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Wellington Roadshow

Wellington Roadshow

Gareth Morgan is coming to town to talk to you about how The Opportunities Party's policies are going to help make Aotearoa New Zealand fair again.

Come along to find out how you, your kids and your community will be better off with TOP's policies.

The Talk will go for about half an hour. Following on from that we will have 30 minutes of Q & A, where you can voice opinions, concerns and all things in-between about The Opportunities Party to Gareth.

Mac's Function Centre, 4 Taranaki St Wharf, Wellington, Monday 26th June, 6pm 

When

June 26, 2017 at 6pm - 7:30pm

Where

Mac's Function Centre
4 Taranaki St
Wellington 6011
New Zealand
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Contact

Nick Tansley


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    • sjoerd koster
      rsvped +1 2017-06-26 17:38:10 +1200
    • Hugo van Stratum
      commented 2017-06-26 15:48:51 +1200
      Kia ora Gareth,
      I would have loved to come and discussed Early Childhood workloads. Remember Early Childhood teachers are expected to have 38 hours child contact per week. It gives them no time off the floor to arrange programs for the children. Every time teachers need to get something organised then they are having to leave children out of ratio and under supervised. Funding for little children is too low even with parents paying $260 a week that mounts up to $6 an hour hardly babysitting rates. Government puts in $12 an hours for 20 hours while children are at the centre for 10 hour a day 50 hours a week. Government is leaving Early Childcare to business people who have all the say and we end up with 100 children centres baby factories as the teachers call it and all because it’s cheaper in running expenses.
      What this means is Government needs to hold in check big companies to make sure their staffing is improved. The policy for parties needs to be more hands on with Government rules of ratios that are appallingly bad changed to improve care of children. 5 to one is not what works for little ones 1 to 10 for the older ones is too demanding on staff.
      View it like this one teacher putting a child to bed, one continuously changing nappies, one making a bottle and feeding it to a baby that leaves 19 little children to be looked after by two teachers at our work because our ratios are better than the state expectations. One will be out side and the other inside. If any child hurts themselves that takes one of the two teachers out off the floor.
      Hugo
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    • Jessica Allison-Batt
      commented 2017-06-18 14:00:32 +1200
      Looking forward to hearing more about sensible policies on taxation, housing and universal income.
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