"Our young fellow started with kids on 19 four months ago. In the time he has been at the “school as he calls it” he has become a totally different child. He was previously in home based care and was experiencing some severe issues within himself – to the extent that the Paediatricians were in the process of testing him for learning and behavioural disabilities such as Autism. Within 2 weeks of attending kids on 19 he had turned a corner, he stopped his erratic screaming fits & violent behaviours, he started eating, sleeping and most of all was happy in himself – not to mention his personal growth. We now have the pleasure of hearing him sing, laugh and have real conversations. One thing I do like about the centre is that the children can be just that ‘children’. They are granted autonomy along with structure and routine meaning our little one can enjoy his infancy, when we were looking for care it was apparent to us that a lot of the centres felt institutionalised and had rigid regimes. I would highly recommend the centre to anyone who was looking for care. A big thank you to the team at Kids on 19 for doing all that you do to grow happy children. Our family is very grateful."
– Felicity Salter
"Our 4 year old is the 3rd child of 4 and at times in the past has had some bullying issues at previous centres, over time she became a very dependent introvert.
Making the move to Kids on Nineteen was the best decision my husband and I have made in helping our daughter develop social skills, meet new children and develop strong friendships with her peers. The staff have helped our daughter be more independent and have helped her come out of her shell so much that even friends and family members have noticed the amazing change! Kids on Nineteen have made life easier for our little girl who is now so much happier! they definitely live up to their vision of 'happy teachers, happy children, happy parents'. No price can be put on such a special service provided by Kids on Nineteen and we are so grateful and thankful to all the staff for their continuous help and support."
– Lua Silipa