Childcare services in New Zealand
In New Zealand we have 5,266 Childcare services
The average cost is $6.07 hourly, $60.66 daily (10 hours)
The average Education Review Office Rating (ERO) is Requires further development/Me whakawhanake ake.
Child Care Articles & Tips
An overview of the different child care services available to families, including centre based care and in-home care options, and how families can access them.
Everything you need to know about long day care centres, including what they do, how much they cost, how to spot a good one and how to get a spot
A printable Child Care Centre Checklist which makes it quicker and easier for families to choose the right child care service for their kids.
There are many great reasons for your child to attend an early childhood education service (ECE), but the big question is – which ECE service is the right fit for your family?
To help your little one get off to a great start, here are some ways to prepare them for life at an early childhood education service and support them during the settling-in period.
Stress free strategies for quickly and effectively managing issues with your child care service using openness, positive communication and a problem solving approach.
There are many early childhood education services and kōhanga reo available to families, and how they’re run depends on whether they’re teacher-led, parent-led or whānau-led (family-led). Here we look at what these distinctions mean in practice and see how quality is assured whether teachers, parents or whānau are leading the learning.
Visiting child care centres offers valuable insights and opportunities to ask questions, which makes it easier to decide which service is right for your family.
9 ways to identify a high-quality early education service and how to choose the best service for your child and family.
ECE services and kōhanga reo build a strong foundation for your child's future success and arm your child with the skills, knowledge and confidence to help them become lifelong learners.