Matariki
At Nurtured at Home playgroups throughout June, we've been celebrating Matariki with a variety of activites.  Here are some that you can...

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Belonging Mana Whenua
Strand 2 of Te Whāriki is Belonging Mana Whenua.  Here we look at an overview of what that means.  At Nurtured at Home, our Visiting...

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Priority Learners
Nurtured at Home recognises that infants, toddlers and young children have different learning needs and therefore we strive to provide an environment...

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Training and Development
Nurtured at Home is committed to providing ongoing professional development and learning opportunities for Visiting Teachers, Educators, family and...

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Foraging for Natural Resources
Nurtured at Home provides Nature Playgroups throughout the year in all of our regions.  This provides a wonderful opportunity for children,...

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Family and Dramatic Play
Family and dramatic play provides opportunities for children to be creative and use their imagination to express themselves, as they take on the role...

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Loose Parts
Loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, taken apart, and put back together in multiple ways. They are...

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Anzac Day
Anzac Day, observed on 25 April every year, commemorates all New Zealanders killed in war and also honours returned servicemen and women. The...

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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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