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5 Tom Plato Drive Te Anau. Tel: 03 249 4393 or 021 036 3499
Kepler Kids home-based education and care offers your child
small and personal interactions with a qualified teacher in a mixed
age setting having a maximum of four children at any time. We
have the flexibility to explore our wider community as children’s
natural curiosity encourages them to be active learners.
For enquiries please visit our website
firstname.lastname@example.org • www.keplerkids.co.nz
Waianiwa Community Kindergarten
54 Weir Road, Waianiwa
Ph: 235 2277 • 027 877 6280
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 8.30am – 1.30pm
Children 2 - 5 years
2 Teachers to 19 Children
Free Swimming Lessons Term 4 & Term 1
Term Visits To Waianiwa School
20 Hours Early Childhood Education
WINZ Subsidies Available For Under 3s
Small Waiting List
Quiet Rural Setting
Great Place For Fun And Learning
Waianiwa Community Kindergarten Inc
The Key Playcentre is grateful to the Te Anau community for supporting
Early Childhood education at The Key. Through the fundraiser – Battle
of the Lakes - we’ve improved our building and outdoor play area
• Licenced early childhood
• Social community hub for
pre-schoolers and their families
• Rural culture with a strong
connection to Mararoa school
• Opportunities to explore the
• Children learning alongside parents
Winter Session times for Term 3:
Wednesday & Thursday 9.15am - 12.15pm
For The Key Playcentre Phone
Netty: 249 9488, or Alisa : 249 8816
We are located about 20 minutes from Te Anau.
Come for a visit, we would love to see you!!!
Early learning centre
for 0-5 years.
Outdoor playground, Transition to school programme
Qualified educators 1:3 for under 2 years
We welcome your family to come and have a look around and see how your
child will fit into Southern Stars Early Learning Centre
20 hours free for three and four years as well as other subsidies.
Monday - Friday: 8.00 - 5.30pm • 18 Luxmore Drive, Te Anau.
03 249 7858 • email@example.com
school for your
A supportive environment, which
empowers students to achieve personal
excellence and to be successful citizens
In our global community.
There is no cost for this programme. The
school will provide the necessary resources.
We request that a parent/caregiver
remains in the school for the duration
of the afternoon.
of the Tiny Toms
• A smooth transition to
• Create a sense of belonging
for both children and their
• Create a sense of themselves
as a learner in a school
• Foster a positive
relationship with the
• Become orientated with the
layout of the school
• Become familiar with other
new entrant children
• Opportunity for new
parents to meet other
1:20pm - 2:50pm
in the Junior Classroom
Children aged 41/2 years
onwards are welcome
Please contact the school for further information
St THOMAS AQUINAS SCHOOL
1 Church Street
Ph/Fax 03 236 8261
Being a success in all areas of life often begins
at birth. Young children are learning about
reading, writing, mathematics, socialising and
being active through everything they see and do.
Parents, family and whänau are a critical part of
children’s learning. There are many different ways
you can help your child grow a love for learning and
form a healthy mind in the early years.
Reading, writing, mathematics and exploration
are an everyday part of children’s experiences in
early childhood education services. Children are
discovering, experimenting and testing out ideas
about all facets of life, including key learning areas
in their early childhood service and at home.
Learning in the early years often happens through
play – make play fun and, whenever you can,
make it something you do together.
If your child is at an early
childhood service, you can help
by sharing with the teachers
and educators what you have
noticed your child doing at
home. Ask them what they
have noticed and how they
are encouraging an interest
in learning, including play,
reading, literacy and numeracy
and social skills with your child.
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