Welcome to Northland Community Preschool

Our qualified teachers will care for your children as they play, learn and grow.
We welcome children from 18 months to 5 years old and offer flexible sessions. 

We currently have a small number of vacancies, and we also welcome children/families to join our wait list. Please contact the teaching team on (04) 475 8062 or email office@ncpreschool.co.nz to arrange a visit and find out more.

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An online enrolment form is available on our Contact Us page.
We look forward to meeting you.

Used clothing and toy sale

Are you in the market for some good quality used kids' clothing or toys? Pop in to Northland Community Preschool (137 Mairangi Rd) on Saturday September 10 from 12-3pm for our used clothing and toys fundraiser - the proceeds will go towards upgrading the staff room for our hard working Kaiako.

Spread the word to your friends and whānau, and come along on the day for some great bargains!

Treasure Chest and storage shed update

Our vision for a new, more easily accessible storage shed and a Treasure Chest full of fascinating items has come to fruition, thanks to generous support from the Southcombe family and the wider Northland Community Preschool community. 

Fundraising to build the new storage facility began in earnest in 2018. An additional Treasure Chest, based on the ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ concept, has also been built into the adjoining wall. 

Fundraising events included establishing a Give A Little page, bake sales at local events, and a movie night. The big event was a Silent Auction in May 2019 which raised nearly $5000.  
We were also fortunate to receive a one-off donation of $7100 from an NCP family.

In late 2020 we had accumulated the funds needed and were fortunate to find a builder keen to take on the project for us. Building work was completed during term 4 2020. In 2021, we invited our NCP whānau to contribute items of intrigue for inclusion in the Treasure wall, which was donated and built by the Southcombe family. 

The treasures are encased behind perspex, and provide moments for conversation, wonder and curiosity from our tamariki as they notice and discover different objects.