Ruahine Kindergartens

Welcome to Cloverlea Kindergarten

Welcome to Cloverlea Kindergarten, a friendly learning environment where every child is extended and supported in achieving their learning potential.

Our programme encompasses Te Reo and Tikanga Māori and celebrates all cultures. Concepts of literacy, numeracy, creativity, technology and active movement are incorporated into planned and spontaneous activities, creating meaningful learning experiences for the children. A well equipped and inviting outdoor environment inspires young minds and get bodies moving.

We enjoy establishing links with the wider community including Cloverlea School. Our families establish new friendships through kindergarten gatherings, social events and involvement in kindergarten life. We look forward to meeting you and supporting your child's foundation of lifelong learning.

Session Times

Monday – Friday
8.30am – 2.30pm

We currently have spaces in our beautiful kindergarten, so get in touch, we would love to hear from you.

Contact Us

59 Herbert Avenue
Palmerston North

Phone: 06 354 8671

Click here to Enrol


What Our Whānau Say

"My daughter loves kindy, it is the only place she has large group social interactions. The variety of play and chances for language development is invaluable.

"As a stay-at-home mum it is a chance for my child to venture out ‘on his own’ away from me, gain some independence, experience new things, meet new people, learn lots through play!"

"The children have learned a lot. Very impressed with all the hard work the teachers do,  my children love kindy and all the teachers."

Cloverlea Kindergarten News

Kind Hearts at Cloverlea
Kind Hearts at Cloverlea

  Cloverlea Kindergarten recently got behind the Kind Hearts Movement by organising some baking for the Children’s Ward at Palmerston North Hospital.   Over two-dozen homemade banana muffins were made and helped showcase how a little manaakitanga goes a long way.

Music and movement
Music and movement

Cloverlea Kindergarten's strong interest in music and movement has recently been facilitated by five visits from Dean McKerras of Dean McKerras School during the term. Dean's sessions have been looked forward to with anticipation and the children participated with much delight and enthusiasm.