1 minute reading time (272 words)

Relationships - Ngā Hononga

Our special Friends came to visit from Kids Count Marne Road. We were very excited to welcome them into our environment.

As they began to explore their new surroundings on their visit they became very excited to meet the Teachers and some new friends. The children had so much fun playing and building new relationships before we knew it it was time for them to return to their centre at Kids Count Marne,  we cooled off with a yummy ice-block and said good-bye to the Kaiako and tamariki as they hopped into their van and began their journey back home. 

Here at Kids Count  Pukekohe we believe that social interactions play a vital role in children's growth and development and that it is part of our role to nurture and support social competency.  We believe Children learn through responsive and reciprocal relationships with people places and things which supports each individual child to grow up strong in identity culture and language.

Here at Kids Count Pukekohe our learning environments reflect a sense of exploration, investigation, literacy and numeracy. We provide challenging outdoor play spaces that engage and motivate children to take risks, try new things and persist through difficulties, with support.

 We believe that social interactions play a vital role in children's growth and development and that it is part of our role to nurture and support social competency. 

A big thank you to our sister centre for our special visitors, we really enjoyed your visit and had so much fun together.

We will see you all again very soon friends. 

By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to http://kidscount.co.nz/