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Our Centre
Ā MĀTOU KŌHANGA


Our centre programme aims to foster and empower children’s holistic learning and development, nurturing skills of independence, autonomy, resilience, and social interaction.

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Our Centre
Ā MĀTOU KŌHANGA


Our centre programme aims to foster and empower children’s holistic learning and development, nurturing skills of independence, autonomy, resilience, and social interaction.

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About Us
NGĀ PĀRONGO


Kids at Play is a not for profit, incorporated society.  We are a community day care who is different from any others in the local area.

More details about our centre

About Us
NGĀ PĀRONGO


Kids at Play is a not for profit, incorporated society.  We are a community day care who is different from any others in the local area.

More details about our centre

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Incorporated Society
WHAKAKOMOKOMO PORIHANGA


Kids at Play is an incorporated society.  We are a not for profit registered charity, meaning any profits made are invested directly back into our centre. 

Society details

Incorporated Society
WHAKAKOMOKOMO PORIHANGA


Kids at Play is an incorporated society.  We are a not for profit registered charity, meaning any profits made are invested directly back into our centre. 

Society details

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Our Staff
NGĀ KAIMAHI


Our team of stable, dedicated teachers (many who have been with us for more than 10 years) are passionate about empowering children through a holistic curriculum that reflects their interests, strengths and abilities as well as the values of their whanau. 

Meet our Staff

Our Staff
NGĀ KAIMAHI


Our team of stable, dedicated teachers (many who have been with us for more than 10 years) are passionate about empowering children through a holistic curriculum that reflects their interests, strengths and abilities as well as the values of their whanau. 

Meet our Staff

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Menu
TE KAI


The Kids at Play menu has been designed by a nutritionist to ensure our children are getting healthy well-balanced meals to support their physical, social and intellectual development.

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Menu
TE KAI


The Kids at Play menu has been designed by a nutritionist to ensure our children are getting healthy well-balanced meals to support their physical, social and intellectual development.

View Our Menus

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Under 2s
NGĀ PĒPĪ


We aim to work in close partnership with families, providing a positive environment that cultivates a child’s emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual well-being.

Programme details

Under 2s
NGĀ PĒPĪ


We aim to work in close partnership with families, providing a positive environment that cultivates a child’s emotional, physical, cognitive and spiritual well-being.

Programme details

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Over 2s
NGĀ TUAKANA


A day in the Over Two’s encapsulates a free flow setting, where children can choose from a range of relevant and stimulating experiences both inside and outdoors.

Programme details

Over 2s
NGĀ TUAKANA


A day in the Over Two’s encapsulates a free flow setting, where children can choose from a range of relevant and stimulating experiences both inside and outdoors.

Programme details

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Transition to School
WHAKARERI KURA


Our transition to school programme aims to positively promote the beginning of the Primary School experience.

Programme details

Transition to School
WHAKARERI KURA


Our transition to school programme aims to positively promote the beginning of the Primary School experience.

Programme details

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Centre Programme
HŌTAKA KŌHANGA


Te Whāriki is New Zealand's (first) national curriculum policy statement, released in 1996, it is "a framework for providing tamariki/children's early learning and development within a sociocultural context. 

Programme details

Centre Programme
HŌTAKA KŌHANGA


Te Whāriki is New Zealand's (first) national curriculum policy statement, released in 1996, it is "a framework for providing tamariki/children's early learning and development within a sociocultural context. 

Programme details

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Testimonials
KUPU TAUTOKO


Here’s some of the feedback we’ve received from parents and educators.

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Testimonials
KUPU TAUTOKO


Here’s some of the feedback we’ve received from parents and educators.

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