Dream Education Programme


For your Tamariki

As part of the Dream Education Programme, your child's individual learning and development will be recognized and nurtured. You and your Visiting Teacher will work together to encourage the children in your care to learn through play and reach their full potential.


Dream Nanny Jobs provide 

  • Personal support from a qualified Visiting Teacher
  • Access to playgroups, outings, nature play and more
  • Regular social events
  • Professional development opportunities.


Become a Dream Nanny

  • Most of our Nanny Jobs require you to have a Level 4 Early Childhood Education (ECE) Qualification.
    • Until the end of 2024 the ECE Qualification is free. Please call us today to find out more.
  • To find out more about becoming a Dream Nanny check out the benefits. 

Meet our Visiting Teachers


Our Online Portfolio

Joining as a Dream Nanny means becoming an integral part of the Dream Education Programme. Through Educa, a secure app available on both iPhone and Android devices, our families can easily track the learning journey of their children in your care.

The app contains a portfolio of your tamariki’s monthly learning stories and detailed reports, shared by you and your Visiting Teacher. Furthermore, everything shared on Educa, from photos to videos and stories, can be effortlessly downloaded and printed by the family.

In addition, families have the option to connect other relatives to their Educa account. This ensures that everyone stays updated on the significant milestones and exciting learning adventures their children experience under your guidance!

New Zealand Ministry of Education

Education Review Office (ERO)

The Dream Education Programme is licensed by the New Zealand Ministry of Education. We pride ourselves in our commitment to providing a quality educational programme to the child/ren in your care. Feel free to have a look at our recent ERO reports here.


Te Whāriki

Funded by the Ministry of Education, the programme weaves together the principles and strands of Te Whāriki to create a holistic, tamariki-centred local curriculum to suit your little ones. A monthly visit from one of our qualified and registered Visiting Teachers, and regular activities are just a couple of ways we make this happen.

The programme is designed to keep learning fun and can be adapted to your whānau’s needs as we believe your home and local community are an integral part of your little one’s development.