Join our Annabel's West Melton Preschool
Annabel’s West Melton ensures your child's development by focusing on their strengths in the present so they can succeed in the future. We take pride in the environment that we offer our children as it gives them limitless opportunities to develop into their full potential.
We believe in providing quality early childhood education to our children and their whanaus. Our teaching philosophies and commitments by the Annabel's team are what makes early learning at Annabel’s different from the rest.
Our Preschool Space:
West Melton is the most recent addition to the Annabel’s family, and we’re lucky enough to have a newly built preschool and nursery. Our children love the large outdoor areas that are beautifully landscaped with limestone rocks from nearby station. Our West Melton preschool utilises a wide range of natural materials in our indoor spaces that allow for smaller or larger learning groups. We cannot wait for our whanau garden to be built in our preschools backyard for the preschoolers and their families!
Why Our West Melton Preschool:
Our West Melton educational programme is based around inquiry and science learning projects that encourage children’s creativity and imagination. We have well thought and planned experiences that inspire perceptual development, both of which contribute to quality early childhood learning. One of the younger children’s favourite places is our spacious nursery, which includes areas that support the ability for them discover through free movement. Our low teacher ratio and quality teaching programme, which reflects individual learning and care needs, means that each child prospers at our preschool.
Our Close Community:
West Melton is a small and rural community, this enables us to have regular walks in the community. Some of our favourite activities include visiting the local parks and community gardens as well as the new subdivision which is ever changing. Being in the rural area, our preschool often gets visits from new friends, such as pet lambs and baby ducklings. Getting visits from the local animals often brings out the children’s care and compassionate side.