Extracted from the latest ERO Report (20/07/2022)

Children’s mana is recognised and fostered within a responsive, intentional curriculum that promotes their agency. They play well with and alongside peers. Their independent, sustained play and social and emotional competence are fostered.

Infants and toddlers experience a culturally responsive learning environment that supports them to lead their own learning. Kaiako are highly attuned to their verbal and non-verbal cues.

The learning and wellbeing of children in the context of whānau relationships are primary considerations in decision making. Learning partnerships are clearly evident. Children with diverse needs are well supported.

A high level of relational trust promotes collaboration and a sustained focus on improvement.