Childrens educational opportunities Early Impressions Learning Centre, preschool located in Botany, Dannemora. Preschool learning opportunities for your child.

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122 Stancombe Road
Botany, Auckland
Phone: 09 272 9070


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Unique quality features include:

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The Outdoors

  • A water feature offering endless opportunities to explore
  • Natural and designed features providing quiet or active areas of play and learning
  • Wide open space with changeable equipment inviting children to be active builders,
    while developing their skills
  • Large trees providing natural shade
  • Children are encouraged to reduce, reuse and recycle materials to assist in sustaining our world
  • Flower and vegetable gardens so the children can learn about plants and their care
  • A multi textured pathway surrounding a grassed area takes the children on a journey of discovery
  • Wilderness area encouraging and providing sensory experiences
  • The piazza (courtyard) is a central open space where children of different ages meet and play together
  • The ‘mud centre’ provides many stimulating sensory experiences

The Indoors

  • Rooms specially designed and resourced for each age group
  • 3 months - 18 months, 18 months to 3 years, 3 years to 5 years
  • Staffing ratios are better than Ministry of Education requirements
  • Large open rooms creating environments that are beautiful, inviting and stimulating
  • Each play area has a conservatory giving a sense of openness that allows natural light in and the opportunity to see the world outside
  • Specially designed art & project area allowing children to return as many times as they wish to complete work
  • Separate dining area for small groups of children to have their meals together and to encourage social and self-help skills
  • A rich variety of learning resources that are multi-sensory, open ended to encourage children's interest and investigation
  • Places where children can work together in small groups or in larger groups
  • A literacy rich environment  encourages children to engage in experiences that assist them in developing their literacy skills in preparation for the outside world