Burwood Playcentre

Burwood

241 New Brighton Road, Burwood, Christchurch 8061

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Childcare Type
Playcentre
Ages
0 - 5

Our children are supported to become confident, competent self-directed learners through play based around their interests. Our children gain knowledge through play, participation and positive guidance.

Our Children’s curiosity and creativity is nurtured through the fun range of experiences provided … no two days at Playcentre are the same.

Our children develop nurturing and social skills which have lifelong benefits. Siblings attend together, allowing older children to mentor younger children and practise empathy and caring.

Our parental relationships developed through Playcentre provide support from parents and help them develop new parenting and life skills.

Our parents are actively involved in providing our children’s learning programmes. The high adult to child ratio allows a good balance for group and individual support during each session.

There is no other organisation for early childhood education and family development quite like it in the world. Thousands of kiwi children, and their parents too, have grown up with Playcentre … book in for your three visits today and come and join the fun.

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Te Whānau Tupu Ngātahi o Aotearoa - Playcentre Aotearoa

Whatamātau / Philosophy

Playcentre Aotearoa is a family organisation which: empowers adults and children to work, play, learn and grow together;

  • honors Te Tiriti of Waitangi and celebrates people's uniqueness;
  • values and affirms adults as the first and best educators for their children
  • so that whānau are strengthened and communities enriched

Playcentre Aotearoa acknowledges Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa New Zealand.

Within Playcentre Aotearoa, Tāngata Whenua and Tāngata Tiriti work in partnership and shall be given the same rights, privileges and responsibilities.

Principles of partnership and bicultural development require Playcentre Aotearoa to:

  • organise its affairs within the cultural tikanga / protocols of Tāngata Whenua and Tāngata Tiriti;
  • be diligent in identifying and keeping open all avenues leading to common ground;
  • recognise, value and share each other's knowledge, wisdom and experience;
  • promote inclusive practices; and
  • foster equitable collaboration between Tāngata Whenua and Tāngata Tiriti.

The Education Review Office | Te Tari Arotake Mātauranga (ERO) is the New Zealand government’s external evaluation agency. It evaluates and report on the education and care of learners in schools, kura, kohanga reo, puna reo, and early childhood services.

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