47 Beauchamp Street Po Box 17 400 Karori Wellington
We promote a sense of community through the involvement and interactions of our children, teachers and whanau. Working in partnership with parents and whanau will enrich children’s learning.
We value our community of learners through respectful, accepting, reciprocal and responsive interactions between each member.
We enhance our children’s learning through the interactions of children of mixed ages, resembling a whanau model.
We uphold Te Tiriti o Waitangi and our practises reflect the unique place of Tangata Whenua and the inherent principle of partnership. We are committed to incorporating Te Reo me Tikanga Maori throughout our programme
We take pride in our diversity and value differences of gender, race, ability, cultural background and religion. We will acknowledge all people as individuals with differing needs, interests and contributions to make.
We uphold the principles and strands of Te Whaariki, and empower each child and their families by taking a holistic approach to each child's learning and development.
Our learning environment acknowledges consideration of meaningful and interesting tasks; the active involvement of learners, both children and adults. The opportunities for all learners to express their ideas and interests which forms the basis of our planning.