Entries by Jane Byrne

Tui Group Newsletter – December 2016

We warmly welcome our new tamariki; Harvey Lofthouse, Billie Jean Howard and Harrison Riddell to the Tui Group.  It is a pleasure to have you with us and we look forward to getting to know you and your whanau. Tui Group Programme Planning Over the past couple of months our focus has been on sustainability and conservation […]

Children’s Christmas Party – Dec 4

The PolyHigh Children’s Christmas Party will be on the Friday 4th December. 2.30pm–3pm:  Entertainment – BJ Bear. 3pm: Father Christmas will be handing out presents in the Kiwi and Tuatara room followed by afternoon tea for these two groups. 3pm: Preschool afternoon tea in the Tui room followed by Father Christmas.

Fee schedule 2016

Schedule of Fees (effective 4th January 2016) The Management Committee annually reviews fees and optional charges and sets them at the lowest level possible to ensure increasing costs do not erode the high standard of education, care and facilities for which Polyhigh has become known. These fees are adopted by the parent committee.

Important Dates

Some important dates for your to add to your calendars: *   TEACHER ONLY DAY (CENTRE CLOSED) – Friday 6th November (Polyhigh has two teacher only days per year) *    WORKING BEE – Saturday 17 October, 9 am–12.00 ish *     CHRISTMAS CLOSURE DATES for 2015 CLOSED Friday 25 December  – Xmas day Monday 28 […]

Kiwi Newsletter – September/October

We welcome to our Kiwi room; Greta and her Whānau Sarai and Klaus, Nicha and her Whānau Sam, Nick and big brother Natan, Holly and her Whānau Jiana, Chris and big sister Taylor and; Harry and his Whānau Rachel, Luke and big sister Grace. We also welcome Winsey (Tui teacher) who will be in our […]

Illness Policy

Kia Ora everyone, We are experiencing a lot of illness in the centre at the moment. As per our Illness policy “General conditions indicating that a child should not attend the centre: The illness prevents the child from participating comfortably in programme activities. The illness results in a greater care need than the centre can […]