126 days ago

Free Kindy spaces available now for 2-5 year olds.. Free Meals. Free Van pickup/dropoff

Linda from Korukidz Education and Care

We have said our goodbyes to some of our lovely Tamariki who have turned 5 and headed off to "big school" and now have some enrolment spaces available for new children to join our Korukidz family to "play and learn" with our awesome team of teachers.
We are a family focused centre offering Early Childhood education and care for 2-5yr olds with
*Free Van Pickup/Dropoff in our local areas,
*Free Meals,
*Free 20 hours ECE.
*Sessions 8am-12 noon
1am-5pm
(other times are also available)
We are conveniently located opposite the Fraser Cove shopping centre and in front of Tauranga Intermediate School.
We have a lovely outdoor playground with mature trees and a bike track.
Check out our recent activities on our Korukidz Facebook page including our trip to the Airport and the Classic Flyers Museum where the children were able to "fly" themselves!
Give Mel and the team a call on our Free phone 0800 571318 or pop in and see the staff if you are passing by.
We would love to meet you and talk to you about your children.

Meantime have a Happy and safe Easter.

"Korukidz learn to play and play to learn"

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