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A home away from home: why we chose home-based care

As a working mum, when I first considered by return to work and looked at early childhood care and education providers for my children, there were some key questions that I wanted to have answered. Funnily enough, those questions didn’t revolve around the facilities or size of a service provider. They didn’t revolve around the …

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Early learning action plan interview with 95b FM

He Taonga te Tamaiti with Erin Maloney from Tiny Nation; December 10, 2019 We were joined by Erin Maloney of Tiny Nation to discuss the release of He taonga te Tamaiti: Every child a taonga: The Early Learning Action Plan 2019-2029, a foundational plan from the Coalition government to create long-lasting changes to early learning. A big thank you to …

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Early learning action plan gets backing from new provider

New home-based early learning provider, Tiny Nation, welcomes today’s release of He taonga te tamaiti – every child a taonga: early learning action plan 2019-2029. The action plan outlines 25 actions intended to raise quality, improve equity and enable parents to have greater choice when considering early learning for their children. Today’s launch of the …

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Tiny Nation set to shake up early childhood education sector

A new early childhood education company has launched in Hawke’s Bay. Tiny Nation is a home-based education and care provider with a vision to shake up the sector by delivering a model based on innovative and high quality care and education. Tiny Nation was founded by parents who are passionate about giving New Zealand pre-schoolers …

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