Children's Learning Dispositions
The following information has been taken from Te Whāriki and helps us to understand how a child’s knowledge, skills and attitudes combine as...

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Connection to our Community
At Discovery Days, playgroups, and outdoor events, Nurtured at Home provides a range of opportunities and experiences for both children and adults to...

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Community Playgroups
At Nurtured at Home Educators, families and children can enjoy the opportunity to attend community playgroups. Some benefits of playgroup...

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Science Pataiao
Children are born scientists – they are innately curious about the physical environment and naturally open to making meaning through their...

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Spring
Welcome to Spring – to celebrate all tamariki enrolled with Nurtured at Home will be receiving a sunflower seed to grow with their Educators....

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Te Wiki o te Reo Maori
“Strength for an endangered language comes from its status, people being aware of how to support revitalisation, people acquiring and using it...

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Emotional Wellbeing
At Nurtured at Home, we are guided by our Child Protection and Positive Guidance Policies to keep children safe from harm and nurture their physical...

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Cultural Competency
At Nurtured at Home, we guide and support Educators to acknowledge and celebrate each child's language, culture and identity, reflecting the...

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Imitating and Copying
Adults play an important part in a child’s life, as children watch closely their every move and listen carefully to their verbal communication...

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The Benefits of Music
In a homebased setting with Nurtured at Home, tamariki can be exposed to music from birth. This may include gentle lullabies, soothing classical...

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