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Swannanoa Preschool Newsletter - February, 2021


A big Thank you to Pauline Howden who has donated some wonderful duplo, puzzles and a bike to us. The children love these. Thank you to Ethan’s dad for repairing our bikes.


Congratulations to Ella Diver’s family on the arrival of Hugo.

Congratulations to Luna Corbett's family on the arrival of Lily.



Please also remember to bring along your child's wet bag each day.

If tamariki or adults are suffering from general illnesses ie hand, foot and mouth, ringworm, slapped cheek, headlice, conjunctivitis, etc they will be asked not to attend preschool until condition has been treated. Anyone suffering from vomiting or diarrhoea must not attend preschool until 48 hours after last symptoms.


Nau mai, haere mai,

by Jo Dobson

Welcome back everyone! I hope you all had a great break whatever it was you were doing.

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The Ministry of Health

by Swannanoa Preschool

and the Ministry of Education have introduced new food and eating guidelines and ECE regulations which all Early Learning Centres and Preschools must follow.

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Atawhai News

by Chauntelle Evans

Welcome back to all our families!

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Manaaki News

by Penny Coulthard

Welcome back to Preschool everyone.

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Whakanui & Puawai News

by Sam Fowler

Welcome back and welcome to our fancy new space! How big is it! How great is it!

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Transition to School

by Jess & Kerry

Welcome back to preschool for 2021!

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Multicultural Group

by Katrina R

Term four last year we began to celebrate kiwiana. How do we celebrate being a kiwi? It was fantastic to observe tamiriki involved in the variety of experiences we offered.

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Our Library

by Jess Heidmann

Jess is our in-house librarian

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Bicultural News

by Bicultural Team

Ngā mihi o te tau hau! Happy New Year and welcome to 2021!!!

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Enviroschools News

by Brooke Allan

The tamariki have been excited to return and see just how much their seedlings have grown which they planted at the end of the last year.

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New Zealand Sign Language

by Courtney, Brooke & Jan

Is New Zealand Sign Language something that is of interest to your whānau? How could we help you learn New Zealand Sign Language at home? If there is any way that the NZSL leadership team could help you we would love to hear!!!

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