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    Waiuku Museum was established almost 50 years ago in the old Waiuku Fire Station. Over the years the collection has been maintained by volunteers, and this is still the case. Below is a brief summary of what is available at the museum. We have permanent displays and changing exhibitions of local history. This includes historic buildings on the Tamakae Reserve. The historic buildings include the Second Maioro School, Pollok Cottage and Hartmann House. The museum caters for school and other ... Read more groups, by prior arrangement. The museum can provide assistance with local genealogy and historic research. There are also souvenirs and books for sale. The museum is run and staffed by volunteers from the local area. We are located in the centre of Waiuku in the Tamakae Reserve, at 13 King Street, Waiuku. The museum charges a nominal entry fee of $3 per adult and $1 per child. This goes towards the up-keep and maintenance of the buildings and collection, as the museum receives limited ...

    Jump Start Kids is a Mt Albert all day childcare centre with an equal emphasis on care and education. It is privately owned by Roger and Glenda Carter who share the management. We cater for all children from birth to school. There are many different cultures represented in the children and staff and we welcome that diversity. All our full time teachers are qualified early childhood education graduates and most of them are also mothers. We have a chef who prepares delicious meals and snacks ... Read more based on the Ministry of Health recommendations for preschool age children. Some of the vegetables are grown by the children. ON our website you can read our latest ERO report for the official opinion about Jump Start Kids. Then take a look at the lovely things our parents say about us under Testimonials. If your child is over three and you book five mornings or afternoons of four hours each, it will cost you NOTHING! 20 hours ECE free will pay totally for your children's education. We ...

    Established by Eve Gordon and Mike Edward in 2009, The Dust Palace is New Zealand's pre-eminent circus theatre company. Our aim is to create tour-able circus theatre, taking stories from Aotearoa around the world; and to foster circus and physical performance and practitioners in Auckland and Aotearoa New Zealand. First gaining attention for provocative and political burlesque shows the Dust Palace has progressed toward creating more integrated narrative based works as our company and audience ... Read more profile has grown, which is at the core of what we do. Having toured extensively both nationally and internationally with our 13 full length theatre works, we have been focussed on growing an audience for circus theatre and on innovating circus as an art form. From our early cabaret-style works we have been introducing our audiences to a more sophisticated, genre-bending blend of circus and physical theatre; challenging and engaging diverse audiences as well as providing mind-blowing entertainment! We ...

    Two for One Aerial Classes at the Dust Palace!

    Validity: from 19 Jan 2019 to 31 Mar 2019

    Two for One Aerial Classes at the Dust Palace! In celebration of opening our amazing new aerial arts facility, we're offering every student the opportunity to bring a friend and pay half price for all of Term 1 2019!! Available to existing students and new students a-like as long as the person being introduced is new to Dust Palace! :) (Only for Dust Palace classes in Term 1 2019 and only one per person) :)

    • 40 King Street, Waiuku (2123), Auckland Region
    • 10-20 km from Clarks Beach (2122)

    Creative Garden is a community-based Childcare and Early Learning Centre in Waiuku, Auckland, offers the best child care and age appropriate environment to your children aged from 0 to 5 years and also motivate them to learn through play. The aim of our Childcare centre is to provide a better environment where children's and their families feel like a home. For further details, visit our website.

    Te Tuhi's name was gifted by local tangata whenua Ngāi Tai and is in reference to their ancestor Manawatere a great explorer who signalled his arrival in Aotearoa New Zealand by making his tuhi, or mark, on a pohutukawa tree using karamea, a red ochre. Te Tuhi, strives to live up to this legacy of exploration by being one of New Zealand’s foremost contemporary art spaces known for its core function of commissioning ambitious new artworks by a diverse selection of artists. The organisation is also ... Read more renowned for supporting curatorial research resulting in exhibitions that are locally engaged, regionally responsive and internationally ambitious with a strong awareness of social, political and environmental issues. Te Tuhi’s annual programmes include four seasons of major group and solo exhibitions and a series of live events and offsite projects. These are supported by a range of education and public programs that actively engage school students, local artists and makers, community ...

