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Respect – Whakaute
- We role model respect for ourselves, children, families, whānau, teachers, our community, the environment and resources (stakeholders).
- We respect Tangata Whenua and the Treaty of Waitangi by connecting with local Iwi, whilst respecting all cultures values, beliefs and differences.
Whanaungatanga – Partnerships
- Parents are first teachers; we honor and extend on the learning that happens at home; as partners we support and empower learning together to achieve shared values and goals within a quality learning environment.
- Reciprocal relationships with stakeholders are shaped on trust and open communication.
Growing our Tamariki
- Children are unique and successful, develop a sense of belonging, pride and belief in themselves, resilience, confidence, independence, and learn through uninterrupted
- Children’s interests are scaffolded at their own pace by actively engaged Teachers who foster the principles of tuakana teina and ako; the reciprocal learning within mixed age group setting
Environment – Taiao Ako
- Our nurturing environment welcomes, acknowledges and protects the cultures and values of all stakeholders.
- Children explore and make discoveries by interacting with and valuing our unique spacious environment which is inclusive, exciting and challenging.