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CHILDREN’S SERVICES AT THE Y
YMCA Central Children’s Services are a place where children can learn, grow and thrive. Our staff design and deliver high-quality recreation based programmes, where the aim is to meet the needs of children in their out of school hours in a fun, safe learning environment. Each child is a different, unique person. While they have commonalities, their uniqueness should be embraced and fostered.
Our programmes are delivered across 15 sites around the Lower North Island, providing care for more than 3,000 children each year.
We consider ourselves a child-safe organisation. Ensuring a safe environment for children and young people is our highest priority. YMCA Central goes above the legislative requirements for best practice processes to keep children and young people safe, and we value and respect parents as partners in the care and education of their children.
Our four values at the Y are Caring, Respect, Honesty, and Responsibility. They are the foundation of building strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. They are how we make a difference.
For eligible families enrolled in our MSD approved programmes, WINZ subsidies can assist with reducing the costs of our services for those families that qualify.
For further information on our Children’s Services at YMCA Central, please refer to the links on the left of your screen.
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If you are already a Y member or would like to sign up for after school care, holiday programmes or kids camps please click on the link below
LEARN, GROW AND THRIVE AT THE Y
When school is out, the Y is in! The Y offers a range of recreational based kids programming available throughout the year. Our programmes create fun, safe, fun-filled environments for kids to grow in body mind and spirit. Our values of caring, respect, honesty and responsibility are paramount to the delivery of our programmes.
FEEDBACK & COMPLAINTS
Y-Central is fully committed to listening and responding to all customers, staff and public concerns, questions or comments about our organisation. Our priority is to have an open and accountable organisational culture that understands the needs of children, their whanau, and our community. We welcome your feedback.