Welcome to our Holiday Programme

At the First Korean Presbyterian Church and Community Trust Centre - 22 Edmonton Road, Henderson Auckland 0612. Our team is dedicated to providing a fun-filled positive programme where children are engaged and excited.

For children aged 5~13


8:40 am – 6:10 pm


Our holiday fees are all inclusive of trip and activity fees, and afternoon tea will be provided. Full time holiday programme is $190 per week for 47.5 hours. All fees are to be paid before the start of the programme. Children will not be accepted into the programme unless the full fee for all days booked is paid and/or we have received confirmation that you have applied for a subsidy form work and income.

Accepted at FKPCCT Centre, Open 9am - 6pm Mon - Fri

Make payable to First Korean Presbyterian Church and Community Trust or FKPCCT and mail to: 22 Edmonton Rd, Henderson

Online transfer
BNZ Bank 02-0272-0303099-000 Please note your name in the reference and your child’s name in the code.

Please ensure that your claim is made at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the programme. If you have any problems or queries please ring the office on 09 836 0191

Bookings will not be made until payment has been confirmed


Is finalised upon completion of an enrolment form signed by a parent or caregiver. It is crucial that we have up-to-date information and are able to contact you during programme hours if we need to so please inform staff of any relevant changes to your enrolment details. After enrolling if you wish to add additional days you must let us know at least one day in advance. Even then acceptance depends on booking numbers, staff ratios and planning supplies.

If your child is absent you will need to notify the office 836 0191 or txt 027 522 1158 before 9am and you will still be charged according to your enrolment.

Collecting Your Child
If a person whose name is not on your enrolment form, arrives to collect your child, we are obliged (for your child’s safety) to keep your child in our care until we have contacted you as parent or caregiver for consent. To save embarrassment for all concerned, we would appreciate prior notification form you ahead of time that you authorise another person to collect your child.

Late Fee
Please remember that the programme closes at 6.10pm. If a child is not picked up by 6.15pm a late fee will apply.

We will provide afternoon tea for your child(ren) however, please ensure they have enough packed food of a decent manner for morning tea and lunch. We request that you don’t send your child with lollies/food to share as we have children with allergies and it can also cause other problems.

Children may be dropped off no earlier than 8:40am. Every day we have morning tea break at around 10:30am, we then usually start our main activities of the day. Lunch is around 12:30pm followed by more main activities and then afternoon tea at about 3:30pm. All children must be collected by 6:10pm.

Trip Days
On trip days we require your child to be at the programme no later than 9:30am, this is to allow us to get the children ready for their trip. We also require covered shoes with socks on trip days. If there is any other particular needs for that day we will inform you prior.

We don’t allow children to bring toys or electronics to the programme as we can’t be responsible for theft or damage. However if you must send your child with a mobile phone it is to be handed into staff at the beginning of the day in a named plastic bag.

Health and Safety
Our programme is planned to ensure all children in our care are safe and protected. Our programme has been planned to ensure a high standard of trained supervision for your children.

Please do not bring sick children to the Holiday Programme as we do not have the facilities to care for them for an extended period of time furthermore their illness may affect other children and/or activities. If a child becomes ill during programme hours, parents will be called and asked to collect them.

Behaviour Management
We use behaviour management techniques that encourage positive response from the children in our care. It is our goal to ensure that children and families experience an environment where they are safe, secure, respected and their dignity is protected.
If your child is having any problem in adjusting to the programme – please let us know – either by phone or when delivering your child to the programme on a subsequent day. We will manage all information confidentially but lead staff will be informed of any issue so they can address and monitor your child to ensure no further issues or problems arise.
Every effort will be made to help your child settle into the programme. However, if in the unlikely event – a child’s behaviour presents as harmful or disturbing to other children or compromises the safety of themselves or others, we are obliged to remove them from the programme. This will not be done, before there is opportunity for the Programme Co-ordinator to consult with family.

Our staff are trained to deal with emergencies. Qualified First Aiders are on-site at all times. In the case of a serious accident involving your child, the staff will contact you and take your child to the nearest medical facility. In a civil emergency the staff will remain at the centre until all children are collected.

After School Care
We also operate After School Care Programme during term times. Places are limited.

The programme had a complaints procedure. If you have any problems please approach the programme supervisor or if you prefer contact the office 09 836 0191.

For more information on either programme please contact
kpcanz@kpcanz.com / 09 836 0191 / 027 522 1158