1973 - Today
We strive to provide the best possible day care Auckland wide for every child and cater for their
educational, emotional, spiritual and health and safety needs.
Tinytown is operated by owners Paul and Rosemary Wilson. Both have extensive expertise in Early Childhood Education which they have developed by being totally involved in the day to day operation of Tinytown since 1973. Paul has sat on various New Zealand Early Childhood executive committees and Rosemary has been involved continuously in early childhood staff training and quality management.
Relationships give a community the strength, support and care to provide the best environment for everyone. One of our greatest assets is our link to parents. We provide qualified ECE teachers who speak a variety of languages in order to converse with parents from a wide range of cultural backgrounds.
Opportunities for parents
Parents are always welcome in our child care centres Auckland wide and you will be invited to join us in excursions away from the centre and special days, you may even like to contribute to projects and other activities.
Community Notice Board
Each room has a community notice board to keep you updated on what's happening in your childs classroom
we also do regular newsletters to inform you on up coming special events Click here to signup
I would like to mention some great points, all of which I am so grateful for and lucky to have had for my children. All the staff are a true asset to Tinytown providing the relationships that have created a fun learning place and an emotionally supportive environment in all rooms. The teachers have shown a genuine interest and care of my children from 3 months old and still today five years later. The feedback from my comments were always taken very seriously, and carried through promptly and professionally. The support for me as a mother has been priceless. I also liked the daily diary of what the children did, the report books and newsletters. The staff were always available and approachable. School preparation for Darcy was fantastic. This made the transition fun and enjoyable for him as well as easy for me. I could go on but had better end here for now! I frequently make recommendations for Tinytown (Pakuranga) and always have good words to say. I would be happy to be a referee and also happy to give "positive-comments" at any time.
Mt. Wellington Mum
Please accept this letter as acknowledgement of appreciation; the care both you and your staff provided for my son allowed me to have peace of mind knowing that he was being nurtured in a loving and trusting environment. The cuddles he received from the teachers were signs of affection and showed me that these people play a big role in Tinytown functioning. Once again, many thanks.
I wanted to take this time to thank you for your wonderful centre and the staff at Tinytown. My youngest daughter will be leaving soon as she journeys to ‘Big School’. My son who is now 11 started with Tinytown in 2008 he went to the Mt Wellington Branch and when we moved my girls came to the Pakuranga Branch. My children loved every moment with your centre and it is an exciting journey now with the last one off to school but at the same time a sad one as it means it is the end of our journey with Tinytown. I’ve loved every moment with Tinytown and my children love all the teachers at the centre. I want to say that I am very grateful for everything. Your staff work really hard to keep the centres up to standard and they really do love the children. I want to wish you all the best, thank you for everything you and the staff have done for us over the last 7 years.
Sadly we are moving out of the area but want to let you know how much we appreciate everything you have done for my boys and how thankful I am for that. It is so sad to leave such a great centre. Thank you so much, teachers and staff, for all your kindness and love you have given my boys, it means so much to them and me. I know for sure they will miss you all and your friendly smiles everyday and their lovely friends and classmates in your centre. "ofa lahi atu"