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Silverdale

Silverdale (originally name Weiti, after the river) got it's name in 1911, named after the silver poplar trees that dominated the area. We love teaching our kids little bits about their local area. Our mascot here at Tiny Voices Silverdale is the Poplar tree.

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2 Brian Smith Drive,
Silverdale

Chloe Stone

021 443 456 or (09) 947 5151

chloe@tinyvoices.co.nz

Silverdale (originally name Weiti, after the river) got it's name in 1911, named after the silver poplar trees that dominated the area. We love teaching our kids little bits about their local area. Our mascot here at Tiny Voices Silverdale is the Poplar tree.

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2 Brian Smith Drive, Silverdale

Chloe Stone
021 443 456 or (09) 947 5151
chloe@tinyvoices.co.nz

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Kia Ora,

My name is Chloe Stone, Centre Manager of Tiny Voices Silverdale. I have been working in ECE for the past 15 years, and managing various centres in Auckland for the past 7 years. I believe that the early years are the most important for setting our tamariki up for success and a love of life long learning. I strive for providing quality care and education and this was further cemented into my practice and leadership when I became a mother myself.

I live just out of Kaukapakapa on a farm with my partner and our 3 beautiful children. Bonnie my eldest attends Waitoki Primary School and our younger children Jay and Esme will be with us as part of the Tiny Voices Silverdale whanau.

I am really looking forward to working in the Silverdale community, bringing my passion and our vision to life and also an amazing team of teachers on board to learn alongside our tamariki and whanau and welcoming you all into our Tiny world.

Nga Mihi,
Chloe.