Waikato-based Tiny Nation nanny, Georgia Prendergaast, was looking for a career with purpose, a role that would make a difference to others and society. She has found that purpose in nannying, where she creates connections, inspires passion and helps shape strong, confident and empathetic young citizens.
Tiny Nation educator Janene, regularly assesses her programme to ensure that she offers relevant learning experiences and is up to date with different educational theories. Lately, she has completely changed her resource focus. Janene has made an informed decision to turn away from plastic to focus on more natural objects and their potential for creativity and learning.
Tiny Nation Founding Director, Erin Maloney, speaks to Hawkes Bay Today about the food and nutrition advice given to ECE services nationwide. Erin says “Educators will be taking a common-sense approach” and working from an education and support point of view in partnership with families, empowering right decisions not policing.
Okay, so Matariki (the Māori New Year) was a few weeks back and we’re a bit late off the mark with this one. However, one thing that Matariki brings is a sense of reflection and it can take some time to think about everything that a special event like Matariki signifies. The idea of a …