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Lollipops Aubrey Street in located in the heart of New Plymouth and we are very fortunate to be surrounded by amazing scenery, which includes our beautiful maunga, Taranaki, and our low lying natural coastal areas which are waiting to be explored.
When you enter our Centre, you will be welcomed by highly skilled and professional Kaiako who have been with Lollipops Aubrey Street for over 10 years. Passionate and motivated Kaiako who have the tamariki and whanau at the heart of whatever they do.
You will also notice as you look around our whare, the large natural grass areas that cover our playground, which allow our tamariki to experience the feel of grass beneath their feet. We also have mature playgrounds that are full of interesting nooks and crannies, extensive plantings, sandpits, huts and other interesting places to play in. Even when it is wet our large covered in soft fall areas which make it possible to play outside regardless of the weather.
Our large spacious indoor environments are acoustically designed and well-resourced to support our tamariki to make choices in regards to what they want to learn, when they want to learn and how.
The Education Review Office (ERO) is the New Zealand government department that evaluates and reports on the education and care of students in schools and early childhood services. ERO’s reports are used by parents, teachers, early childhood education managers, school principals and trustees, and by government policy makers.
Early childhood services are reviewed on average once every three years. Reviews will be more frequent where the performance of a school or centre is poor and there are risks to the education and safety of the students, or less frequent where a school has a stable reporting history and demonstrates good self-review processes and use of its assessment information.You can read our centre’s ERO review here.
Monday – Friday - 7:45am – 5:30pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday Closed
Ages Catered For:
3 months - 5 Years
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Lollipops Aubrey Street has enabled my children to flourish by encouraging them, respecting them as individuals and building exceptional relationships with them. I know from the feedback and insights I get from the Kaiako that my children are nurtured here and their achievements noticed. I feel like the centre is an extension of my family, a relationship I will miss when my youngest moves on to school. It's always a welcoming and fun place to come as a parent, and to me this means it's a great place to come for my children.
Lollipops Aubrey Street
My daughter Hazel loves the teachers and environment at Lollipops Aubrey Street. She feels comfortable and there are so many opportunities for her to learn.
I would like to let you know, how grateful I am for the love and care you have shown myself and my granddaughter. As you know, we have had some individual needs. Not once were we overlooked, and without hesitation, every team member dedicated time, research, other services available, knowledge, understanding, compassion and a listening ear.
Lollipops day-care centre, the programs, policies and procedures are always focused on our child's/moko's and whanau's best interests, whether that's educational, physical, cultural, diversity or self-discovery.
Each one of you, holds our children's/grandchildren's lives in your hands, they hold, your trust, in their hearts, every time, I walk out that door, you have my entire world! and that, is the privilege, I have entrusted, with this day-care.
Lialah & Tracey
Lollipops Aubrey Street
The teachers are amazing with my child and what a great location.