    Wastescape by Gayle Chong Kwan

    Dates: from 09 Mar 2019 to 24 Mar 2019

    Wastescape is an immersive installation by British artist Gayle Chong Kwan that explores New Zealand’s relationship with food and dairy through craft techniques and waste, and employs thousands of used plastic milk bottles and photography to create otherworldly landscapes. Chong Kwan is a London-based multidisciplinary artist whose photographs, sculptures, events and installations are exhibited internationally, both in galleries and in the public realm. Her work explores simulacra and the sublime through constructed environments, imagined futures, ritual experiences and sensory registers. Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 11am – 5pm Fri – Sat 11am – 7:30pm Commissioned by Te Tuhi, Auckland, in partnership with art and environmental organisation Invisible Dust, UK, and the Humber Museums Partnership, UK.

    Edukids BaverstockEduKids Baverstock education and care Centre is located in the centre of East Auckland, operating right next door to Baverstock Oaks School. We pride ourselves on positive working relationships with families. Families are involved in various events throughout the year including the Centre programme, annual celebrations of cultures and community events. EduKids Baverstock promotes, enhances and supports children’s learning and development. We have four dedicated rooms caring ... Read more for children of different ages and developmental stages: Acorns (Infants and early Toddlers), Budding Branches (Toddlers), Tall Oaks (early Preschoolers), Baverstock Kindy (late Preschoolers). Each room has their specially designed indoor and outdoor play areas, and the teaching team in each room implements teaching methods and strategies that best suit children of different interests and needs, and incorporate daily activities and experiences that are fun and engaging for all children which is ...

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    Chess Power is an exciting company that encourages children to play and enjoy Chess. We recognise learning and playing Chess has a number of benefits for kids. So what do we do? Well run free Chess Open Days at schools and we coach kids at a number of schools in Auckland. We do personalised one-on-one private coaching. And we run the NZ Chess Academy for more intensive training. We run interschool tournaments across New Zealand culminating in the Chess Power Interschool National Finals at the end ... Read more of the year. And we run the popular Sarapu Cup each month in Auckland. We also train coaches and teachers with our Accredited Professional Chess Coach program.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Chess Power provide a fantastic opportunity for school children to develop their chess skills

    19-01-2016 by Wayne McDougall

    Chess Power provide a fantastic opportunity for school children to develop their chess skills and to take part in many exciting and well-run tournaments throughout the country. Head Coach Paul Macdonald builds a strong rapport with children of all ages, motivating and encouraging each one to do their best. Chess Power offer an extensive array of certificates, trophies, medals and prizes – no one goes home from a Chess Power event empty-handed, although the prestigious awards are reserved for those who truly merit them. Girls are given extra encouragement – although just as skilled as the boys, fewer tend to compete in chess – Chess Power are working hard to correct this by encouraging meritous performance. Paul Macdonald has a strong team working with him. Even when he is not personally present, other Chess Power staff bring the same calm discipline and inspiration to their tournaments. And often tournaments include practical coaching tips, and brain-stimulating puzzles, so the children leave as better players. For interschool tournaments the Chess Power method of taking the scores of the best four kids on the day is much easier and fairer then schools making up their own ranked teams - no allegations of abuse by mis-rankings of the team (deliberate or otherwise) - all players have an incentive to do their best and a silly mistake by your top player means another player can step up and take their place. The website at www.chesspower.co.nz contains detailed results on each tournament – very useful when trying to identify challenging opponents and weaknesses that need work. And helpful for ranking players when required for other school chess tournaments. Paul and his team at Chess Power have a passion for chess and for children to play chess. I am very grateful that they give so many children so many opportunities to play at well run tournaments. Being able to play often, and competitively, is very important for improving play. Chess Power are a powerful force for children's chess in New Zealand. If you want your kids to succeed at chess, send them to a Chess Power event. Thank you Paul, and your team. Long may you continue growing kids minds!

    The Chess Power team do a fantastic job

    19-01-2016 by Kim Teofilo

    Joseph Teofilo from the Wairarapa, who has participated in past Chess Power National Finals and Chess Power Champions Trophy events including October this year, was awarded wairarapa Maori male Junior Sportsman of the Year and the Peoples Choice trophy for his achievements in chess both regionally and nationally. From Joseph's achievement at this regional awards evening, it has put a spotlight on chess and we're hoping this will encourage more of our young to take part! Thanks for all you do Paul, you and your team do a fantastic job, and Joseph is certainly looking forward to the 2016 tournaments!

