Welcome to Tree Town Early Childhood Centre and Preschool

Tree Town Early Childhood Centre and Preschool is situated in central Cambridge. We provide education and care for children aged three months to five years. We have separate areas for our infants and toddlers and a separate building for our preschoolers.

We offer small group sizes throughout the three areas of the Centre and Maori language resources and equipment are well integrated into all areas of the Centre. sandpit treetown preschool

  1. Our Infants Area provides ‘Primary Caregiving’ which enables the infants to form strong and trusting bonds with our teachers.
  2. Our Toddlers Area teachers give careful attention to promoting verbal and non-verbal communication and encouraging our children’s skill in co-operative play with and alongside others.
  3. Our Young Children  Area supporting and encouraging them as they become aware of their strengths and gain confidence in their own abilities.
  4. In Our Preschools Area, literacy and mathematics are integrated naturally into routines, play, and the learning environment.

Tree Town is passionate about providing quality care and education for young children.

In all areas of the centre, our environments are well planned and allow for easy indoor/outdoor flow with integration of all play areas where our children mix well together. The majority of our staff are fully qualified or in-training, and the remainder undertake regular professional development in areas of early childhood development.

Browse our website to discover our educational philosophy in action or read the very positive endorsements from the Education Review Office. | Early Childhood Centre Report | Preschool Report |

If you have any further queries or would just like to have a chat about your needs and your child’s needs, please do not hesitate to Contact Us

“To Grow up as competent and confident learners and communicators, healthy in mind, body, and spirit, secure in their sense of belonging, and in the knowledge that they make a valued contribution to society.” Te Whaariki-the National Curriculum