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Wellington Outing – Petone Park & Beach

Join Shayna for a fun morning at the beach, and shared morning tea!

Date: Wednesday 28th February
Time: Meeting at 10.00am
Location: The Esplanade Foreshore Petone.
Bring: Hat, sunscreen, togs- and Shayna will supply a yummy shared morning tea.

RSVP By Monday 19th February to shayna@playschooleducation.co.nz

Note: Educators MUST be prepared to get wet as supervision in the water requires them to be within arm’s reach of their Tamariki at ALL times.

Hawkes Bay Outing – Splash Planet

Come along and join Amanda at Splash Planet, exploring tiny town and the toddler’s pools. 1:1 Ratio at all times.

Date: Monday 5th February
Time: 10.00am
Location: 1001 Grove Rd, Parkvale, Hastings
Cost: $3.00 per family (this is for ONE educator and Playschool enrolled children – any extra adult/child will be at your own cost).
Bring: Packed morning tea, drink bottle and sunscreen.

RSVP By Wednesday 31st January to amanda@playschooleducation.co.nz

Note: Educators MUST be prepared to get wet as supervision in the water requires them to be within arm’s reach of their Tamariki at ALL times.

Waikato Outing – Parana Park

Join Ashley for a morning of water fun, have a paddle and a shared morning kai.

Date: Wednesday 7th February
Time: 10.30 am
Location: Parana Park, Memorial Drive in Hamilton
Bring: Togs/ Towels/ Sunblock/ Hats/ Sunblock/ water bottle

RSVP By Wednesday 31 January ashleyj@playschooleducation.co.nz

Note: Educators MUST be prepared to get wet as supervision in the water requires them to be within arm’s reach of their Tamariki at ALL times.

Auckland Outing – Water Park Fun

Date: Wednesday 14th February
Time: Meet at 10.00 am.
Location: Waterview Park, Waterview Reserve.
Bring: Togs, hat, sunscreen, towel and morning tea. Playschool will provide ice blocks!

RSVP by Monday 5th February kirsty@playschooleducation.co.nz

Note: Educators MUST be prepared to get wet as supervision in the water requires them to be within arm’s reach of their Tamariki at ALL times.