How to contribute

How to contribute to 'The Space Magazine'. It's easy, fun and fast!

Contribute a programme of interest

We are really keen to expose our readers to the huge diversity of services for children in Aotearoa and around the world. Readers should feel welcome to contribute a programme of interest about their early childhood service. Please send your programme of interest with word count of 500 – 800 words and lots of high quality pictures (jpg files) to .

Contribute a personal profile to The Space

We also want to celebrate our readership by publishing individual profiles in The Space magazine. If you would like us to publish your profile all you need to do is email answers to the questions below along with a photo of yourself (high quality jpeg image).

The Space reader profile questions:

  • Name
  • I live and work in…
  • My earliest memory is…
  • My father always told me…
  • When I was a child I wanted to be…
  • My guiltiest pleasure is…
  • Three qualities that got me where I am today are…
  • The first album I bought was…
  • I relax by…
  • The highlights of my bucket list are…
  • One thing I am exceptionally good at is…
  • The superhero power I’d want to have is…
  • What do you enjoy most about The Space?
  • What would you like us to include in The Space for the future?
  • What is the most amazing thing you have learned from a child recently?
  • What is your hot tip for parent involvement and belonging?
  • What is your most useful tip for settling children?
  • What would you like to see happen in EC for the future?

Or you could contribute to The Space magazine by...

  • Sending us a letter to the editor. This can be an opinion regarding something we have published or just tell us what you have been getting up to in your centre.
  • Sending us pictures of your team, environment, special occasions, whanau, new babies etc. Pictures should be sent as jpg files or similar – i.e. not embedded in a word file.
  • Sending us a recipe for kai or play.
  • Sharing a song, poem or art activity.
  • Or just telling us what’s on your mind! We are always open to new ideas at Childspace and we welcome all contributions.
We welcome contributions to The Space magazine and encourage you all to drop us a line anytime at