Tiny Voices Hobsonville

Education and Care in Hobsonville, Auckland
"Our learning journey starts here"
Tiny Voices Hobsonville is Pro
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Licensed for
150 children
Maximum under 2's
35 children
Centre information
clock7:00am - 5:30pm
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A little about us

Hobsonville Point is a friendly and thriving community surrounded by the sea. We love teaching our kids a little bit about their local area. Our mascot here at Tiny Voices Hobsonville is a little boat. 

We believe that children learn and develop in an early childhood environment where the teacher has a respectful image of children as being competent and capable young people. The teachers role is a co-researcher and co- constructor in the learning process which allows children to explore, question, reflect, problem solve, theorise and encourage self-expression.

Our programming is based on observing children on a regular basis, evaluating their needs and planning activities from these observations. Each child will be guided to develop at an individual pace according to his or her unique, individual way. Programmes are founded on the guiding principles of Te Whaariki the early childhood curriculum from the Ministry of Education and ideas, practices and values from Reggio Emilia.

We practice and preach multicultural and non-gender stereotyped behaviour. We believe that play is central to children’s development and provide opportunities for both structured and spontaneous activities. Play is a child’s unique way to learn about their world. We aim to provide opportunities for boys and girls to play freely regardless of any stereotype roles they may choose.

We endeavour to provide an atmosphere that is warm, accepting and welcoming to both children and their families.

Centre environment

Each of our centres are brand new with cutting edge design, technology and playgrounds allowing children to contribute to their own learning through the relationships they form and the experiences they have. The centres have been specifically created by a curated group of specialists. Our general manager, Sophie Taylor, brings over 10 years of knowledge and experience. Having run 8 childcare centers in New Zealand. Each centre has it's own unique environment and theme that carries through the centre with signage, staff uniforms, furniture and more - more about this can be found under ‘our centres’.

All the little bits you need to know

At Tiny Voices Early Learning Centre we believe that open communication with parents is extremely important, we operate an open door policy, where parents and family are welcome into the Centre at any time. Parents are invited to join Story Park to watch their children throughout the day on the activities their rooms are doing and be regularly kept up to date on what is happening at the Centre.

Our general manager, Sophie Taylor, brings over ten years of knowledge and experience. Having run other childcare centers in New Zealand and having her own children Sophie is the best in the game and well respected in the industry. Tiny Voices is open Monday to Friday from 7.00 am – 5.30 pm and is closed on public holidays.


At Tiny Voices we know the relationship between nutrition, health and learning is undeniably strong, with nutrition being one of the major factors that impact a child’s development. Nutrition in a child’s early years is linked to their health and academic performance in later years. Our children are provided 3 nutritious meals a day that have been designed by Jess Daniell from Jess’ Underground Kitchen.

Meals are on a two week rotation with a fresh menu each season. Throughout the year Jess will visit our centres to take cooking classes for parents and provide them with some menus and recipes to take home. Download a sample menu here.


At Tiny Voices we do our bit to avoid of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance. Our centres all use recycled goods as part of the centre environment, mixing in with sustainable suppliers/child labour free new goods. We have a big emphasis on recycling, repurposing goods and waste reduction and make sure our children are involved in the process.

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What this centre offers
20 hours free ECE
Discount for siblings
Open during school holidays
Regular excursions
Extra activities – yoga/dance/sports
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The staff and management of Tiny Voices Early Learning Centre believe that relationships form the key to quality education. We believe that respectful, interactive relationships, between children and adults form the basis of a positive self-image for the child. When the teachers nurture the child’s interests with warmth and caring, both adults and children grow and learn together. Adults respect the children as confident competent learners and communicators. They encourage their sense of belonging with increasing knowledge of their community and the world around them. We provide a stimulating, interesting
and natural environment that allows children to explore and engage in experiences that they plan and carry out. Children learn best when they engage in experiences that they are interested in and that the adults, teachers and parents work together to increase understanding, respect and knowledge. T I N Y P H I L O S O P H Y Parent, guardians and whanau are encouraged to show interest and become involved in their child’s learning. All children: infants, toddlers and the young child, with the support and increasing involvement of their teachers, family and whanau will continue to expand the child’s concentration time, extend their knowledge and help them to grow in confidence.

106 Hobsonville Road, Hobsonville, Auckland