Lighthouse is a private family centre that has been operating since 1980. Throughout that time, we have had the privilege to nurture hundreds of young children into confident and eager learners.
Lighthouse Preschool is a fun, energetic and loving place that has a strong focus on education. We are committed to the holistic development of our children and have created exceptional programs for the enrichment of their body AND minds. Our highly experienced, dedicated and loving teaching team takes every opportunity to expand on children's interests and this is complimented by our uniquely laid out, spacious indoor and outdoor settings.
We cater for children between 2 and 5 years of age. We open from 7:30 to 5:30 Mondays to Fridays and are closed for all statutory holidays. Phone: (09) 535 3095
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When Dorothy Ann, the class amateur astronomer, tells them she's seen an asteroid headed straight toward their school, Ms. Frizzle arranges a field trip into space to save the school from being destroyed. The class discovers all sorts of space junk, including comets and meteors, but can they cause the asteroid to change its orbit?
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