Te Wiki o te reo Maori 9-13 Mahuru 2019. This week kaiako and tamariki at Pascals Albany are immersed in a full week of te reo learning experiences, as part of New Zealand’s annual Maori Language Week.
Richly resourced and filled with awe-inspiring spaces, Pascals Albany is a home away from home for local under 5s. We are a place where little ones feel safe, loved and empowered to learn. Where imaginations run free, and children tap into their own unique potential. Our experienced and dedicated teachers will give your child the support and encouragement they need to thrive, building their confidence and setting them up with a lifelong love of learning.
Plant the seeds for a bright and happy future. Enrol your child today at Pascals Albany.
Monday to Friday: 7:00 am – 5:30 pm
Closed Saturday, Sunday & public holidays
Ages Catered For:
3 months – 5 years
Gold Healthy Heart Award
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Pascals Albany is a fun, engaging centre that provides top preschool education, readying each child for their start at school. Both of my children have attended the centre since they were 9 months old. My daughter is about to turn 5 and whilst she is excited to start school, she is very sad to be leaving her preschool family. The people, activities, learnings and general environment are amazing. I strongly believe my children have gained much more from being at Pascals Albany and have grown to be confident, capable children. When I go to pick my daughter up she tells me I’m too early and she wants to stay. Even my son who is now at school enjoys returning and engaging with the teachers that he had when he was there. The teachers give their all and ensure each child is treated as an individual – it really does feel like a big extended family.
Our daughter has thrived so much in so many ways since joining Pascals Albany a year ago. She enjoys Play Ball, the in-centre dance class every Friday, Koru Club and the many educational excursions her classrooms have been on. She comes home every day with such animated stories about the new things she has learned. We have seen astounding progress in all areas of her development.