Kool Kidz on Wellington Term 3 Newsletter 2017

Kool Kidz on Wellington Term 3 Newsletter 2017

Welcome to the spring edition of the newsletter for 2017. We’re quite sure you’ll all agree it’s nice to have the wet winter behind us and the warmer weather on its way!

As the end of term 3 approaches, we reflect how it’s been a busy and progressive term for all. We have farewelled a couple of Educators as well as welcomed new Educators that are fitting into our team with ease. Many Educators have been on a variety of inner city Professional Development courses recently discovering new skills and effective teaching approaches.

We’ve also had the privilege of several visits from leading early childhood professional and consultant Catharine Hydon. Catharine explores and inspires excellence in early childhood education and care. As a coach and mentor, she has us all motivated and all rooms have been implementing some exciting new changes in their program. Not only are these ideas enjoyed by our children but they are also empowering them with valuable life skills to use in years ahead and become successful individuals. Read the room reports or have a chat to educators about how your child’s room is striving for excellence.

The end of the year will be upon us soon and as a friendly reminder, all forms for 2018 enrolments and holiday care are now due. If you have misplaced your form the office has spare copies. Don’t forget we are open throughout December and January and only closed for Public Holidays.

If you would like to read through the whole newsletter download it here… Kool Kidz on Wellington Newsletter 2017 Term 3



Kool Kidz on Wellington Commits to Sustainable Recycling

Kool Kidz on Wellington Commits to Sustainable Recycling

Earlier this term, we changed our waste management service to a company that allows us to sort our rubbish into different skip bins. Not only are we contributing to recycling and saving on landfill but just as importantly we are involving our children in this problem-solving concept as we embed environmental responsibility into our daily routines. Read more »



A Fishy Visit

A Fishy Visit

Our entrance way fish tank is always a favourite stop for our children as they walk in our front door, and the enjoyment from parents and other adults is just as evident. The fish tank corner is a tranquil place where our children find comfort and connect with something familiar every time they come, as well as discover care and empathy for others along the way. Read more »