Kinderen Philosophy – Kaupapa o Kinderen

Kinderen Philosophy – Kaupapa ō Kinderen

Respect is important to us at Kinderen.  We are respectful with each other and of all living things within our environment.

We work hard to develop meaningful and trusting relationships with the children in our care and their whānau.  These relationships form the foundation of future learning and development and allow for the child and their whānau to feel safe and welcome within our Centre.

We acknowledge New Zealand’s bicultural heritage and multicultural society. We give our children opportunities to learn about their own and other cultures. We have an in-depth knowledge of Te Whāriki and include all the strands, principles and virtues in our daily curriculum.

We create an environment where personal worth is valued and encouraged, by being aware of  family’s needs and culture, and by providing a loving environment that allows children the opportunity to make choices and determine their own actions.

We provide a curriculum where children can learn through active exploration of their environment.  Children will be given the opportunity and be encouraged to develop knowledge, skills and dispositions. We assess and plan our programme, valuing children’s and their whānau’s contributions.

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Kinderen Philosophy – Kaupapa o Kinderen

Respect is important to us at Kinderen.  We are respectful with each other and of all living things within our environment.

We work hard to develop meaningful and trusting relationships with the children in our care and their whānau.  These relationships form the foundation of future learning and development and allow for the child and their whānau to feel safe and welcome within our Centre.

We acknowledge New Zealand’s bicultural heritage and multicultural society. We give our children opportunities to learn about their own and other cultures. We have an in-depth knowledge of Te Whāriki and include all the strands, principles and virtues in our daily curriculum.

We create an environment where personal worth is valued and encouraged, by being aware of  family’s needs and culture, and by providing a loving environment that allows children the opportunity to make choices and determine their own actions.

We provide a curriculum where children can learn through active exploration of their environment.  Children will be given the opportunity and be encouraged to develop knowledge, skills and dispositions. We assess and plan our programme, valuing children’s and their whānau’s contributions.

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