Our teachers take a family-based approach to the care and education of our kids and our kids are active participants in their own learning and development. That means we pay attention to their individual motivations, interests, and needs, and provide a positive and encouraging environment for them to grow and develop.
An important part of our philosophy is the Māori concept of tuakana – teina, which values reciprocal learning relationships. This means we don’t segregate our kids by age but instead encourage them to interact with and learn from each other in a safe environment.
We see children as active participants in their learning and development and we pay particular attention to their individual motivation, interests, and needs. Our teachers understand that each child is unique and so they will provide unhurried time, a positive environment, and encouragement to allow children to grow and develop at their own pace.