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Gymnastics with Sam

Every Monday our Just 4 Kids children head over to the Community Centre to have a gymnastics session with Sam. Tasman Gymnastics club

They even have a brand new walking track now thanks to the Residents association.

Our J4K children are really enjoying learning new skills and trying out new equipment.  They’re all keen to have a go at the physical activities on offer – whether climbing, swinging, balancing, jumping or clambering over obstacle courses.  They are becoming really capable and confident – pushing themselves to master new skills and practice already established skills with energy and enthusiasm. 

Teacher Vacancy!

We are looking for a registered teacher to join our friendly supportive team. We are a rural community centre, licence for 50 children age 0 to 5 years. We are looking for a flexible, fun, dynamic, energetic teacher who is comfortable teaching all ages. The centre is divided into 3 learning areas according to age and stage; with multiple opportunities to spend time together.
We are a family orientated team who are passionate about children’s learning and development. We are dedicated to keep up to date with current theory and practice.
Our philosophy promotes the importance of building meaningful relationships based on trust respect and honesty. The rich curriculum fosters curiosity and inquiry for all ages.
All Teachers are qualified and have a long and rewarding history within the centre. We also have local support of a very active community including a board of trustees who all have/had children at Country kids.
Country Kids is one of New Zealand’s leading community centres.

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For further information please contact:
Nickie or Marg on 035432819
Or email your CV to
Applications close 5pm 30th May 2019

Measles Advisory notice.

Measles Advisory notice from the NMH Public Health Service

As you will be aware, we have Measles circulating in New Zealand; there are confirmed cases in Christchurch and Auckland regions.  There are also current outbreaks throughout Europe and in the Phillipines. To date, we have no confirmed Measles cases in the Nelson Marlborough health districts;  but it is important that we all as a community, are prepared for the possibility of this highly infectious disease affecting people here at some stage….