Village Kids

Out Of School Contact Us

Rachel Hodgson – Head Supervisor
Phone: 06 877 7350
Email: oscar@villagekids.co.nz

Paul Rooney – Manager
Phone:  06 877 7350 (after 3.15pm)
027 899 4522

Please leave a message or text if phoning before 3.15pm. All messages will be cleared daily at 2.00pm.

Physical Address:
146 Te Mata Road
Havelock North
Hawke’s Bay
(opposite Havelock North High School)

 

CONTACT OSCAR Office:
Rachel Hodgson
– Head Supervisor 

Phone: 06 877 7350

Email: oscar@villagekids.co.nz

or

Paul Rooney – Manager
Phone:  06 877 7350 or 027 899 4522 (after 3.15pm)

Please leave a message or text, if phoning before 3.15pm. All messages will be cleared daily at 2.00pm.

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Philosophy

We believe, at Village Kids that every child is a taonga – treasure and will learn best when both teachers and the learning environment affirm and support children holistically; which is underpinned by the Early Childhood Curriculum – Te Whariki.

The values of Paua are unique to us and are interwoven into our culture to ensure we work collaboratively, as a community of learners. We recognise and share our New Zealand dual culture and heritage and we value our joint partnership with parents, whanau and the wider community.

Our Tamariki – Children We believe children learn best when they have:

Our Whanau – Family

We believe children learn best when:

Our Kaiako – Teachers

We believe children learn best when teachers are:

PAUA Values:

Play – have fun with children & teachers, laugh with each other & work with a passion
Appreciate others – be respectful to children, whanau, colleagues, give positive feedback & give thanks
Understand your attitude – you choose your attitude, be positive, friendly, supportive & caring
Attention to others – build reciprocal relationships and trust, by being responsive, empowering & honest

Philosophy – OSCAR

We believe, at Village Kids that every child is a taonga – treasure and will learn best when both teachers and the environment affirm and support children holistically.

The values of Paua are unique to us and are interwoven into our culture to ensure we work collaboratively, as a community of learners.

We recognise and share our New Zealand dual culture and heritage and we value our joint partnership with parents, whanau and the wider community.

Our Tamariki – Children

We believe children learn best when they have:

Our Whanau – Family

We believe children learn best when:

Our Kaiako – Teachers

We believe children learn best when teachers are:

PAUA Values:

Play – have fun with children & teachers, laugh with each other & work with a passion
Appreciate others – be respectful to children, whanau, colleagues, give positive feedback & give thanks
Understand your attitude – you choose your attitude, be positive, friendly, supportive & caring
Attention to others – build reciprocal relationships and trust, by being responsive, empowering & honest