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Our preschool room offers an exceptional teacher-to-child ratio of 1:7, accommodating up to 30 children per day. We embrace Te Whāriki, the early childhood curriculum, and place great importance on learning through play in an inviting indoor/outdoor open flow setting. This approach nurtures our children's natural curiosity and fosters essential learning dispositions, preparing them for future success.

We emphasize opportunities for group care learning, where children develop vital social skills and build meaningful relationships. These interactions are crucial for their emotional and social development. Additionally, we focus on fostering self-help skills, encouraging children to become more independent and confident in their abilities.

Our center utilizes open-ended resources that inspire creativity and critical thinking. We also incorporate outings into the community to broaden the children's experiences and connect their learning to the wider world. Our child-led approach empowers children to take the lead in their learning journeys, promoting autonomy and a love for lifelong learning.

We follow a trauma-based teaching approach, ensuring that our practices are sensitive to the needs of all children, particularly those who have experienced adversity. This approach helps create a safe and supportive environment conducive to healing and growth.

We are committed to maintaining continuity of care, ensuring that each child feels secure and supported as they grow and develop in our nurturing environment. We believe that strong relationships are essential, and we strive to create an atmosphere where children feel valued and connected.


1:7 teacher-child ratio with a maximum of 30 children a day.


Indoor/outdoor flow with natural open-ended resources.


Implementation of continuity of care to strengthen  relationships.


Three meals provided each day by Kidscan.


Daily rituals and routines supporting a sense of belonging.


Profile books to document your child's learning journey.


Connecting to our community through excursions and visits.


Working alongside local kura to support the transition to kura.

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