BULLS Childcare, Manawatu – Wanganui
BULLS CHILDCARE CENTRE INFORMATION
‘IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD. A CHILD HAS THE ABILITY TO BECOME A HEALTHY ADULT IF THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY TAKES AN ACTIVE ROLE IN CONTRIBUTING TO THE REARING OF THE CHILD.’

A place for our tamariki to call their own, All About Children Childcare on High St in Bulls is a high quality early childhood centre catering for children between 0-5 years old.

All About Children Childcare – Bulls, previously Bulls C.A.L.F Childcare & Learning,offers a holistic early learning programme within a safe, stimulating and fun environment. The programme is seeded in the group’s philosophy of “Belonging”, and reflected in our commitment to growing respectful and caring relationships with our children and their whanau.

Like every All About Children bulls day care facility around the country, involvement of parents, the wider whanau and community in developing the centre’s programme is valued and encouraged. Parents and staff come together as one unit to deliver a suitable learning programme for every child. Your child’s milestones are not lost in the pages of their portfolio, but shared at the end of the day by teachers who are as excited as you about what your child achieved in the day.

The centre’s creative environment encourages children to follow their interests and actively explore their environment whilst always supported by experienced and qualified educators. Our teachers are intentional in the way they recognise and respond to opportunities to engage in and extend children’s learning. All our teachers are qualified and registered early childhood educators, or in training to become one.

At All About Children – Bulls we will cater to your child’s every need possible. We will never be as important as you, their parent, but while they are with us we will love them and hug them.

Our Vision
Our vision is to provide opportunities and experiences for all, which empowers lifelong learning journeys.
Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is for all learners: parents learn as their children grow and grow as their children learn, the children learn at their own pace and the staff scaffold the childrensʼ learning.

Parent input is valued and staff work cooperatively with them to provide appropriate learning for children. We prefer verbal contact with parents on a regular basis as well as the written records of each childʼs experiences.