Since moving into our new premises at the beginning of the year, we have been looking at what extra learning experiences we can offer to our population of learners.
Our very popular music classes are continuing, with the addition of one session a week for students who are visually impaired and have additional disabilities.
The pre-school parent support group that was started last year, now has a dedicated “learning space” and it is well supported by parents and their children at our fortnightly session.
Based on Te Whariki and the expanded core curriculum, the programme includes music, sensory experiences, art activities and exposure to literacy, numeracy and science. The session has also provided an invaluable networking opportunity for parents.