EduKids Remuera is a quality childcare centre situated on the corner of Remuera Road and St Marks Road, convenient to Newmarket train station and motorway access. We are proud of our excellent reputation in promoting stimulation and development for children from 3 months to 5 years.
Our guiding philosophy ensures children’s interests are followed and teachers plan learning experiences which relate to and extend those interests. The two different rooms and playgrounds are spacious and cater for various children’s needs – from learning to crawl on a safe mat, to climbing ladders, mastering balancing, doing tricks on the monkey bars and creating forts!
Collaboration with parents - For the team at EduKids Remuera parental involvement entails seeing parents as active collaborators in their own children’s learning and development. We have an excellent track record of parent participation in our internal evaluations on inclusive practices, healthy eating, physical education and more.
Learning opportunities in community - We believe that children, like adults, need a range of visual and sensory experiences to inspire and stimulate their creative potential. Excursions are an integral part of the centre curriculum as they enable children to explore, extend and enrich their learning and their social skill development.
Preparation for school - Our unique Be School Ready initiative has been developed to ensure that children leave the centre as confident, capable learners and prepared for the next step in their education journey.
Funtastic Fridays - Through our play-based approach to learning and development we advocate minimum restrictions in children’s play. We have started the new initiative ‘Funtastic Friday’, where we expose children to age appropriate risk factors in the natural world eg fire, barbecue, cutting fruits, real life tools, road safety to name a few.
Through these experiences our children are learning to seek challenges and take risks as they expand their world view, develop an understanding of themselves and others, and endeavour to gain competency in a range of skill sets.
As a centre we:
- Provide homemade nutritious meals, catering for special dietary needs
- We celebrate various cultural events throughout the year which encourages our children to understand cultural diversity and respect the values and beliefs from other cultures
- Teach children about sustainability through growing our own vegetables and flower garden
We welcome you to visit our quality childcare centre to see how we can help your child become a happy, confident learners
kind words from our parents
As parents, we feel it’s easy to communicate with the teachers and they are willing to help you to take care of the children as you need. I like the community posts in Storypark, sometimes our whole family sits together to enjoy these photos. There are a lots of different activities everyday as well. Thanks EduKids Remuera for making my daughter so happy.
We were immediately impressed by the centre. It seemed very safe, warm, had plenty of outdoors space for the summer and the teachers and parents were very welcoming. The communication from the centre and the organisation was a level above what we have experienced with other daycare centres and there were plenty of events and social functions too.
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