Halloween celebrations at Lollipops Papamoa were in full swing last Thursday, giving children and staff the perfect excuse to channel their inner witches and ghouls...
“At the moment our children love pretending to be sharks, whales and other creatures of the sea, so to extend their interest, and link it to some real-world learning, we took them on an excursion to Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium,” says Lollipops Newton Road centre manager Bharti Gautam.
Talofa Lava! The children at Lollipops Britomart have been busy embracing the beauty of Samoan culture for Samoan Language Week!
Evolve Education Group has been named New Zealand’s Most Trusted Kindergarten Centre Operator in the 2019 Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands awards.
Families at Lollipops Newton Rd generously donated gifts for women and children in need in our community to make their Christmas very special.
Recently the Lollipops Airport centre had the privilege of being entertained by a traditional Cook Island performance. One of the preschoolers, 4-year old Khloe performed with her grandfather, nanna, uncle and dad on the Cook Island drums.
The aim is to provide the children with an experience outside the center and gain awareness by looking closely at the real animals - what they eat, how they look, and their habitat. Most of all, this trip was exciting, informative, and fun - and that is one of the values we cherish as we grow and learn!
Lollipops Kumeu raised $1550 to donate to Hope Foster Care NZ and Autism NZ through a very successful art exhibition. This beautiful event brought the community together and gave the children a great sense of belonging and pride. Our teachers, parents, grandparents and visitors to the centre were beyond impressed by our children's work.