Our Bear Park Albany team represent the pinnacle of early learning talent. Our early childhood teachers value the culture of research. They support young minds through the powers of curiosity and creative expression. Just like the children that they teach, they become lifelong learners through regular professional development.
Albany's Infant & Toddler Childcare Centre aspires to provoke confident capable learners, who are recognised as unique individual Akonga. Our Albany team have created a respectful, open and nurturing environment, where parents and the extended whanau are welcomed and valued as part of our programme. As educators, we believe it is up to us to give the children the opportunities to express their own creativity, explore widely and connect with their discoveries in their own meaningful way.
As Kiwi teachers we understand that our children are confident and capable learners with whom we are co researchers. This age group experiences many changes and we strive to create an environment that is welcoming, cohesive and challenging. We value and celebrate the multiple cultures within our group and view each child as a unique individual. Teachers of the Kiwi team understand the importance of the whanau in our children’s lives and strive to work collaboratively with the children’s families.
Tui teachers support the children’s key competencies as critical and capable learners. We support their competencies as active researchers by providing a stimulating and challenging environment.
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