“There’s nothing better than having an activity like baking or cooking together because it allows you to do something while also allowing you to talk one-on-one.” Dr Sarah Watson, Senior Child & Adolescent Clinical Psychologist The pandemic has changed so many aspects of our daily lives, including an extended period at home for most families. As children start to return to their schools many parents are wondering how to best support them through this transition. 

COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS | sKids Safety at Level 2

Posted by Bex Woolfool on  May 18, 2020

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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE Update | 18 May 2020 | sKids Safety at Level 2 Super excited to be open today and we wanted to assure you about the safety of the children in our care under a return to work scenario. All staff have completed COVID-19 return to work training All staff have completde a Return to Work health survey COVID-19 awareness posters will be on display during sKids operating hours We have a contactless

FOR PARENTS : COVID-19, preparing for Level 2

Posted by Bex Woolfool on  May 15, 2020

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https://parents.education.govt.nz/essential-information/news-stories/covid-19-preparing-for-alert-level-2/
Media release: 21 April 2020 Kāpiti Coast siblings hope lockdown single will be the ‘Virtual Poppy donation’ for ANZACs. ——————————————————————————————————————— Out of School Care provider sKids (Safe Kids in Daily Supervision) announced today the release of its single ‘We are the Ones Unite – COVID 19’ (a rewrite of its original 2018 collaborative single with chart topping NZ singer-songwriter Kings, directed, by William Henderson), to raise money for ANZAC veterans. Like all organisations sKids has

Celebrating Easter in the Bubble

Posted by Bex Woolfool on  April 7, 2020

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With Easter fast approaching, this Easter is likely to more be memorable than most, as it will be spent in your bubble! However, still a great opportunity to create special family traditions …. but in the Bubble! Easter is celebrated on a different date each year. Easter Sunday always falls on the Sunday following the first full moon after the March equinox. In our part of the world the March equinox is on the 20th