The early childhood curriculum empowers the child to learn and grow. Children learn through responsive and reciprocal relationships with people, places and things.
We will provide a prepared environment with a profound respect for the potential of each child.
We aim to nurture the love of learning where children will develop at their own level and to their own potential.
We aim to provide an environment where children can develop their sense of order, and their ability to distinguish, classify and catalogue external things thus developing intellectual and cultural awareness.
We endeavour to provide an environment of respect and a developing sense of appreciation and responsibility for the well-being of both living and the non- living environment; caring for animals, caring for plants, and caring for each other.
We take pride in our community and strive to foster turangawaewae (a sense of belonging) where children, parents and whänau know they have a place, are welcomed, and are involved in the program in ways that are meaningful to them, with opportunities provided for families to meet each other.
We will provide an environment which bases the learning experiences on Dr Montessori's words, "Help me to help myself ".