Do you offer 20 hours ECE subsidy?
Yes, when you child turns 3 we offer the 20 hour subsidy. You can claim up to 6 hours per day, for up to 20 hours per week.
What session times do you offer?
We offer either half or all day sessions, with a range of hours you can choose to suit the needs of your family.
You can choose any of the following start and finish times:
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Some examples are:
Short day: 8:30 – 3:30
Morning: 8:45 – 11:45 or 12:30
Long day: 8:00 – 4:30
What are the Term Dates for 2022?
We are open for the new year on Wednesday, 26 January, 2022
Term One, 2022
Wednesday, 26 January – Thursday, 14 April
Public Holidays: Auckland Anniversay Day – 31 January, Waitangi Day – 7 February, Good Friday – 15 April
Term Two, 2022
Monday, 2 May – Friday, 8 July
Queen’s Birthday – 6 June, Matariki – 24 June
Term Three, 2022
Monday, 25 July – Friday, 30 September
Term Four, 2022
Monday 17 October – Wednesday, 14 December
Public Holiday: Labour Day – 24 October
What are your fees?
The Ministry of Education only provides 20 hours free for children from the age of 3 for up to 6 hours per day. Fees outside of the 20 free hours are $5.75 per hour.
What is your daily programme?
Our programme offers a balance of structured and non-structured experiences. We have a combination of mat times, small and large group activities, and times of free play.
Do children need to be toilet trained before they start?
No. Children who are still in nappies are welcome. We are happy to work together with families to help with toilet training at the appropriate time.
At what age can our child start?
We take children from the age of two and a half.
Do you provide lunch for the children?
The children bring their own healthy packed lunch and fruit to share for morning and afternoon tea.
Do you close for the school holidays?
Yes, we close for the school holidays so that our children and teachers can use this time to be refreshed and ready for more exciting learning in the new term.
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