Local Curriculum
The Ministry of Education recognises that when a child learns from and with their community, they come to understand how their community works...

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Infants
Te Whāriki notes the following of infants’ growing interests and capabilities: From birth, infants can communicate their needs and,...

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Commonwealth Games
The Commonwealth Games take place 4-15 April 2018.  It is a wonderful celebration of sporting determination, dedication and talent.  The...

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We're expanding!
Nurtured at Home is growing! We are excited to announce that Nurtured at Home has purchased Nannies Plus, a well-respected and longstanding provider...

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Wellbeing Mana Atua
The Strand 1 of Te Whariki is Wellbeing Mana Atua.  Here we look at an overview of what that means.  In a homebased setting, our Visiting...

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Handwashing
One of the goals in Te Whāriki in the Strand Wellbeing Mana atua, is “children experience an environment where their health is...

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Music and Movement
The Ministry of Education notes that children are born into a world of sound and movement. Music helps their intellectual, imaginative, emotional,...

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Teaching With Intent
The Early Childhood Education Curriculum, Te Whāriki, notes “children learn through play: by doing, asking questions, interacting with others,...

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The Format of Te Whariki
Following the introduction of the revised Early Childhood Education curriculum, Te Whāriki, we continue our journey exploring how this document is...

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Keeping Teeth Healthy
Looking after your child’s baby teeth can help ensure their adult teeth come through healthy and strong. Your child’s first teeth (also...

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