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Helping to Shape Society

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.

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Transforming Everyday Moments into Intentional Teaching Opportunities

Tiny Nation educator, Angela Tiffen, has a passion for planning, a dedication to delivering the Te Whāriki ECE curriculum, and a focus on professional development.

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Sparking imaginations naturally in a home-based environment

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.

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Home truths – why home-based services are growing in popularity with early childhood teachers

Growing concern around increasingly difficult working conditions for early childhood teachers has become a big reason for qualified teachers making the move from teaching in centre-based services to setting up their own home-based services.

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A Fulfilling Teaching Opportunity and Career Move

Tiny Nation educator Kylie McLean explains why home-based education is a long-term career path with greater independence for qualified teachers.

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Tiny Nation News – February 2021

As we kick into gear in 2021, we find ourselves once again facing the unknowns of this tricky COVID-19 virus, starting last week off with a move up in alert levels and a change to the return to normality that we’ve all become rather used to!

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Food and Nutrition Guideline in ECE Services – Tiny Nation speaks to Hawkes Bay Today.

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.

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Tiny Nation News – December 2020

As the festive season approaches, it’s natural to start to reflect on the year that’s been, and it’s been a BIG year of firsts for the team at Tiny Nation!

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Tiny Nation News – November 2020

While it has been a rollercoaster of ups and downs, 2020 has reinforced for us at Tiny Nation just what we’re all about and WHY we started. We’re about creating ‘pockets’ (or bubbles!) of quality care and education in safe, natural and familiar home environments.

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