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Parents Centre New Zealand announce continued partnership

Published: Wed 29 Aug 2018 01:59 PM
Parents Centre New Zealand announce continued partnership with PORSE In-Home Childcare
Parents Centre New Zealand, the primary provider of antenatal and parent education in New Zealand, are excited to announce the continued partnership with PORSE In-Home Childcare.
PORSE are New Zealand’s largest and longest-serving home-based Early Childhood Education and Care provider. They believe in nurturing and educating children within secure, stimulating and positive in-home environments while fostering consistent, connected and supportive relationships between the children, their educators and parents.
“This is a longstanding partnership, we are working in a much more collaborative way that adds value to both our organisations, to our Centres and most importantly to our members.” says Taslim Parsons, Strategic Partnerships Manager.
Parents Centre are proud to be associated with an organisation who provides stimulating and positive in-home education environments along with supportive relationships between the children, their educators and parents.
The partnership with PORSE allows Parents Centre members access to low ratio in-home childcare at preferential rates and the extensive wealth of knowledge of PORSE educators contributing at hot topic and community events.
PORSE and Parents Centre share the same values and we look forward to continuing our successful partnership as together we support parents on their lifelong journey raising a family.
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