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Excellence at Inspired Kindergartens

7 August 2018

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Excellence at Inspired Kindergartens

Inspired Kindergartens is proud to announce it is the top-ranked multi-service Early Childhood Education service in New Zealand as assessed by the Education Review Office (ERO).

ERO evaluates and reports on the education and care of children and young people in early childhood services and schools.

“I am extremely proud of our people and our organisation”, says Principal Peter Monteith. “This achievement reflects our philosophy and values as an organisation, the calibre of professional, passionate people we have in our teams and our standing within our communities.”

“We employ 100% trained and qualified teachers that genuinely care and go to extraordinary lengths for our children and communities. We are committed to Education for Sustainability and affordability for families and whānau.”

Inspired Kindergartens and Home Based Education offers quality preschool education to over 900 children through its network of 20 kindergartens and home based education services. For more information visit www.inspiredkindergartens.nz

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