By Arwen Hann
Almost everyone has an internet connection these days whether it be at your centre, or a personal connection at home. With billions of pages and more being added every day, the internet can be a great source of inspiration and ideas for activities to do with children or for improving your centre. It can also be a great way to communicate with staff and within teaching teams and to promote your service to parents and let families and wider whanau know what is happening.
Here are five ways you can use the internet to help with future planning, sharing information, and promoting your service.
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