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  1. Phebs says:

    Ngā mihi kia koe, me nga ka mahi i mahia tenei kaupapa. Wow just Wow Kelly!!

    The Drop in Centre "It’s important for us at the drop in centre to respect the needs of families, and provide a space that truly responds to those needs." community reponisve, making a difference in Kaikohe

    Street Play Days: An exciting initiative set up in around different venues in Kaikohe each month – fun, engaging, interactive, responsive…this is truly a wonderful way to connect with whānau.

     

    A wonderful tribute to the committment, the motivation to make a difference in Kaikohe for whānau. No reira nei ra te mihi rangatira kia koutou otira ki te hāpori hoki o Kaikohe

     

    'Ano me whare pungawerewere'
    
'It is like the house of the spider – linked by a web (of values)’

     

     

  2. suzanne.manning@paradise.net.nz' Suzanne Manning says:

    Kia ora for this information, it sounds like a great programme.  I was wondering, how is it funded?  And the "ICCP" consists of how many people, and I am assuming they are employed positions?  The idea of being a 'drop in' and not requiring enrolments sounds useful, but ECE services are funded by numbers of children enrolled and attending, so this model would be very difficult to sustain under current ECE funding rules, unfortunately.

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