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​A superb month of celebrating our pre-Christmas event with a concert performed by our transition to school tamariki, Justin the magician and his fantastic tricks, and Santa who visited our Centre giving out presents!  A very Merry Christmas to ...
​In October our tamariki visited the Hunua Fire Station, Botanical Gardends, and Whaea Vicki's family farm.  In November we celebrated the end of our language weeks by having a Cultural event where we dressed in our Cultural attire and tried the...
Today the weather was put on for us with nothing but clear blue skies and amazing hot weather for our WATERPLAY! The children loved showing off their swimming togs, and that wasn't even the fun part! The teachers had organised sprinklers, waterslides...
"We have travelled over the mountains, through the valleys and through all of the seas to meet together here at our Kids Count Lenore Road Village". These were the amazing opening words from our Manager Siliva for our big CULTURAL DAY CELEBRATION!! T...
The tamariki have been having heaps of fun during the December / January holiday programme. They have been dressing up, dancing, splashing in the water and hanging out in Whaea Amanda's "salon". Whaea Carol's kai has been yummy and they have also got...
As we sit and look back on 2019, we have had loads and loads of fun.  So, what better than to share with you some of our highlights from the year.  We celebrated our 7th Birthday, had many visits to the Summerset Retirement Village, visited...
Last month we had a dress up party where all our tamariki (children) and Kaiako (teachers) came into the centre dress up in superhero costumes, animals, fairies and a few unicorns! This day was filled with fun activities like doughnut eating and pop ...
This month we celebrated with a Cultural Day. Over the recent months we have been learning a lot about the identities of our tamariki. We have celebrated, Maori Language Week, Samoan Language Week, Niuean Language Week, Cook Island Language Week, Diw...
Our 3 year olds had a blast making sand cakes.  Their yummy delights really had them thinking and planning out their recipes.  There is so much to learn when you bake a sand cake, some of these things are maths - measuring out your water an...
​Our 4 year old class decided to make their own picture frame to take some Christmas portraits.  Check out how creative they were and some of those poses!  They had a blast with each of them contributing to the frame.
During the school holidays the children have the opportunity to participate in in our holiday programme. Some of the highlights were Bubbles day, Teddy bears picnic, baking biscuits and a walk to the playground. Bubbles day! The children explored mak...
​Here at Kids Count Tawa, our children on both the Puawai and Te Whanau Awhina sides have developed a keen interest in babies. This week we got some new baby dolls from Kmart with pretend milk bottles and they have been a big hit with children of all...