Mums, dads, and all whānau including grandparents, aunties and uncles, and other caregivers are welcome to attend Playcentre with the children.
This means our children develop supportive relationships with a range of adults, and it also adds to the rich array of experiences available as different adults bring new things to the play table.
Playcentre was established in 1941 to support mothers. It goes without saying that parenting styles have changed a lot over the past 80 years.
Today, fathers often attend Playcentre and make up a significant portion of volunteers.