We believe that it is vital to children’s learning and development to provide a child centered environment. It is important to us that children feel safe, secure and are happy to engage in rich, respectful learning experiences. We encourage children to participate and experience a vast range of learning, from literacy and language to physical and emotional development. We respect tangata whenua and the Treaty of Waitangi through a bicultural programme which is also open to multicultural planning. We believe in providing open communication with parents and whānau to support their hauora (well-being) and provide children with strong foundations that enrich children’s learning and development through their journey of discovery throughout life.