Pipes and Play
A huge thanks to Iplex pipes from First Steps Railway Rd for the pipes and connector donation. The children have made great use of them and have had many meaningful learning experiences and lots of valuable learning has occurred. The children thanked IPLEX by making a cake and delivering it to them.
First Steps Railway Road held a hugely successful bike-a-thon for Plunket – with face painting and sausage sizzles enjoyed by whanau. This has become an annual event and this year we raised approx $1500 for our local Plunket.
Featuring Artwork In Gallery
First Steps Railway Road are proud to announce that the artwork of every child in their centre is currently featured in an art exhibition at an actual art gallery – the Feilding Art Centre. The visual arts are a strength at our centre with many visitors commenting positively on the children’s work. Sharing our tamariki’s gift with the […]
At First Steps Railway Road we pride ourselves on the quality of our children’s art work. Every visitor who enters our room comments on this aspect of our approach to curriculum and the shared understandings the arts have generated. Four year old Sol Robb spent a lot of time and effort creating this piece of […]
Chinese New Year
Isabelle from First Steps Railway Rd shared treats from her Chinese New Year celebration. It was a great opportunity for Isabelle to share her culture with her friends from the centre.
First Steps Railway welcomes back school leavers
First Steps Railway like to keep in touch with our graduate whanau, celebrate their school successes and reminisce on good old centre times! For the last two years First Steps Railway have held a “Graduate Day” for those children who left for school the previous year to return to join in with preschool daily life during […]
First Steps Railway Road’s Grandparents Day!
First Steps Railway Road had an afternoon tea for our grandparents to come and spend some time with their grandchildren and to see their awesome centre. Some of the activities that took place was special hand painting of the grandparents and their children, singing and dancing and sharing their portfolios.