Our Kindergartens

Families are encouraged to stay, play and share

Families are encouraged to stay, play and share

Renwick

Renwick Kindergarten is a place where whānau and children have a sense of belonging and manaakitanga.

The environment will reflect Nwe Zealands's culture and heritage and empower children to be confident and competent learners with a strong sense of kaitiakitanga.

What makes Renwick Kindergarten special?

The Renwick and wider community are welcome to be part of our programme. Families are encouraged to stay, play and share their skills with teachers and children. The diversity of the rural community contributes to the special nature of Renwick Kindergarten community.

We are a community of learners and value our own ongoing professional development. Our experienced teachers continue to learn together to enhance the programme for children.

Children’s use ICT and other technology to document their own learning.

Our ‘Friends of Renwick Kindergarten’ committee is actively involved in supporting the kindergarten. Together we are working towards completing our outdoor environment.

We focus on ensuring healthy robust transitions between PM to AM sessions, and to school

We value:

  • Children and their whanau
  • Culture and learning from each other/ diversity
  • Fun and laughter, spontaneity
  • Learning
  • Honesty/ truth
  • Forgiveness
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Spirituality
  • Healthy transitions
  • Collaborative relationships
  • Student teacher placements
  • Our community’s involvement in our programme
  • Respect and manners
  • Individuality
  • Curiosity and giving new things a go
  • A physically active programme

Hours

Children can be enrolled for the following sessions

Contact the Kindergarten to discuss which hours would best suit your child/family/whānau

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

8:15am to 12:30pm

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 1:15pm to 3:15pm

Our future plans include:

  • Completing the remodeling of our outdoor learning environment
  • Relocating the lockers outside
  • Drainage and irrigation forgrass area
  • Building tangible relationship with local iwi
  • Adding to our range of large motor skills equipment