    Kuk Sool Won™: A world-wide comprehensive system of traditional martial arts that all of the family can enjoy. Build confidence, get fit, learn self-defence and have fun in our family friendly martial arts school. Kids – Kids classes build confidence as well as fitness. A fun way to help those struggling with bullying as well as building strength, flexibility and coordination. Youth - We encourage our youth to gain self-discipline and a sense of achievement by pushing them more than ... Read more the younger kids. We do this by providing our youth, aged 13 and above, with their own dedicated instructor in the adult class. Family – Kuk Sool has a strong family focus. There is something for everyone and it is a fun way to strengthen family bonds. Women – With its emphasis on self-defence and physical development that builds self-confidence, Kuk Sool is ideal for women and girls. With a highly qualified woman instructor, we provide a safe environment for those who ...

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Kuk Sool Won

    13-10-2015 by Ashleigh Parry

    Kuk Sool Won teaches lots of great skills. You learn self defence which builds confidence. Lots of great instructors. Great for girls. Give it a go!

    Answer from Kuk Sool Won™ of Pukkeohe on 19-01-2016:
    Thank you for your review.

    Great martial arts for kids

    30-08-2015 by Sarah

    A great learning environment, where kids get lots of individual attention. Highly recommended.

    Answer from Kuk Sool Won™ of Pukkeohe on 19-01-2016:
    Thanks for your recommendation

    “EMPOWERING CHILDREN TO BE CONFIDENT LEARNERS” At Little Scholars Learning Centre, we value the importance of families. We encourage parents and whanau to share in their child’s day and engage in setting their child’s individual development plan with our staff. Our qualified and caring staff ensure that children’s needs are always put first, and that a fun, interactive environment is maintained for your child. Why choose our Centre? Little Scholars has been part of the community ... Read more for 15 years!! Our centre has 3 age focused rooms including a “Transition to School Room” 9/10 teachers are fully qualified and registered teachers, ensuring your child gets the best care and education around! Nutritious vegetarian meals are prepared onsite daily. Allergies and dietary requirements are catered for Diverse cultures and languages within the centre Full educational programme Separate Air Conditioned area for our Under 2 year olds WINZ subsidies and 20HrsECE funding ...

    Koru Care NZ was established in 1983 with the aim to bring a little bit of joy into the lives of children with terminal illness or permanent disabilities. We have been helping the children of New Zealand for over 30 years and annually take 26 children to California for a 2 week holiday to forget about their worries for a while. During these 2 weeks the children visit all the major theme parks and over our 30 years we have formed a fantastic relationship with the California Highway Patrol and LA ... Read more Coast Guard who the children get to visit, which is something most tourist do not get to do. Our volunteers and caregivers come from all occupations ranging from Aviation Security to school teachers and are passionate about what we do and how we can make a difference in a child’s life. Koru Care NZ only employ 3 part time staff to run the organisation and without these volunteers to help with our fundraising and providing care on trips, we would not be able to operate.

    We are a purpose built, quality childcare facility providing care and education for children aged between 0 and 5. We have fabulous spacious environments including an indoor gym an outdoor soccer field. We offer a ready for school programme and a phonics based literacy programme. Our mission- To enable children to enjoy and meet their full potential by creating a fun and positive learning environment for them to prosper and succeed as individuals. We offer full time, part time and sessional care. ... Read more Call us today for a visit.

    We run ultimate messy play sessions and classes for kids under 5. Exploring goop, foam, rice, ice and more in a jam packed hour of fun exploration and creativity. Developmentally vital for growing young minds :) best of all mums you don't need to clean up the mess after

    We are a parent-led early childhood service from birth to school age, where parents stay and play alongside their child. Playcentre offers: A unique early childhood experience, from birth to school age Parents as educators; family involvement Child-initiated play, learning through play Developing relationships between children and adults Making lasting friendships; supportive environment High adult to child ratio 1:3 Close connection with our local community Playcentre ... Read more is an internationally recognised early childhood organisation unique to New Zealand. It evolved in the 1930s & 1940s to support families and promote new developments in early childhood education. The National Federation was formed in 1948, based on the original philosophies of child initiated play and the importance of parents as educators of their own children. Today there are 489 Playcentres affiliated to the New Zealand Playcentre Federation through each of the 33 regional ...

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    The Good Seeds Children Centre has 80 places 6mths – school. It prides itself on being a family friendly environment for children and their whānau, to develop a strong foundation for their futures. Learning philosophy:  Including Christian principles and teaching in the programme  Children learn through play, children learn best when they are engaged in experiences that they are interested in.  Parents as child’s first teachers, we value the contribution they can make to their child’s ... Read more learning.  Having a homelike atmosphere within a caring and stimulating environment where children can feel safe and secure. We will nurture an atmosphere of respect.  In encouraging children to learn and develop at their own level and pace, which will give them a sense of self-worth and gain confidence of self-importance. We embrace the diversity and cultures of all children  Strive to nurture children who can build relationships with children and adults, are secure in who ...

