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Koru Class:コルクラス(年少)

Koru Class:コルクラス (年少)

コルはまだ展開しきらない渦巻き状の銀シダの新芽をさすマオリ語です。それはマオリ(ニュージーランドの在来の人々)文化には不可欠なシンボルです。コルは新しい生活、成長、勇気と平和を象徴するので 年少クラス(3-4歳のグループ)に選び、プレスクールの最初の年に様々な事を学ぶ上で、コルクラスが大きな銀シダの葉のように成長する事を期待して名付けました。

年齢:2017年4月2日から2018年4月1日までの間に4歳になる子供達 (誕生日が2013年4月2日から2014年4月1日)

月曜日から金曜日 9:00-14:00

The koru in Maori is a spiral shape based on the shape of a new curled silver fern frond. It is an integral symbol in Maori (the traditional people of NZ) culture. The koru has been chosen to represent the nen-sho level (3-4 year old age group) as it symbolises new life, growth, strength and peace. It is hoped that through the learning of many things in the first year of preschool that Koru Class children will be able to grow into tall silver ferns.

Age group: April 2nd 2017 to April 1st 2018 those children who are three turning four during the school year. (Birthdates; April 2nd 2013 to April 1st 2014)
If there are places available in the class we may accept applications from children who are toilet trained if born between April 1st 2014 and August 31st 2014 (2 1/2 year old age group). These children will be required to repeat koru class in the following year.

Monday to Friday 09:00-14:00

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Silver Fern Class:ファーンクラス(年中)

Silver Fern Class:ファーンクラス(年中)

The silver fern, or ponga in Maori, is a species of fern endemic to New Zealand. It is the official symbol of New Zealand and ‘kiwi’ people. After a year of learning in the koru class children will be able to confidently open into ferns during new-cho level (4-5 year old age group) and continue growing physically, emotionally and academically.

Kowhai Class:コファイクラス(年長)

Kowhai Class:コファイクラス(年長)

The kowhai is one of the best-known native trees and unofficial national flower of New Zealand. It is best known for the brilliant yellow flowers that appear in the spring and stand out among forest greenery. Kowhai class members in the final year of preschool nen-cho (5-6 year old age group) will be vibrant learners just like the flowers of the kowhai tree.