Our love of teaching and learning is celebrated through a whanaungatanga approach – where everyone is welcomed and encouraged to participate.
Children, family, teachers and our wider community together, contribute towards our community of learners. We embrace tuākana-teina (sibling like relationships) allowing whānau to attend our kindergarten together.
We are passionate about connecting children to nature and offering them natural play opportunities.
We are a four teacher team with 30 children attending all day. Our Kindergarten is a pro-active and progressive learning environment, inviting all families to be part of a collective culture that empowers children, whānau, and teachers.
Our love of learning is celebrated with tamariki and their whānau as each child is recognised as being part of a family.
As a team our attitude reflects the commitment we have to Te Tiriti O Waitangi as we consider our Te Ao Māori approach and practices to be a developing strength within our team.
We are proud to offer NO FEES and provide healthy meals for our tamariki!
We have available our visiting social worker Karin Scott to offer support services and advice for whānau.
We welcome all children 2 years and over to attend our kindergarten. Feel free to call in anytime for a visit and see our fantastic environment