Our children are guided to make positive partnerships, learn holistically and understand the value of their contributions.
We prioritise an ongoing involvement with our parents through parent-teacher meetings and evenings, newsletters, and an independent parents’ committee.
We take great pride in the dedication of our teaching teams who encourage curiosity, acknowledge potential and delight in seeing children flourish.
Our spaces are comforting, cosy and light-filled to create environments that are stimulating, nurturing, flexible and richly resourced.
Te Whāriki, our New Zealand early childhood curriculum, and the principles and values of the internationally acclaimed Reggio Emilia Approach weave together beautifully to strongly underpin our Bear Park educational programme, giving us an invaluable foundation for lifelong learning.
Bear Park stands for kindness, empathy and generosity. Each year, as a whole group, we fundraise for a specific charitable organisation, involving all of our children, parents, whānau and teachers in the process. As a group we’ve raised money, increased awareness and supported a diverse group of incredible charities doing incredible things … and that’s just the beginning. Read more about the great work our families, children and teachers have been part of.
Words From our Parents
We take great pride in the loyalty of our Bear Park families.
“We absolutely love Bear Park. The spaces, the staff, the learning, toys etc are perfect. It has been a really easy transition into daycare for our family so thank you!”
Bear Park Hobsonville
“I have found the team at Bear Park very nurturing and supportive, which has helped my daughter transition in. The team has been amazing and very responsive to all my questions and requests”
Bear Park Albany
I love the transparency and efficient communication, as a parent, it gives me a lot of assurance and enough comfort to leave my son in Bear Park. We would highly recommend Bear Park”
Bear Park Remuera
“The environment provided for our daughter is homely, caring and fun. We feel reassured each day knowing she is supported in respected in her learning.”
Bear Park Epsom
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