Why Kiwi Supertots
Kiwi Supertots childcare centres are proud to follow a Te-Whariki curriculum.
It’s our priority to ensure safety, security & wellbeing of your child and at the same time provide a challenging, caring & supportive learning environment
At our childcare centres, children are helped to question, to experiment, to think and to reason. Opportunities for growth and development are provided for the child emotionally, physically, socially and intellectually.
Finally, our daycare programme is play-orientated and it is our firm belief that “the more fun children have, the more they learn.”
The Kiwi Supertots Way
Happiness, care, learning, growth and wellbeing are all important aspects to the Kiwi Supertots daycare Botany. We host a number of family friendly events throughout the year as well as a Carnival Market Day at the end of each year, which has previously attracted crowds of over 1000 people
Daycare Giving Back..
We’re proud to support a number of great causes and charities through our giving back program. Our charity events have now raised $1000’s for some absolutely amazing Kiwi organisations like Starship Hospital and Kids Can!
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Our Results Speak for themselves!
Children experience a welcoming and settled environment where they freely engage in play. They demonstrate a strong sense of belonging through positive, friendly interactions with their peers and staff. The learning environment provokes children’s interest and curiosity in their play. Teachers are reviewing and strategically developing the outdoor environment. They manage the challenges of access to this area well.
Children are well supported by staff to learn by using their own strengths and interests. Teachers model social conversations. They encourage children to manage themselves by resolving conflicts and developing skills to mediate. Opportunities are available for children to develop their leadership by contributing to the life of the centre.
Outstanding ERO evaluations of WELL PLACED and VERY WELL PLACED.
Our Sessions & Age Groups
There is no set number, but a baby who attends nursery from 6 months would be a good point in time to start thinking about if you have no other choice.
Most Kindergarten’s in New Zealand accept children between 2 and 5 years old.
Kindergarten’s can cost $5-$6 per hour and home-based care can start around $4-$5. Nanny is a premium, personal service, so expect to pay around $15-$20 per hour
If your child is 3-5 you get 20 Hours ECE free per week.