Childcare options in Kelston

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Kelston - Auckland

MyKindy Kelston

About MyKindy Kelston

At MyKindy Kelston we believe that people are the heart of the matter.

Our staff work hard to provide a safe and empowering environment for children and families, honouring the special values of Aotearoa, while embracing our diverse range of cultures.

Through unconditional support, respect and understanding, we strive to create a true sense of trust and belonging for everyone.

We do this by sharing aspirations, encouraging participation and inspiring contribution from all those who join our whanau.

Our teachers are passionate professionals dedicated to helping children flourish. We pride ourselves on teaching mathematics, literacy, art, music and dance, language, science and active play through creative thinking and exploration. This allows each child to develop their own strengths and capabilities.

At MyKindy Keslton we value playfulness, happiness and resilience. These are the foundations for lifelong, meaningful learning.

Licensed for

76 children

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Kelston - Auckland

Go Bananas Childcare Kelston

Welcome to Go Bananas Childcare!

Leaving a child with a childcare facility is an important decision. For most of the children, it marks the first time they will be away from their parents for a long period of time. We are delighted that you are considering our services as an integral part of your child’s upbringing. We are committed to providing the best quality care and education for children from 3 months to 6 years old.

Research shows a child’s first five years are critical to all future learning and development as their brains develop most rapidly during this time. By age three a child’s brain has already developed to 80% of its adult size with brain connections formed through the interactions, experiences, and relationships the child makes. The quality of these interactions, experiences, and relationships is crucial and that is why a child’s involvement in a quality early learning program is so important.

Why Choose Us

  • Provide indoor and outdoor educational spaces which are age-appropriate and designed to engage and support children to discover, grow and learn.
  • Offer children the experiences to support their cognitive, emotional and physical development.
  • Plan from each child’s individual interests, we aim to work alongside their interest, making them to be creative, curious and confident to develop positive and lasting relationships with their peers.
  • Promote the very best practices to nurture children’s well-being and support them to fulfil their potential.
  • Partner with families to ensure our children feel a sense of belonging.
  • Acknowledge and respect the diversity of our families and communities in which they reside.
  • Have educators, teachers, and leaders who are passionate, dedicated and they support and celebrate each child’s individual talents and strengths through meaningful interactions, experiences, and relationships."

Licensed for

30 children

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Kelston - Auckland

Ko Taku Reo Preschool Auckland

At our Auckland campus, Ko Taku Reo offers a specialist preschool setting for children who are Deaf and hearing to learn alongside each other.

Our programme is based on the children’s strengths, interests and needs with a strong focus on developing communication skills using New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) and/or English.

Delivered by qualified teachers and Deaf role models, the programme encourages communication development in natural interactions between adults and children aged 2 to 5 years.

We believe our programme operates at its best when we work in partnership with parents and other people involved with families. Sharing information about what happens in the home and the preschool provides a strong basis for developing consistency in the children’s lives.

Licensed for

30 children

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Kelston - Auckland

Kelston Community Early Childhood Centre

The Kelston Community Early Childhood Centre was established by the Kelston Community Trust in 2003.

The centre is licensed for 40 children between three to five years of age. Half of the children enrolled have Pacific heritage, 20 percent are Māori and 20 percent are from other migrant backgrounds.

A team of qualified, registered teachers is representative of the culturally diverse community. Some families have long-term connections with the centre. Some teachers speak with migrant children and families in their home languages.

Teachers promote positive transitions to school by encouraging children to be self-managing, independent learners.

Licensed for

40 children

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Kelston - Auckland

Nga Taonga Manako Early Childhood Centre

M – represents the magical moments that need to be recognized and represents celebrated; it’s about our mokopuna and continuing the legacy that was built by our tipuna.  It is also about strengthening our mana and growing our pride and identity.

A –symbolizes our aspirations for our tamariki to aim high whilst nurturing their sense of self-worth. It is also about acknowledging parents and whanau as collaborative partners in their children’s educational pathways.

N – embodies our abilities as facilitators to provide nutrition. Also, to nurture the hauora (mind, body and soul) of our tamiriki.

A – is for the attitudes and ambition we set for ourselves as we experiment with various dispositions that will help us in achieving success.

K – stands for the continual need to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes. It is about showing kindness and respect for one another; including Mother Earth as we regard ourselves as kaitiaki of Papatūānuku.

O – shows the provision of opportunities, originality and ‘ofa (love) for all.

Licensed for

30 children

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Kelston - Auckland

Future Stars Early Learning Centre

We offer an early learning service that promote nurturing and caring environment.

Licensed for

42 children