Welcome to Our Holiday Programmes - July 2020

Our Programmes
Due to popular demand please be advised that we now have six kindergartens open during the term break. These kindergartens are: Albany, Browns Bay Taiaotea, Torbay, Orewa Beach, Silverdale and Whangaparaoa. Please note that these services are only open for children that are currently enrolled in one of our Kindergartens. A timetable form will need to be completed to indicate your attendance at a programme. Due to Ministry of Education funding requirements we are no longer able to accept children who do not attend a Kaitiaki Kindergarten Association service. Please confirm your attendance by Friday, 26th June 2020.
Public Notices

‘20 Hours’ ECE funding is available for all eligible children. A small hourly fee of $6.00 will be charged for additional hours (where applicable). 

For more information, please contact Dianne Williams:

Phone: (09) 479-5869
Email: holiday@kaitiakikindergartens.org.nz

Participating Centres
Albany Kindergarten
Please complete the below timetable form.   ALB HP T2 2020 Timetable Change      
Browns Bay Taiaotea Kindergarten
Please complete the below Timetable Form. BBTAI HP T2 2020 Timetable Change    
Orewa Beach Kindergarten
Please complete the below Timetable Form. OB HP T2 2020 Timetable Change      
Silverdale Kindergarten
Please complete the below Timetable Form. SILV HP T2 2020 Timetable Change      
Torbay Kindergarten
Please complete the below Timetable Form. TORB HP T2 2020 Timetable Change      
Whangaparaoa Kindergarten
Please complete the below Timetable Form. WHNG HP T2 2020 Timetable Change      
What you need to know
  • You are welcome to stay and join your child whilst he/she settles into the new surroundings
  • Please dress your child in appropriate play clothing that you have named and bring a change of clothes
  • Children should bring a healthy snack for mid-morning break and a packed lunch. Please also bring a water bottle
  • In summer and on hot days children will need a hat and sunscreen
  • We ask that children don’t bring personal toys along to the programme as they can be lost or broken