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2019 NEWS Flash!

ERO places Wild Things home-based early childhood services in the top category.

2017 Top National Award in Home-Based ECE goes to Wild Things Educator, Monika Gamble!

Monika Gamble of Wild Things was announced the award winner of the National Educator-of-the-Year 2017 at the NZHBCA Annual Conference in Wellington. 

Healthy Heart Programme for Early Childhood Education: Tohu Manawa Ora – Kōhungahunga

Healthy Heart Award – new tips & activities to do with children ......

2017 Wild Things Annual Workshop - on 24 & 28 October 2017!

Wild Things welcomes Kimberley Crisp to present the 2017 Annual Workshop: ‘THIS IS URGENT!’ and ‘SETTING THE TABLE FOR PLAY’

Health and Safety in Wild Things Ltd

Wild Things Ltd has recently completed its Health and Safety Audit with ACC.

2016 Wild Things Annual Workshop

The workshop was a great success!  It was fully booked with 150 participants.  Apologies to the many who missed out.

Heart Foundation Recognises Wild Things' Policies with a Healthy Heart Award

Wild Things celebrates winning the Whānau Healthy Heart Award from the Heart Foundation!

NEWS Flash! June 2016

Wild Things Children’s Art Awards

NEWS Flash! May 2016

A popular Wild Things stand at the recent “Mums-n-Bubs” Expo at the Southland ILT Stadium.

Wild Things offers Home-Based Early Childhood Education and Care in Clutha

Wild Things is seeking educators and nannies in Balclutha.  We are also enrolling children in the Clutha region.

Baby Matters

The Wild Things 'Baby Matters' parenting programme is designed to tap into the competent teacher within each parent and the learning curiosity of infants.

What Being An Educator Means To Me: Keri Duncan & Educa

"Each day is an opportunity to leave a lasting impression on a young exuberant life."

2015 Wild Things Annual Workshop

The 2015 Wild Things' Annual Workshop was a great success with about 100 attendees!  It was conducted by renowned educator Nathan Wallis on "Laying the Foundation for Social Competency".

Wild Things wins the 2015 National Educator of the Year Award!

Keri Duncan, a Wild Things’ educator at Southland, was named the winner of the 2015 National Educator of the Year Award.  She exemplifies Wild Things’ value and philosophy.