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Building relationships

Kids at Home Wellington

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Enter our blog to view a heartfelt message from Kids at Home Wellington's Visiting Teacher Kristen Currington written on Storypark. After establishing a relationship with 'P' over the last 14 months that he has been in care with his Family Carer / Nonna Kristen highlights the 'special moments' she looks forward to as a Visiting Teacher. Thank you Kristen for sharing!

Our passionate team of Visiting Teachers support networks of Home-based Educators, Family carers and Nannies within their role. Physical visits are scheduled for at least once a month to each home, our Visiting Teachers treasure this contact time as an opportunity to develop relationships with the children throughout their learning journey with Kids at Home. 

Kids at Home values relationships with Educators, Nannies and families which are all built and strengthened by mutual trust, respect and a shared love of our Tamariki. 

Kids at Home 'Goes Green' October: Let's grow Sunflowers!

Kids at Home Wellington

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Today at Tawa Playgroup, Wellington we planted Sunflowers to celebrate National Gardening week!

All strands of Te Whāriki are supported when children explore with natural resources. In particular, children's developing knowledge of the natural resources available in our environment is supported in the exploration strand. This is where children develop working theories for making sense of the natural and physical world.