About Us

Imagination Station’s mission is to build creative, lifelong learners.
We do this by providing an environment aligning with our 4 key values: Creativity, Engagement, Accessibility, and Exploration.

Creativity: Creative play is essential to developing creative minds – which result in the critical skills of innovation and empathy being developed.
Engagement: Developing any skill requires time and practice. We use LEGO bricks as a trusted tool to encourage people of all ages to engage with both their own imaginations, and the world around them.
Accessibility: We’re passionate about ensuring that our space that is accessible to everyone in the community, empowering community to break down social barriers, leading to a more well-rounded community.
Exploration: By providing opportunity for enjoyable education, we encourage people to be explorative learners and thinkers, a necessary part of developing a creative community.

 

What is Imagination Station?

Imagination Station’s mission is to build creative, lifelong learners. We do this by providing an environment aligning with our 4 key values: Creativity, Engagement, Accessibility, and Exploration. Creativity: Creative play is essential to developing creative minds – which result in the critical skills of innovation and empathy being developed. Engagement: Developing any skill requires time and practice. … Continue reading What is Imagination Station?

Where are We?

If you have never been to Imagination Station before, you might find it difficult to find us. We are inside Cathedral Junction, which is the pedestrian area where the tram runs under cover between Gloucester and Worcester Streets. You can enter on foot from either Gloucester or Worcester Street, and the tram stops almost right … Continue reading Where are We?

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Our Staff

ANNA ROSS: OPERATIONS MANAGER Anna has a background in science, design and classroom teaching, so finds working at Imagination Station to be an excellent way to bring all her skills together in a job that requires the best parts of each with all the boring bits removed. She particularly enjoys having twelve Lego Mindstorms kits to experiment with … Continue reading Our Staff

Press

A Special Place by Andrew – Robotics and LEGO enthusiast who comes to our after school classes. Today you will be reading about a special place in the city the Imagination Station. It is a fun place, a good place to meet friends and have great courses Firstly the Imagination Station is really fun because of all … Continue reading Press

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Support

Imagination Station requires continual support in order to keep us going and offering our great creative play space for the Christchurch community. If you’d like to support us, there are many ways you can do so. Here are a few ideas: Share your money: You can give via cash or eftpos at Imagination Station or via … Continue reading Support