All of our kaiako are qualified and registered, and have participated in Forest School Training. There is no shortage of passion for both nature and educating tamariki in our carefully handpicked team, and an abundance of love for the tamariki we teach.
Our thoughtfully designed local curriculum aligns with Te Whāriki - the National Curriculum, it reflects our Philosophy of aroha and sustainability, and created collaboratively, it echoes tamariki, parent and whānau aspirations.
All of our foundational centre documents are formulated and reviewed in partnership with our community of whānau, kaiako and tamariki. Our priorities reflect what you view as success for your child and what is important in our community.
A high trust teaching model ensures that children learn to take calculated risks to improve their confidence, spatial awareness, physical and cognitive development.
The forest is open ended - there are no prescriptive toys, joy is found in what Papatūānuku gifts us on any day. Tree climbing, puddle jumping, art, literacy, science and maths - it can all be found in the landscape.
Animals have much to teach children. Kindness, empathy and care. We offer horse riding, and encourage children to care for our sheep, our rescue goat, and numerous other furry friends.
Enrol to be on our waitlist, either full time or part time.
Forest Preschool for children age 3-6 - Open from 730-430 Monday to Friday
One Day School for children age 5-13 - Open from 9-3 Wednesday and Friday
School Holiday Programme one week of each school holidays.
(Only closed Stat Holidays)
Phone: 07-823-3336 between 9 and 3 or Text: 027-500-4030Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
73 Te Miro Road
Cambridge, 3496, NZ
Click below to download the Early Childhood Education enrolment agreement to save your place on our waiting list.