What is expected of our Educators?


  • To be warm, caring and friendly, and to have a sense of humour.

  • To be experienced and passionate in their work with children and their whānau. 

  • To provide a stimulating  environment that encourages new and further discovery opportunities, based on the child’s interests.

  • To participate in regular gatherings with other Tutū Educators in order to build knowledge, understanding and alternative theories.

  • To provide a safe learning environment that encourages learning through play.

  • Current police vet check for all adults in the home environment.


Benefits of becoming an Educator


  •  Small group interactions - no more than four children at a time.

  • Earn money and build a career while working from home.

  • Competitive rates.

  • On-going professional development and opportunities to support your growth as an Educator.

  • On-going support and advice from qualified early childhood teachers.

  • FREE toy library

  • FREE entry into local activities such as indoor play lands, music groups and gymnastic groups.  

  • Fully Paid First Aid Certificate


Reimbursements to Educators


  • $5.50 Unqualified

  • $6.00 Certificate in ECE or Tohu Whakapakari

  • $6.50 Qualified ECE


Download a copy of our Educator Brochure 

Give us a call:

0800 843 888


“Our Tamariki are a taonga, a taonga which I am helping to discover the world and learn new things.  They are energetic, creative, passionate and boisterous beings, whom are bursting at the seams to learn new things.  I love being around them, I love watching them grow, I love seeing them learn and most of all I love that everyday is a new adventure.” 


Awhina Nuku,


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