All Saints Community Crèche has a fresh new name and logo. We are now called All Saints Early Learning Centre.
A quintessential early childhood care and learning experience, carried out in a beautiful, loved filled setting. We are a not for profit, community owned and teacher-led centre.
"The wider the range of possibilities we offer children, the more intense will be their motivations and the richer their experiences." - Loris Malaguzzi
All Saints Early Learning Centre provides a programme based on the National Early Childhood Curriculum, Te Whāriki. Te Whāriki views the child as a unique individual who is a competent, confident learner and communicator. The teaching team have a strong inspirational influence from the educational approach of Reggio Emilia, Italy. The Reggio approach positions the child as an individual who brings a wealth of knowledge to exploring and discovering their environment and the wider world around them.
We view our Centre environment as the third teacher, where provocations are strategically placed in order to offer children opportunities to construct theories and hypotheses that lead to deeper levels of understanding. We see our role as co-constructors of knowledge, where we work alongside children fostering interests and nurturing holistic development in partnership with family and whānau. We pride ourselves on our commitment to embracing nature, and we endeavour to reflect a sustainable environment.
The teachers believe in unconditional love for each child, whereby each child is accepted for who they are and for what they bring to the Centre learning environment. We acknowledge that children have rights and believe they should be listened to and respected as our youngest citizens. Children are given time and opportunity to explore and express themselves through the multiple mediums and experiences offered at Centre.
All Saints Early Learning Centre respects the bicultural heritage of Aotearoa New Zealand and we embrace the diverse nature of our community. We strongly believe that family and whānau play an integral role in our centre environment and we value their input and appreciate their contributions and unique perspectives.
We would love to answer any questions that you may have – so please contact us or make an appointment to pop by for a visit. We look forward to meeting you soon.