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Kindergarten Opening at Otamarakau

31 August 2018

Inspired Kindergartens is proud to announce it is opening a kindergarten at Otamarakau on (target date) the 15th of October.

The former playcentre is in a beautiful rural setting aimed to connect people and nature and encourage authentic hands on learning.

“It is a really exciting time for the Otamarakau Community especially for our children”, says Anna James, Otamarakau Kindergarten Establishment Committee Member and proud local. “The positive response and support from the community has been amazing and we can’t wait for it to open and to get started”.

Debbie Dagger, a highly experienced and innovative teacher from nearby Paengaroa Kindergarten will be the Head Teacher.

“We want to create a special place that gives children the room to run, discover, create and imagine. A place where childhood is celebrated and unhurried.”

“We welcome all families and whānau to come and enjoy a cuppa in our stunning natural environment and meet our fantastic teachers,” says Debbie.

The kindergarten is currently taking enrolments. Enrolment packs can also be collected from the Otamarakau School reception. To find out more please contact 07 533 3340 or otamarakau@ikindergartens.nz. The kindergarten is having an open day on Saturday 13th October.

“We see this as a great opportunity and are excited to be engaged with a new and supportive community”, says Principal Peter Monteith.

Inspired Kindergartens and Home Based Education offers quality preschool education to over 900 children through its network of 21 kindergartens and home based education services. Inspired Kindergartens is proud to be the top-ranked multi-service Early Childhood Education service in New Zealand. For more information visit www.inspiredkindergartens.nz

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