Te Kura’s early childhood education service is a free, individualised programme for children aged two to six years old. It is designed by registered early childhood teachers who are based in Wellington.
Our teachers work in partnership with your whānau using the New Zealand early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki, to create and develop an individual programme of learning for your child.
If you are a New Zealand based whānau you will receive a resource box on enrolment with supplementary boxes to continue your learning termly.
The equipment required for each module will be identified where required.
Ideas and information
Supervisor resources and information about child development as well as ideas for play activities and learning experiences for your child.
You and your child will access of their learning resources online using My Te Kura. My Te Kura is our ‘online learning environment’. Your teacher will work with you to incorporate online learning into your child’s programme.
Find out more about online learning.
Maintaining reciprocal relationships between whānau, ākonga and kaiako are essential and we welcome your ongoing contact.
Kaiako are contactable via phone (0800), email and virtually through My Te Kura.
Your ongoing feedback and contribution to ākonga programmes of learning will provide kaiako with the information required to assess and design ākonga learning goals, based on their current interests and learning needs.
Where possible, we hold day events throughout the country that offer you and your children a chance to meet Te Kura teachers and the other families who live in your area.
There will be opportunities to meet with kaiako and classmates using My Te Kura virtual classroom sessions. Where possible, we hold day events throughout the country that offer you and your child a chance to meet Te Kura teachers and the other families who live in your area.