How to Introduce Meaningful Work to Children and Why It’s So Beneficial (for Both of You!)

Photo by Amanda Aitken Photography

The team at New Shoots Children’s Centre has created this guide to help you get toddlers involved in meaningful work around the house.

Think Green: Sustainability in Your Family Home

Children holding a planet outdoors

We recently held a competition for parents and caregivers, inviting them to write a blog on essential parenting topics. Our winner, Julian Latimer, provides valuable insights on the benefits of encouraging children to ask questions.

The Power of Rituals: Nurturing Children through Meaningful Home Practices

We recently held a competition for parents and caregivers, inviting them to write a blog on essential parenting topics. Our winner, Julian Latimer, provides valuable insights on the benefits of encouraging children to ask questions.

Your essential guide to working as an ECE teacher in New Zealand

We recently held a competition for parents and caregivers, inviting them to write a blog on essential parenting topics. Our winner, Julian Latimer, provides valuable insights on the benefits of encouraging children to ask questions.

Embracing Matariki: A Time for Whānau to Celebrate Together

Embracing Matariki: A Time for Whanau to Celebrate Together

We recently held a competition for parents and caregivers, inviting them to write a blog on essential parenting topics. Our winner, Julian Latimer, provides valuable insights on the benefits of encouraging children to ask questions.

TURNING THE NEW HUNUA VIEWS NEIGHBOURHOOD INTO A THRIVING COMMUNITY

What makes a community? This was the question on the minds of the designers and architects behind the newly developed Hunua Views subdivision as roads were laid, power poles were installed, and show homes were built back in 2019. Community is more than infrastructure. It’s more than streets and houses and utilities. Those are necessary… Continue reading TURNING THE NEW HUNUA VIEWS NEIGHBOURHOOD INTO A THRIVING COMMUNITY

Enrolment Conditions

New Shoots operates as a full day service and do not offer short days or sessions;
Our fees include high quality teacher ratios above Ministry of Education Standards;
Minimum enrolment is two days per week; A $50 enrolment fee will be due upon enrolment to confirm your place;
Two weeks notice is required when terminating enrolment; 10% discount is applicable to your eldest child’s fees if you have two or more children attending New Shoots full time;
Nappies and food are provided; and Formula is not provided – this must be brought in from home if required. 

To be read in conjunction with the Fee Policy.
Fees effective from 1st April 2022.