Wild Things - Where Chil­dren can be Chil­dren

Central Otago Mirror - - CENTRAL -

Wild Things was es­tab­lished in 1999 in Dunedin by Su­san Phua and Jackie Wal­lis to pro­vide qual­ity Home Based early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion to fam­i­lies in Queen­stown and Otago. This year the team at Wild Things cel­e­brated their tenth birth­day and are proud to con­tinue to sup­port an ever in­creas­ing num­ber of fam­i­lies through­out the lower South Is­land. Wild Things has a com­pre­hen­sive net­work of home based ed­u­ca­tors and nan­nies that can meet your child­care needs.

At Wild Things we be­lieve that early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion al­lows chil­dren to de­velop to their fullest po­ten­tial. Ed­u­ca­tors and Nan­nies along with the sup­port of the Vis­it­ing Teach­ers cre­ate stim­u­lat­ing and nur­tur­ing en­vi­ron­ments that al­low your chil­dren to be chil­dren. A key as­pect that fam­i­lies value for their preschool chil­dren are the low ra­tios and the small group in­ter­ac­tions that oc­cur in home based ECE set­tings

Why home based early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion? A child learns through ex­pe­ri­ence and form­ing se­cure re­la­tion­ships. Home based set­tings are one of the best places to start your child on their ed­u­ca­tional jour­ney along­side you as par­ents as their first teach­ers.

With the ever in­creas­ing costs that that fam­i­lies are pay­ing, Wild Things con­tin­ues to of­fer com­pet­i­tive rates and fam­i­lies are able to ac­cess 20ECE hours and WINZ child­care sub­si­dies to as­sist with their child­care fees and can help you check out fi­nan­cial sources of sup­port that could be ap­pro­pri­ate for your fam­ily.

Whether your fam­ily would pre­fer a ded­i­cated nanny or the flex­i­bil­ity of a home based ed­u­ca­tor, Wild Things helps you find what best suits your chil­dren.

Call the Team at Wild Things 0800 44 44 70 0r www.wildthings.org.nz

A spe­cial vis­i­tor came to our tenth birth­day cel­e­bra­tions much to the de­light of the chil­dren

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