Eltham

ADDRESS

14 York Street, Eltham 4322

 

HOURS

Monday to Friday

Kindergarten Day: 8:30am – 12:30pm

Morning Session: 8:30am – 2:30pm

 

STAFFING & GROUP SIZE

The staff at Eltham Kindergarten consists of a teaching team of four,  a Kindergarten Administrator and a Teacher Aide.

The group size is a maximum of 30 children aged 2- 6 years.

 

CONTACT

Ph (06) 764 8463 | Mobile (027) 714 0737 | eltham@kindergartentaranaki.co.nz

 

FEES

20 hours free from 2 years old. $2.00 per hour for additional hours* (Note: $6.00 per hour if you have attested any of your 20 ECE hours at another service)

Our Philosophy:

  • At Eltham Kindergarten we believe that working in partnership with whānau is an integral part of the child’s learning journey.
  • By nurturing and supporting the aspirations and goals of our learners and our community we are making a difference in the lives of the people we engage with.
  • At Eltham Kindergarten we are driven by the interests and passions of learners, whether children or adults. As teachers in this Kindergarten we are influenced by local community, national and international events.
  • At Eltham Kindergarten we value and support for all learners: Wonderment and Awe, Thinking and Questioning, Social Competence, Finding Humour, Respect, Creativity, Persistence, Curiosity, Confidence/Risk taking.
  • Teaching and practicing the principles of conservation and sustainability are paramount in our programme.

 

What makes our Kindergarten special?

  • A commitment to ongoing learning to ensure that Te Reo and Tikanga is visible and reflected in our programme.
  • Strong relationships with whānau and links with our local community- including schools, community garden, library, food bank.
  • Recognition and support for developing children’s Emotional and Social Competence as vital to children’s learning- developing independence skills and the ability to work collaboratively with others.
  • Respect for self, others and the environment interwoven through the programme.
  • Hands on learning, where children are actively involved in decision making, are involved in their learning and contribute to the learning of others.