|Here’s a selection of some of the many wonderful comments we receive from parents in response to posts from around the network on our Kidsfirst Kindergartens facebook page. Thanks for taking an interest and sharing your thoughts with us...|
SOME OF OUR TOP STORIES
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"They do so many cool things at kindy!!"
“So many lucky children and families enjoy a warm, loving, patient, gentle learning experience with you.”
“Gives so many children such a wonderful start to their education.”
“It's that sense of awesomeness – you can feel it when you walk in.”
“That’s so amazing, what an amazing experience for the kids.”
"Awesome place. Lovely teachers, good group of kids and large play areas with plenty of variety. Clean and well managed. It is also free!! With great community spirit. Love this place!"
“My children love their kindy teacher!”
“Thank you…amazing teacher and person, our children are so lucky.”
“Such a wonderful way with children, so lucky to have such special, nurturing people in our kids lives.”
"So glad my boy has such fantastic teachers helping him be creative all while learning valuable life lessons!"
"My children all had a great time attending kindy and still enjoy the friends they made there."
"Great work, true Eco warriors." (On sustainability efforts).
"Ka mau te wehi tamariki - what an awesome job you've done!!""
"Fantastic work - he ataahua too mahi"
"Delightful and a great life lesson for the children."
(On children delivering hand made gifts and baking for kindy neighbour’s 90th birthday)
“Awesome learning, and what great fun.”
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