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The real purpose of an ECE centre layout (UPDATED)

Posted by Darren Witty on 17/12/19 10:27 AM

For any childhood centre the design of the layout is key to its success. Whether you are starting with a purpose-built new building, working within an existing space to set up a new centre or renovating a centre, paying attention to the layout design at the very beginning is crucial.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre, Design & Innovation

How ECE centres must work to meet discerning parents expectations

Posted by Hadleigh Witty on 21/11/19 4:52 PM

Smaller families, better-educated parents and increasing research into the benefits of early years education are all leading to a shift in expectations when it comes to ECE. Increasingly, research is showing that attending a high-quality ECE service can benefit children when it comes to readiness for school.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre

20 ways to market your preschool

Posted by Hadleigh Witty on 16/09/19 1:36 PM

 

When it comes to marketing your preschool, it’s no so different to marketing any other business. Consider this guide a ‘cheat sheet’. A guide with simple and effective ways to market your preschool.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre

Top 3 reasons why childcare centres struggle for enrolments

Posted by Darren Witty on 12/06/19 9:48 AM

With many families seeking out formal childcare for their children, it may come as a surprise that there are still many centres that struggle with enrolments. If this is you, you are not alone. This article points out the top three reasons why centres struggle to help give you an insight into how you can make some changes.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre, Funding & Budgeting

Current trends shaping Early Childhood Education in New Zealand

Posted by Hadleigh Witty on 30/05/19 11:54 AM

From family size to government policy, any number of trends can influence the number of children attending early childhood education, the types of services that thrive and the way centres need to function. New Zealand is always changing, and the early childhood sector must change with it. As a centre owner, understanding these key trends will help you stay relevant to your families and future-proof your business.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre