All our educators are trained professionals who have a love and passion for childcare and education. Each child is assigned a qualified visiting ECE teacher who contact each educator at least once a fortnight, visit each educator at least once a month and take all reasonable steps each month to observe each child while that child is receiving education, care and implement Te Whaariki.

Each child has a programme journal which daily information is recorded and reports are made to document each visit, which is then made available to keep parents informed of child’s progress via our e-portfolios. Our educators use especially designed formats as a way of keeping in consistent communication with families on their child‘s learning and development.

Curriculum areas and activities

• Literacy and numeracy
• Physically active play
• Messy play
• Music and movement
• Manipulative play
• Art and Craft
• Cooking and science
• Nature and outdoor play
• Carpentry
• Te Reo and Tikanga
• Water Play
• Pretend Play
• Block play
• Sand Play
• Dramatic Play
• Summer fun
• Social and Emotional support