High standard of quality
Our Teachers and Educators pride themselves on the quality of care and education each child receives.
We do not limit ourselves to one teaching method or philosophy because we understand that your child is unique. We believe that each child has their own learning style and personality.
Kids at Home’s Visiting Teachers are fully qualified and certificated ECE Teachers with a current teaching certificate from the Teaching Council; our handpicked Teachers have many years of experience and expertise between them.
Kids at Home’s Visiting Teachers support our Educators with regular visits and planning for tamariki’s education and development.
Our vision, our essence of being, at Kids at Home is to ensure that all tamariki are fully prepared and confident to deal with the challenges that lie ahead on the adventure of life.
We will do this through ensuring that every team member is emotionally invested in the well being of the tamariki, their families, their Educators and their community. Our passion will be the catalyst that motivates everyone to flourish.
Edubase is the Parent company supporting our Kids at Home Brand
Edubase is a Home Based Early Childhood Education service that is committed to providing nurturing learning environments where tamariki thrive as individuals through an authentic play-based, natural learning education and care programme, in a home setting.
To enrich the learning of each tamariki we form strong community connections, developing links within the home and the learning environments of our Kaiako. Tamariki learn respect for people, places and things, shaping Aotearoa and developing an appreciation of New Zealand’s dual heritage. We continually strive to develop knowledge and an understanding of the cultural heritages of both partners to Te Tiriti o Waitangi – supporting a holistic approach to learning which is guided by our NZ Early Childhood Curriculum, Te Whāriki.
Educators and Nannies offer comfortable, small group sizes, fostering respectful and reciprocal relationships, promoting tikanga Māori within their practice.
As an Organisation, we pride ourselves on cultivating strong, professional relationships, strengthening capability in all our people to continue growing as lifelong learners.
Edubase celebrates the diversity and uniqueness of each tamaiti, whanau and Kaiako and the gifts they bring. They are taonga, a treasure or gift. All things cultural are affirmed and celebrated, aiming to support children in gaining a positive awareness of their own and other cultures.
Tiaki nga tamariki – take care of the children
Kids at Home and ERO
The Education Review Office is the public service department of New Zealand charged with reviewing and publicly reporting on the quality of education and care of students in all New Zealand schools and early childhood services. Kids at Home are reviewed periodically through this channel.