Check your bags at the door – a world of tasty creations await!