The Ministry of Education provides funding to The Nanny Company, and in return The Nanny Company delivers an education programme to children. The Ministry of Education have a number of websites that provide information relevant to parents.
Their main website is education.govt.nz - this provides general information for the entire education sector - from Early Childhood to Tertiary. The site specifically for Early Childhood is http://parents.education.govt.nz/early-learning.
Work and Income provide and administer subsidies. The Nanny Company is registered with Work and Income to allow you to use your Childcare subsidy to help pay your childcare bill.
Information about eligibility, amounts and conditions can be found on their website at http://www.workandincome.govt.nz/individuals/a-z-benefits/childcare-subsidy.html
The Nanny Company is a licensed service with The Ministry of Education and receives funding for the services it provides. In return The Ministry of Education require the Education Review Office (ERO) to undertake regular reviews of The Nanny Company to ensure that we are meeting their stringent requirements.
The New Zealand HomeBase Childcare Association supports the provision of professional care and education for children in home-based settings and represents member's interest through advocacy on relevant social, educational and political issues.
The Christchurch Multiple Birth Club was established over 25 years ago and is made up of families who are experiencing what it is like to have twins, triplets or more. The Club is run by a committee which volunteers its time to provide support, education and friendship to other members to help them cope with unique situations that arise when you have more than one baby at a time.
The Wellington Multiple Birth Club will provide families support, education and friendship as they enjoy the joys and challenges of raising multiples.