    Hay Park is a free playgroup that is situated in the grounds of Hay Park Primary School and we would love for any new families and whānau to join us. The playgroup provides a fun and friendly atmosphere where children and their families can learn and play alongside others, make new friends, support each other and be involved in the running of playgroup. Hay Park Playgroup celebrates all cultures and ethnicities, we believe it enhances and nurtures the teaching, sharing and learning that takes place ... Read more with the tamariki.

    Founded in 1982, the Papakura Museum has displayed many artefacts, documents, and photographs of local historic interest (Papakura, Drury, and surrounding districts) to visitors for many years, and will continue to do so in years to come. The Papakura Museum has one permanent exhibit called the Story of Papakura, showcasing what life was like in Papakura before humans arrived, right through to WWII. There is a military gallery, currently dedicated to WWI, and 4 featured exhibits throughout the ... Read more year. The Papakura Museum has education programmes alongside the exhibitions, as well as school holiday activities and other events. Free undercover parking is available on East St, with lift access to the museum on level 3. There is also a café in the foyer outside the museum entrance. Entry to Papakura Museum is FREE for everyone, but donations are always appreciated. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

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    A Christian Preschool for 2.5 to 5 year olds, located in central Manurewa behind St Andrews Presbyterian Church and next to Manurewa Central School. Children are nurtured and taught within a distinctively biblical framework, in a loving, caring environment. We are privileged to have highly qualified, experienced, multicultural staff. You're welcome to pop in anytime, or feel free to book a visit for a time that suits you best.

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    After School Care and Holiday Programmes at the school. We are based in the school hall.

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    This is a small independent Art Class for children. We work in small groups for individual attention. Children age 5 to 12 years can come and have fun creating their own art work. We learn about colours, lines, using of space, texture and much more by using different art media. We get into the fun by getting our hands dirty using pencils, charcoal, variety of paints, oil sticks, pastels while learning various techniques. These techniques can include sketching, collages, printing, doing batik, blending ... Read more and different techniques for painting. We enjoy being creative, using our hands to create our picture from our own perspective. We also love to practice our skills by observing objects, pictures or paintings and re-creating it in our own unique way. Give your children an opportunity to develop planning-skills and self-confidence while enjoying doing artwork.

    • 293 Botany Road, Botany Downs (2010), Auckland Region
    • 20-30 km from Clarks Beach (2122)
    • 7 Moa Road, Point Chevalier (1022), Auckland Region
    • 20-30 km from Clarks Beach (2122)

    With very experienced staff and a clear philosophy, The Rumpus Room offers an exceptional and proven choice to allow your child to play, learn and grow. To support our philosophies we have developed a play based, project centred programme that allows children to explore their own interests and develop a greater understanding of the way the world around them works. We understand the importance of creating respectful interactions between the child and teachers, where the child is an active participant. ... Read more With this in mind we promote an environment for our children which allows them to be curious, investigate, make decisions and problem solve to make sense of their world and their place in it.

    Bay Roskill Rugby League & Sports Club is an Auckland Rugby League club based in the suburb of Blockhouse Bay in Auckland. Bay Roskill is a family orientated club administered by dedicated volunteers and enjoyed by its community and wider. Bay Roskill is a club that is rich in history and was formed in October 1979 when the Mt Roskill Red Devils and the Blockhouse Bay Cougars amalgamated. Mount Roskill itself was a 1947 amalgamation of the Eden Roskill, Wesley, Mt Roskill clubs. OUR MISSION - To ... Read more foster, promote and develop all sports within the club structure. - To encourage educational and life skills to all members which will create a positive and progressive approach to life. - To promote and develop all junior sport in conjunction with Primary and Secondary schools to implant firmly the ideas of good sportsmanship, teamwork, honesty, courage and respect for authority and others. - Building partnerships to encourage more community groups to participate in our community club activities ...

