At Nurtured at Home children are our first priority.

We offer children and families high quality learning environments in a safe and nurturing home. We recognise that children learn best through play, and empower each child to explore and participate at their own pace.

Our in-home Educators are supported by qualified, experienced Early Childhood Teachers to ensure that learning experiences challenge children's skills, knowledge and interests, and these opportunities are not limited by gender, ethnicity, culture, ability or background.

We actively seek opportunities to form responsive and reciprocal relationships with children, families and whānau. We embrace families and the wider community as a whole celebrating their diversity and all they contribute to our learning rich environment.

Growing Young Minds

Providing a quality programme for children is a partnership between you, your Educator and Nurtured at Home. Our fully qualified and registered Visiting Teachers are there to work alongside you and your Educator to ensure that your aspirations for your child are achieved. To work in partnership, we are in regular contact with you via your child’s journal, portfolios, and regular visits to your Educator’s home. We also offer an extensive toy library, free learning resources, as well as weekly play and music groups to supplement the programme offered in the Educators home.

Educators are supported by qualified, registered, and experienced Early Childhood Education teachers to ensure that learning experiences and opportunities provoke and challenge children’s skills, knowledge and interests and that an individualised learning programme is provided for each child.


Building reciprocal relationships and a sense of belonging is vital to ensure quality outcomes for you and your child. Our qualified, registered and experienced Visiting Teachers regularly visit your child in your Educator’s home and at our various groups. Visiting Teachers are in regular contact with you and will work alongside you and your Educator to support your child to reach their full potential.

Whanaungatanga - relationship, kinship, sense of family connection - a relationship through shared experiences and working together which provides people with a sense of belonging. It develops as a result of kinship rights and obligations, which also serve to strengthen each member of the kin group.

Language, Culture, Identity

At Nurtured at Home® children are our first priority and we are committed to providing quality care and education in a nurturing home environment.

Authentically woven throughout care and education, language, culture and identity is recognised and celebrated to ensure each child experiences a sense of belonging, safe in the knowledge that their own ways of knowing, ways of doing and ways of being are celebrated.