At our Botany Junction centre, we have three separate rooms for our different age groups. 


Te Kohanga


At Treetops Early Learning Centres we believe in the importance of primary caregiving. We, therefore, all use this practice with all of our younger children. This means that your child will have an initial main caregiver introduced to them. This teacher will be there for you to build a strong trusting relationship with. They will be the person who looks after your child’s care moments, the teacher that knows your child best and keeps an extra special eye on them in your absence.

As your child develops a strong relationship with their primary caregiver, they will then begin to develop relationships with the other teachers in their room. This ensures that they are comfortable with all of our teachers in the room.

Learn more about our philosophy here.

Nga Tui



Toddlers have their own dedicated room. There are many opportunities to move and explore inside and outside in our creative play environments.

Learn more about our philosophy here.

Nga Kea

Young children

We place a high priority on developing independence and self-management skills as children move closer to starting school. Children are encouraged to problem solve and develop social relationships with peers and adults.

Learn more about our philosophy here.



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Free 4 Hour sessions for over 2's* plus

Free Sessions for Over Two Year Olds!

Choose from 8-12pm or 1-5pm

Includes morning tea for morning sessions and afternoon tea for afternoon sessions. Lunch available for morning sessions at a cost of $5 per day.

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Free 4 hour sessions for under 2's

Trip to Middlemore plus

Today we went to Middlemore Hospital to deliver the pyjamas, beanies and blankets which were collected by both Treetops Botany Junction and Treetops Botany Town Centre as part of jammies in June fundraiser. 

The donations were greatly appreciated by the team at Middlemore Foundation and this will allow them in helping the children keep warm, which will make it less likely for them to be admitted to hospital with preventable respiratory illnesses and rheumatic fever.

Your donation helps Middlemore Foundation get closer to their goal of 40,000 pairs of pyjamas to help change the odds in South Auckland.

Thanks to all our parents and whanau for supporting Jammies in June this year. We would love your support again in 2020.


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