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Marsden Preschool Marsden Preschool, for boys and girls from 3½ years, provides the very best start to education for your child in a warm and caring environment. It is a sunny, spacious indoor and outdoor play and learning space, located within the Marsden School campus. Opening hours are 8.15am – 3.30pm and children can attend for 3, 4 or 5 days a week. Use your 20 hours ECE

subsidy at Marsden Preschool – session rates are competitive. Marsden Preschool’s trained staff provide a varied programme to challenge and inspire a love of learning. They take a maximum of 20 children, so individual needs are well catered for. Visit any time and apply to reserve your child a space. marsden.school.nz/preschool • (04) 476 8707.

St Mark’s Preschool St Mark’s Preschool provides a warm and caring environment for children aged 2 to 5 to set out on the first part of their learning journey. St Mark’s Preschool provides a high quality, inquiry based learning programme, from 8am to 5:30pm each day, 48 weeks of the year. We recognise that children are unique and we ensure that the pace of the pro-

gramme suits individual learning needs. As well as a range of practical activities each day, children at St Mark’s Preschool enjoy Music, Spanish, and PE including Kelly Sports and Rugbytots, each week. As children become ready, our literacy and numeracy programme helps build their skills and ensures their readiness for the transition to school.

Queen Margaret Pre-School Queen Margaret Pre-School is Wellington’s leading co-educational inner city early childhood centre for children aged 3 and 4. We offer 20 hours free from the ECE subsidy, excellent teacher to child ratios, specialist classes and extended hours from 7.30am – 5.30pm in a purpose built centre.

Shaped by the belief that young children are capable learners, our ECE programme emphasises early literacy and numeracy skills in a stimulating and nurturing environment. At Queen Margaret Pre-School, you can expect to give your child the very best start to their education.

Premier Preschool Our aim is to provide a warm, family-friendly enviroment that fosters participation and collaboration between our parents and whanau and the wider community.

Ballet dancing ‘En Pointe’

Marsden Preschool For girls and boys aged 3 1/2 to 5 years • Three, four and five day options • Use your 20 hours ECE subsidy here • Competitive rates

Open: 8.30am–3.30pm Age Group: 3–5 years Open over the school term 20 Hours ECE available

Premier Preschool Johnsonville Call: 04 939 8247

Marsden Preschool, Karori, Wellington . 04 476 8707 . marsden.school.nz

UEEN MARGARET PRE-SCHOOL A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES

OPEN DAYS

Friday 19 May 9am – 2.30pm Sunday 21 May 1.30pm – 3.30pm

www.qmc.school.nz

We see preschool education as part of the whole sphere of learning and strive to enable children to experience a seamless and confident transition on to school.

Email: premierpreschool@hotmail.com Location: Onsite Johnsonville School,

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En Pointe Dance Academy aims to foster a culture of respect ensuring a positive experience for both the teacher and the students. They do this by promoting a sense of belonging, open and honest communication, constructive feedback, and recognising the value each student brings to, not just their class, but the Academy as a whole. “All our teachers are RAD (Royal Academy of Dance) registered and provide a nurturing and supportive learning environment, empowering and guiding students both young and old to learn to the best of their ability”, Academy Principal Cindy Gordon said. “En Pointe is a modern and forward looking academy where the traditions of the past meet the needs of today, with the aim being to capture the instinctive joy of movement and freedom of expression that everyone possess.” With classes for 3-year-olds through to adults, and three purpose built ballet studios, En Pointe Dance Academy offers something for everyone. www.enpointe.co.nz

Independent Herald 10-05-17  

Independent Herald 10-05-17

Independent Herald 10-05-17  

Independent Herald 10-05-17