Coatesville, New Zealand
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Coatesville is an affluent, rural community situated approximately 30 km north-west of Auckland. Albany lies to the east, Paremoremo to the south, Riverhead to the south-west, and Dairy Flat to the north.
Coatesville School is a coeducational contributing primary (years 1-6) school with a decile rating of 10 and a roll of 287. A school was first established in the area in 1916, but it closed in 1920. A new school opened in 1923.
Coatesville Playcentre started in Coatesville Hall in the 1970s before moving into a purpose built centre next to the school in the 1980s. Playcentre offers parent-led early childhood education for children aged 0–5 years.
Coatesville Learning Centre opened in 2012 catering for 1-5 year old children.
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