Daily Program is based on the following template. We provide a structure that is fluid and flexible - We follow children's interests and allow them to lead.

# Time Learning Opportunities Links with Te Whariki
1 7.30 am Opening of the Centre - Learning Opportunities are set up based on what Children's current interests are Children experience an environment where they are affirmed as individuals (Contribution (Mana Tangata) Goal 2)
2 8.30 am Learning Opportunities are setup outside weather permitting Children experience an environment where they gain confidence in and control of their bodies (Exploration (Mana Aotūroa) Goal 2)
3 9.00 am Morning Tea (Kai) Time Children experience an environment where their Health is promoted (Well-Being (Mana Atua) Goal 1)
4 9.20 am Free Play: Inside and Outside curriculum flow where learning opportunities are set up according to the children's interests Children experience an environment where they are affirmed as individuals (Contribution (Mana Tangata) Goal 2)
5 11.20 am Clean Up Time: both inside and outside; Washing hands and getting ready This encourages children to develop their social competence skills as well as taking responsibility for their learning environment.
6 11.30 am Lunch (Kai) Time Children experience an environment where their health is promoted (Well-Being (Mana Atua) Goal 1)
7 12.00 pm Mat Time: Learning Opportunity Time Children experience and develop verbal communication skills for a range of purposes (Communication (Mana Reo) Goal 2)
8 12.30 pm Home-time for Morning Sessions AND Welcome for Afternoon Session Children and their families experience an environment where they know they have a place (Belonging, Mana Whenua Goal 2); This provides teacher’s with opportunity to give feedback to parents and whānau. The well-being of children is interdependent with the well-being and culture of whānau/ families (Strand – Relationships/ Whanau Tangata).
9 12.40 pm Free Play: Inside and Outside curriculum flow where learning opportunities are set up according to the children's interests Children experience an environment where they are affirmed as individuals (Contribution (Mana Tangata) Goal 2)
10 2.20 pm Clean Up Time This encourages children to develop their social competence skills as well as taking responsibility for their working environment.
11 2.30 pm Mat Time: Learning Opportunity Time Children experience and develop verbal communication skills for a range of purposes (Communication (Mana Reo) Goal 2)
12 2.45 pm Afternoon Tea (Kai) Tim Children experience an environment where their health is promoted (Well-Being (Mana Atua) Goal 1)
13 3.00 pm Free Play: Inside and Outside curriculum flow where learning opportunities are set up according to the children's interests Children experience an environment where they are affirmed as individuals (Contribution (Mana Tangata) Goal 2)
14 4.15 pm Free Play: Inside and Outside curriculum flow where learning opportunities are set up according to the children's interests Children experience an environment where they are affirmed as individuals (Contribution (Mana Tangata) Goal 2)
15 4.30 pm Clean Up Time This encourages children to develop their social competence skills as well as taking responsibility for their working environment.
16 5.00 pm Late Afternoon Tea (Kai) Time Children experience an environment where their health is promoted (Well-Being (Mana Atua) Goal 1)
17 5.30 pm Home-time for all Children This provides teacher’s with opportunity to give feedback to parents and whānau. The well-being of children is interdependent with the well-being and culture of whānau/ families (Strand – Relationships/ Whanau Tangata).