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Capital City Preschool is celebrating Children's Day

Capital City Preschool is celebrating Children's Day

Children’s Day is this Sunday, 3 March. While Capital City Preschool believes that every day at Preschool is ‘Children’s Day’, they will be celebrating this day Friday 1 March.

The theme for Capital City Preschool is ‘Treasuring our Children’, and their entire teaching team will have some special activities prepared on the Friday around this theme. They have asked all the children to dress in their own clothes, rather than their uniforms, to mark the special occasion.

Treasuring our children links very closely to their friendship programme, which is currently a focus in their teaching practices. The friendship programme teaches children how to be good to each other and to treasure friendships. To learn more about Children’s Day go to http://www.childrensday.org.nz/.

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