    LCF Fun Languages operates pre-school, after-school clubs, and language learning centres across New Zealand. Operating throughout Europe, Australasia, South America and Asia, LCF Fun Languages started teaching languages in 1985 with a method based on the natural way that children acquire a language. While we focus on language tuition to children, programs are available for language students of all ages. Children learn through a combination of drama, storytelling, songs, craft and games. They ... Read more rapidly acquire enough knowledge and confidence to enjoy using the language for communication and expression. LCF Fun Languages programs are designed to give children the confidence to speak in either French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, German or English. LCF Fun Languages teaching resources are also available for schools, specialist and non-specialist language teachers.

    Education Educational School Holiday Activities

    Redeemer Kids is an afterschool programme that operates from 3pm to 6pm Monday to Friday and has vehicles that pick children up from Chapel Downs School and Redoubt North School. We help the children complete their home work and give additional learning exercises after they have completed their school home work. Children can come from 3 to 4 pm at a cost of $4 and then 3 to 5pm is $9 and 3 to 6pm is $14. We also have a school holiday programme from 9 to 3pm in the second week of each of the mid ... Read more term school holidays.

    Adventure Plus! Scouting is all about challenging and developing youth. Western Bays Sea Scouts welcomes girls and boys aged 6 to 18, and is part of the world-wide Scouting movement. All ages go camping, tramping and learn lots of practical skills while also having fun. Scouts and Venturers (ages 10+) learn to sail, and attend local, regional and national regattas and adventure camps. Setting and achieving goals is encouraged for all youth members through the award scheme. Teamwork and leadership ... Read more are experienced and lasting friendships made. Parents are encouraged to join in, creating a community, and the volunteer leaders (mostly parents of youth members) are Police vetted, trained and dedicated. More information can be found on our website. Come along and see what we do!

    • 19A Sunset View Rd, Panmure (1072), Auckland Region
    • 20-30 km from Clarks Beach (2122)

    If you are looking for quality care and education in a Catholic environment, come and see us. We are an apostolate of the Auckland Diocese. Our teachers are NZ registered & graduates of the Catholic Early Childhood Education Certificate. Better than MOE required ratio of Adult to Children. Great outdoor environment offering a variety of challenges. We explore, play, laugh and develop friendships and faith. Operating hours: Mornings: 8:30am – 12:30pm (Mon - Fri) Afternoons: 1:00pm – ... Read more 4:00pm (Mon - Fri) Full day: 8:30am – 4:00pm (Mon - Fri)

    Beachcomber Kindergarten is a small private Early Childhood Centre, offering childcare and education in a home like setting at 95 Hutchinsons Road, Howick. A team of qualified and experienced educators provide a high quality programme that enhances and extends children's learning. Our lower ratio of 1:7 allows teachers to work with individual children supporting their interests and holistic development. Our early childhood centre is licensed for 30 children from 2 to 5 years of age. We are ... Read more open during school terms, Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 4.00 pm. We offer flexible days and hours of enrolment to suit children and their families. Children can be enrolled for half day sessions, morning or afternoon, or a full day programme for 2 or more days per week.

    Papatoetoe North Kindergarten (previously known as Kotiri Kindergarten) is a part of the Auckland Kindergarten Association. Our kindergartens provide a safe, nurturing and enriching learning environment for children, our future leaders. The education we provide supports and encourages children to become competent and confident learners. All teaching staff are qualified in early childhood education. They hold a current teacher registration and first aid certificates. We believe a partnership between ... Read more children, teachers, family/whanau and the community is fundamental to a positive quality learning environment. Established in 1908, the Auckland Kindergarten Association (AKA) is a charitable trust made up of 107 kindergartens, five Playgroups, and five early learning centres across the greater Auckland region. We encourage children to participate in a wide range of learning activities to extend and develop their skills and knowledge. Papatoetoe North Kindergarten is open from 8:30am ...

    • 99 Rosebank Rd, Avondale (0600), Auckland Region
    • 20-30 km from Clarks Beach (2122)

    We are a community based not for profit preschool, offering quality early childhood education to children aged for m 2 yr to 6 yr of age. Our teaching staff are 100 percent qualified and are a dedicated team who will support and educate your child through thier early learning experinces. We are based in the heart of Avondale at the Avondale Community Centre behind the Avondale library. Our operating hours are: Monday to Thursday 9am to 3pm and Fridays 9am to 2pm. we offer full or half day sessions. ... Read more with free 20 hour ECE for children over 3 yrs of age and a Fee of $5.00 per hour for children from 2 to 3yrs of age. Plesse feel free to phone, email or simply call into the centre anytime for more information.

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