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Study from home for FREE!

Stepping up to tertiary study just became easier for thousands of students around the country, thanks to the Government’s fees-free policy. Read More

Tongue-tied

New mothers are often told, “breastfeeding is best”. However, sometimes the milk just doesn’t flow and more mothers believe that tongue-tie might be to blame. Read More

Keeping Safe Around Dogs

Research shows that having a dog is good for children as it increases their attentiveness, decreases anxiety and improves their emotional intelligence. Read More

Extend Your Learning with the New Level 4

Following a review by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), 2018 will see the rollout of a streamlined range of new early childhood education qualification pathways that will be useful... Read More

Ever heard of Technoference?

It’s the term used to describe interference in your personal relationships due to the over-use of technology such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and other devices. Read More

Helping Children Heal after a Natural Disaster

It seems that more and more of us have been adversely affected in some way by a natural disaster. Read More

PORSE and Your Child's Pre-school Years

Being in a secure attachment relationship with one special educator is not just important in their first year, but right through the first 1,000 days. Read More

Spread the Love - PORSE Educator Refer a Friend

Ask Jo Davison about her job and you could walk away inspired to seek a new career. The Dunedin educator joined PORSE six years ago and loves it so much, she’s brought five friends on-board!

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The one-on-one interaction is invaluable for Beth’s learning and sense of security

Since spending time with Napier PORSE Educator Jenny Martin, her daughter Beth has learnt communication skills beyond her years and Sarah has been blown away with her capacity for learning. Read More