16/09/2019

Imaginative Play at Central Kids Mercury Bay

Imaginative play is an integral and vital part of childhood. Through role playing and acting out experiences or interests, children […]
09/08/2019

Gardening at Mercury Bay

A sense of belonging is promoted when children are encouraged and given opportunities to take part in activities such as […]
12/07/2019

Benefits of construction blocks at Mercury Bay

The benefits of construction blocks – Lego and Duplo are quite simply, enormous! Tamariki, whether working independently or as a […]
20/06/2019

Matariki 2019 at Mercury Bay

Matariki, the Māori New Year is a time to gather with family and friends. It’s a time to think about […]
07/06/2019

Thank you Bay Trust

Central Kids Early Education would like to thank the BayTrust for the grant they provided us. It has enabled the training of […]
09/05/2019

Haere mai e te Rangatira Donovan Clarke.

Central Kids welcomed their new CEO at a pōwhiri on Monday. Donovan was supported by his whānau whānui who travelled […]
07/05/2019

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Party

An Autumn party held at Central Kids Mercury Bay in Whitianga for the Very Hungry Caterpillar is the perfect way […]
27/03/2019

How Important is Play?

How important is play?  Well, Albert Einstein believed “Play is the highest form of research”.  Here at Central Kids Mercury […]
05/03/2019

Central Kids Enters Partnership for Complex Needs Preschoolers

Exciting News!! Central Kids Early Education and McKenzie Centre, an early intervention centre for children with special needs, have created […]
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