Discover Your Local Kindergarten!

Auckland Kindergarten Association Announces Open Week

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‘Discover Your Local Kindergarten Week’ is returning this year, with events taking place across a number of its 107 Auckland Kindergarten Association (AKA) Kindergartens during the week, so people can discover the wonderful world of learning within.

In its tenth year, ‘Discover Your Local Kindergarten Week,’ will run from August 8 to 12, 2016. People will be able to pop along to their local Kindergarten and meet AKA’s qualified teachers and see why learning through play is so important for a child’s development.

Tanya Harvey CEO of AKA, said: “Everyone is welcome to come along and experience their local Kindergarten first-hand, meet our brilliant teachers and see why AKA Kindergartens are the natural stepping-stone to primary school and how our educational approach will best equip your children for a life of learning.”

Good Option

With hours that mirror school hours available across the AKA network, and early childhood education funding for up to 20 hours of subsidised Kindergarten education each week, there really is an option for everyone.

AKA Kindergartens offer quality early childhood education that is inclusive of the diversity of the children, parents and whānau that attend.

AKA believes that children learn and develop best when they are nurtured and extended by teachers who are responsive and who share with the child an understanding of the world.

Knowledge & Fun

Give your child a great start to their learning by enrolling them at Kindergarten where they will be encouraged to express themselves and actively discover, experience and come to understand the world around them while making friends and having a whole lot of fun.

With introductions to mathematical concepts, science, literacy and ICT, your child will be well on their way to being ready for school.

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