When: Thursday 9-12pm Where: Hataitai Community House Playroom
This is a community language group for speakers of Spanish. Provides the opportunity to celebrate the Spanish language and culture amongst the Spanish speaking families living in Wellington. All parents are involved in the group’s activities, which celebrate the different countries that our families come from. The activities involve music, food games, and storytelling. Parents are welcome to join anytime and can contact the President for more information.
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Hataitai Community Playgroup
When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9-12pm (during term time) Where: Hataitai Community House Playroom
Hataitai Community Playgroup is a MOE accredited playgroup that has been running for over 20 years in Hataitai. The playgroup is for all children from 0-5 and has a dedicated coordinator that organises activities for children of all ages.
When: Monday- Friday 8.30-2.30pm (during school term)
At Matairangi Kindergarten in Hataitai we focus on providing education and care for children aged 18 months to three years. Our approach is one of free-play learning; children choose from a variety of experiences and activities, including music, paints, water, messy play, collage, sand, and many more.
Plunket provides well child and family and whānau health support services.
We offer you information, support and developmental assessments of your child at varying stages between birth and 5 years.
Plunket visits are an integral part of our service to New Zealand families. Part of our care includes home visits for babies in the early weeks, and then clinic or further home visits for children up to 5 years old.
Call: Mette (Plunket nurse) 04 386 2613
Sakura Japanese Playgroup
When: Tuesday 9.30-1pm Where: Hataitai Community House Playroom
Sakura is a playgroup for children aged 0 to 5 who are pre-school children.
All session are done in Japanese, so they have the opportunity to learn Japanese and become familiar with Japanese culture.
Where: Hataitai Community House, 112 Waipapa Road, Hataitai, Wellington - Upstairs in the Community Room
Anyone concerned about someone else’s drinking is welcome to walk in and attend our meetings. Bookings or referrals are not required. Al-Anon Family Groups in New Zealand were established since 1954 and there are over 90 groups countrywide. Our program of recovery is adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous and is based upon The Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of Service. Al-Anon Family Groups are spiritually based. Al-Anon Family Groups are an anonymous fellowship, so what is said in a meeting is held in confidence and your anonymity is protected.