Children that recieve Early childhood education are much more likely to succeed when they start school and throughout their lives.
WHY IS THIS??
Research has shown that the first 5 years of a child's life are the most important for development of the brain and how this time is spent affects how children develop learning and socail skills.
HOW DO OUR TAMARIKI LEARN AT KORUKIDZ???
It may look like play but everything a child does in their busy day at our centre is a learning experience. And because they are sharing these experiences with other children they are developing their language and social skills at the same time.
WHAT DOES IT COST? ITS FREE!!!!!!!
For families wanting to have their children attend our 4 hour Free sessions there is NO CHARGE and will include Free Van Pick up/Drop off as well as all meals being provided by the centre free of charge.
This is made possible by the Government funding we receive.
Your child may also qualify for a Winz subsidy if they are a 2 year old or you require longer hours of care.
We can point you in the right direction to find out what you are entitled to so it is best to contact our staff who would be only to happy to discuss your child’s individual needs.
*Please note Free Van service will be subject to availability in area at time of enrolment but we will do our very best to make it work for you.
SPACES AVAILABLE NOW!!
Contact us to have a chat about what we can offer your
child. Mel and our friendly team will make it easy for you to access
our great services for your child.
Freephone Korukidz on 0800 571318 or call in and see us at
228 Fraser St Tauranga (opp Fraser Cove)
LEARN TO PLAY AND PLAY TO LEARN
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