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Centre Documents

Check out our latest research reports, ERO reports and centre policies and procedures.

Policies and Procedures

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Positive Guidance Policy

Guidelines for providing positive guidance to tamariki to enable positive behaviour. 

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Emergency Evacuation Policy

Centre evacuation policy and procedure.  Includes map and directions to evacuation zones.

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Fee Schedule

Fee structure and policy.

 

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Child Health Policy

This policy is currently being reviewed.  Will be uploaded in February 2019.

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Complaints Policy

Guidelines for whānau, staff or public wanting to make a formal complaint.

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Communication Policy

Guidelines for maintaining effective communication with whānau and staff.

Education Review Office (ERO) Reports

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Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākano - 2015

Education Review Office report dated 2015

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Te Puna Reo O Ngā Kākano- 2017

Latest Education Review Office report dated 17 May 2017.

Strategy

Research Reports

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Te Puna Reo o Ngā kākano Strategic Plan 2015 - 2018

Our Strategic Plan 2015 to 2018.  

We are currently redrafting our plan for 2019 to 2021 and hope to publish this in February 2019.

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He Puna Reo, He Puna Oranga 2018

A Health Research Council funded project into how the Puna Reo impacts on the health and wellbeing of our tamariki. 

Innovative pedagogical approach project 2016

Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākano from Bruce Foster on Vimeo.

Other Resources

Te Whariki- Early Childhood Curriculum

Sets out the curriculum to be used in New Zealand early  Childhood education (ECE) settings and provides guidance for its implementation.

Ministry of Education- Early Learning 0-6 Years

Ministry of Education Early Learning portal of resources, policies and guidelines. 

Work and Income Childcare subsidy

The criteria and process to apply for a childcare subsidy through Work and Income New Zealand.

Storypark

We use Storypark as our online portal that allows parents to engage in their tamaiti learning and development.  

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