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Tauranga/Thames Valley

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Tauranga

Hi there, my name is Grainne Dunnion (pronounced Gronya). I come from Ireland and have recently moved from Auckland to Tauranga, Welcome Bay with my partner and our ‘fur baby’ Charlie and we would love to open our home up to some little friends. I have worked in the field of maternal mental health and have a degree in Social Work. 

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Bellevue

My name is Adele and I have been a JeMMa’s home-based Educarer for the past 9 years. I live with my husband, two daughters aged 12 and 10 and two cats Truffles and Rusty.

I have taught in early childhood centres, been a nursery class teacher within a primary school in the UK and had time as a nanny before having my own children.

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Katikati

Hi my name is Tracey and I am a mum of two teenage boys. I have been involved with children since having my own, including being part of and on our local toy library, plunket and playcentre committees.

I have always enjoyed working with children and started out doing some relief teaching at one of our local daycare centres while my boys were young. I joined the Jemma's team in 2009, when my boys started school and I have enjoyed the opportunity of being able to provide a home environment for young people in our community.

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Otumoetai

As an Educarer of mixed cultures, I strongly believe in the importance of knowing who you are and where you are from.

Language and culture make up a huge part of my day-to-day activities and I just love seeing the children in my care thoroughly enjoying their play and learning within the bi-lingual environment that I offer.

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Paeroa

My name is Helen.  I have three grown children of my own as well as having cared for foster children in the past.

I have previously worked as a teacher aide for 15 years, working mainly with children with special needs including English as a second language.  I became an Educarer for JeMMa’s in April 2012.

I have always loved working with babies and young children. My speciality is helping to prepare four year olds for school life.

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Greerton

My name is Rachel. I have been an Home-based Educarer for 27 years now and I still love it! I have many interests which I include the children in each day. I collect things from the beach, shells, driftwood, etc., as well as different things from the nature walks that we go on. We then bring them home to see what we can make.

Children are a big part of our lives and that’s the way we like it. Helping them grow is a great pleasure

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Papamoa Beach

Hello! I'm Glandre but the children call me Gigi. I am 33 years old and a mother of two, Lilly-Anne who will be 8 this year, and Joshua, who will be turning 5 later this year. My husband and I made NZ our home 10 years ago. We are originally from South Africa.

We have 6 pets, because we just LOVE animals !! There are 2 dogs, 2 cats and 2 adorable rats.

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Paeroa

Hi. My name is Carol. I live in Paeroa with my husband Pete. I have a Bachelor of Teaching (ECE) and I have worked with children for a number of years now. I was a registered childminder in England for 11 years while my three children were young.

When I returned to N.Z. I became a qualified teacher and have worked in centres since 2008. I have recently joined JeMMa's. I love the close relationships and relaxed environment of a home-based setting. 

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Thames

Hello, my name is Sally.I live in Thames with my husband and two boys aged 14 and 10. I have five years experience as a home-based educator, and 4 years experience teaching in a Montessori preschool.

I am ECE qualified and fully registered and also hold a Montessori teaching diploma. In my home I offer a calm environment with many opportunities for rich learning experiences and individualised attention.

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Greerton

Hi my name is Katania Kamouneh, I  have been working as an home based educarer since 2008. I have five children of my own,  oldest being 19 and youngest being 9 month's. I am very passionate about home based childcare, I think it is one of the best forms of child care for children in care and has so many benefits for our young people.

I offer a caring nurturing positive  environment for children to grow and learn in. I value free play for children's learning but also offer some structure in their learning.

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Waihi

My name is Val. My husband and I have lived at Waihi beach for 18 years and we have two adult children who are now leading their own lives.

I have worked as a teacher aide with special needs children at the local primary school for six years. I have also assisted teachers with other children in the classroom.

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Papamoa

Hi my name is Anastasia Bruyns. I have two amazing girls ages 15 and turning 7. I'm very passionate about children and I enjoy working with them. I will be able to provide a safe environment for your children.

I chose to be an Educarer to give parents a helping hand towards their children's learning development. I'm energetic and love challenges or trying new things. 

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Katikati

Hi. My name is Kerryn and I am a mum to a beautiful 7 year old girl. We relocated to Katikati from Auckland in early July 2016 because we fell in love with the town and relaxed atmosphere.

Caring for children is natural to me as I grew up around children with my mum being a homebased educator, babysitting through my teen years and then becoming a homebased educator myself when my daughter was young. We live within walking distance to parks/reserves, the library, nature walks, playcentre and many other fun spots. I also volunteer with the local St John service as an ambulance officer. I am fully qualified in first aid.

 

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Welcome Bay

Hi, I’m Charmaine. I’m married to a lovely man, have 4 adult children and 5  grandchildren.  I’ve been a registered early childhood teacher  for the past 10 years, and have also been a midwife and a hairdresser.

I believe that children learn best when they experience loving and respectful relationships, where they feel they belong and that their individual needs are met. I love the enquiry approach to learning, where children are encouraged to pursue their particular interests, in an environment that is rich with interesting and relevant resources, where they have the time and space to wonder and be amazed. I believe that homebased education and care gives young children a unique opportunity to be involved in a small family type group, where their own special personalities can blossom and grow.

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Welcome Bay

I am a mum of four grown children, who loves and adores quality interactions with children. Aside from being a mum, I have had two years Early childhood experience in Gisborne, and four years’ experience caring for children in my home here in Tauranga.

In my spare time I enjoy walks, the beach and camping with friends and family. I have a rabbit, cockatiels and two cats that my care children enjoy.

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Ngatea

Hi, My name is Anne.  
I have worked in home based childcare for a number of years. I base my programme around readiness for school, this includes encouragement for independence, building on self-confidence.  I believe that learning is fun, in my environment I look at extending skills that support early literacy skills. i.e. hand eye coordination.  

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Thames

Hi! I'm Megan and I have three beautiful children. I am full of enthusiasm and passion to start caring for children in my own home. I have six years experience working in a centre and have a bachelor in early childhood education. I offer a warm, safe, friendly environment and take pride in seeing little ones learn as they grow.

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This could be you?
  • Have you ever thought about becoming an Educarer with JeMMa’s?
  • Are you finding that going back to work isn’t easy?
  • Have you considered looking after peoples children in your home?
  • If this sounds like you, click the link below for more information

Our Educarers are recruited using a very strong selection process


We take the safety of your child very seriously.  Each and every one of our Educarers is thoroughly checked using our recruitment vetting system.  Part of this system requires all Educarers to have a squeaky clean police record and a full medical assessment.
Further to this, Co-ordinators (who are all fully qualified and registered early childhood teachers) complete a full assessment of every property to ensure that it meets Ministry of Education safety requirements.

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