Childcare options in Randwick Park

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Randwick Park - Auckland

Kindercare Manurewa

Looking for safe, loving childcare in Manurewa?

You’ll find it at Kindercare Manurewa, thanks to the dedicated leadership of our warm Centre Director, Justine Matthews. Here, our passionate, experienced team work hand-in-hand with your family and whānau, because tamariki and families are at the heart of everything we do at our vibrant, multicultural centre.

Because we believe in supporting each family, we offer both full time and part time enrolment options. At our childcare centre, children matter; families matter; and every day begins and ends with loving care.

Hours of fun and learning

Open daily throughout the year (except for weekends and statutory holidays) 7.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday. 

Age group of children we cherish

  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Preschoolers
  • Transition to School


Just like you, we want the best for your child. And that’s why we don’t compromise on safe, supportive, care and education. Our team works hard to ensure your family receives the highest standard of care for your weekly fee, which includes:

  • a generous annual leave allowance
  • a nutritious midday meal, prepared fresh at the centre daily – so you won’t need to pack kai
  • healthy mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks to fuel your child’s play and learning
  • our Positive Parenting program – offering tips, advice and support for every family

We understand that every child has different needs, so we ask that you supply your child’s own bottles, formula and nappies for each day.

Why choose our centre?

Providing safe, loving care and learning since 2001, our centre is designed to care for your child from infancy until they are ready for primary school. By joining us, you join our family. You will form part of our culture, and we’ll work with you to plan and make decisions about your child’s care and education, based on what’s important to your child, and your family and whānau.

Each fun-filled environment is intentionally planned to provide the nurturing care, creative learning and social opportunities best suited to your child’s individual needs. We also want to build a strong partnership with you, where you feel you belong and are supported. Because that’s what families do. And together, we’ll help your child reach their full potential.

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70 children

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Randwick Park - Auckland

Aranga Early Childhood Centre

Our Philosophy Statement

We are purposely built as the tail of Manu Tukutuku (the kite).   Using this analogy, this is our story.

Without the constancy of the tail, it may result in the kite spinning and rolling and thus the kite is unstable and unable to remain neither flying nor fly very high.

Our name Aranga, means rising up or setting out and to ensue or to succeed.

A flying kite with a tail in the right environment can add strength, guidance, longevity, knowledge of direction and stability; as such we believe Manu Tukutuku (the kite) needs the support and provision the tail can provide to set out, to rise up and to succeed in its continual journey.

Our indicators to achieving these is:

Being welcoming, approachable, secure and nurturing, professional and supportive

Kaiako to utilise tamariki strengths, interests and ideas to plan and set challenges that promote and develop a love of learning and wonder; exploration, curiosity and a deeper understanding of their theories

Kaiako is present and available; approachable and engaging, attuned and ready to facilitate and support

Following the concept of a tuakana–teina relationship where teaching and learning is reciprocal in all facets of the centre

Talking and listening to our parents and whānau aspirations, views and opinions through conversations, discussions, interviews and surveys

Te Whāriki the NZ ECE Curriculum is used as resource to guide our programme planning and curriculum

Encouraging sustainable environment practises and processes for our future generation (cloth nappies, garden to table concept, storm water solution,

making our own compost, recycling)

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80 children

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