215 days ago

Weekly Program at Greta Point Active Explorers

Center Manager from Greta Point - Active Explorers

Now that we are all back - and we have settled back into a normal (post lock down) routine, we have the introduced the most amazing center programs at Greta Point AE.

MONDAYS: We have now re-started the Dance and Movement sessions with Charlotte!

WEDNESDAYS: Dana teaching the tamariki (and me!) te reo this will cover tamariki pepeha and our center pepeha

THURSDAYS: Gardening program with Jo and Andrea!

FRIDAY: The very patience and wonderful Jackie will be doing NZSL (New Zealand Sign Language) sessions with the Kiwi and Kea tamariki.

This is all in addition to individual tamariki learning that happens in the center.

Have a great evening whànau – keep safe on these slippery roads and keep warm and dry.

The Greta Point team

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