411 St Aubyn Street, New Plymouth 4310



Monday to Friday

Kindergarten Day: 8.45am- 2.45pm

Morning Session: 8:45am – 11:45am

Afternoon Session: 11.45am – 2.45pm



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

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



Ph (06) 757 5694 | Mobile  (027) 8114684 |



Now offering 30 hours free for all children over the age of two.


A fee of $6.00 per hour applies if you have attested any of your 20 ECE hours at another service

Last day for 2021

  • Tuesday 21 December


Term one:  Wednesday 19 January –  to Friday 15 July

Term two:  Monday 25 July  to Wednesday 21  December

Kindergarten closed: 

  • Tuesday 19 April
  • Friday 29 April
  • Monday 18 to Friday 22 July
  • Monday 3 October

Kindergarten closed for Public Holidays: 

  • Monday 7 February
  • Monday 14 March
  • Friday 15 April
  • Monday 18 April
  • Monday 25 April
  • Monday 6 June
  • Friday 24 June
  • Monday 24 October

Devon Kindergarten is situated on the seaward side of Devon Intermediate School in an attractive outdoor setting surrounded by well-established trees that provide plenty of shade.

  • Provide a stimulating child centred inclusive environment where diversity is valued.
  • Caring and responsive teachers develop meaningful interactions and relationships with children and their family/whanau.
  • Children are encouraged to freely explore, have fun, make discoveries, and extend their interests, strengths and abilities. They develop social skills to work along side others.


At Devon Kindergarten:

  • Children experience excursions and live performances
  • We plan visits and visitors
  • We recognise the cultural diversity within our community
  • We provide a wide range of resources – inside and outside, including computer
  • We work supportively with families and our community in planning and decision making
  • Teachers engage in sensitive interventions, supporting children and respecting their feelings

Be part of your child’s education