New Zealand’s Largest At-Home Childcare Provider Ranked High on the Deloitte Fast 50 Leading home-based ECE provider, Lighthouse At-Home, have capped off an already successful 2015 with even more success, as the Kiwi business was ranked number six on the Deloitte Fast 50 index.
The annual Deloitte Fast 50 index, ranks New Zealand companies experiencing rapid revenue growth over three years across a variety of sectors. The index sets the benchmark for high growth businesses in New Zealand. At number six, Lighthouse-At Home experienced bussines growth of 528.25%.
Earlier in the year, Lighthouse At-Home Founder, Grace Xue was a finalist in both the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards and NEXT magazine Woman of the Year awards.
Lighthouse At-Home Founder, Grace Xue, said she was thrilled that Lighthouse AtHome were placed on an index highly renown as the Deloitte Fast 50.
“I am over the moon with the result. I firmly believe the success of Lighthouse AtHome is due to our unwavering passion to provide a quality at-home childcare service that offers children the best educational and home-care opportunities,” says Xue.
It’s an ethos that has driven Lighthouse At-Home to the point where it is now.
Xue explains “Our home-based childcare is different to more traditional services, and it’s becoming more popular as parents see the immense benefits for their children. Children are happier, and develop their learning capabilities faster with quality home-based childcare”.
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Lighthouse At-Home, New Zealand’s leading at-home childcare business, today announced its exclusive sponsorship of Mainly Music, an iconic Kiwi company which has been running music groups for parents, carers and children since 1990.
Mainly Music is a music group for parents or primary care givers to enjoy together with their young children. Throughout each music session, children develop gross and fine motor skills, language, imagination, mathematical and pre-reading skills as well as learning to socialize with others.
“Mainly Music is very excited to welcome Lighthouse At-Home as a sponsorship partner. As an organisation, we are keen to see children develop in their readiness for school, for families to be supported and encouraged, and for community to be created. Lighthouse AtHome has a similar educational focus that we’re keen to learn from as we contribute to the lives of families in communities around New Zealand. And their values align with our organisational values as well,” says Mainly Music Representative Rachel Ballentyne.
Describing their relationship, Lighthouse At-Home co-founder, Shane Zhan says,
“We value this partnership as both organizations have shared values and goals. We both believe that family members make the best educators for young children and that whanau and community involvement in a young child’s life is pivotal.”
Committed enriching children’s lives, Lighthouse At-Home have run road safety seminars, host a free, annual Children’s Day event with over 20,000 attendees and are now enhancing children’s learning through music together with Mainly Music.
Lighthouse At-Home was founded as a result of co-founder and EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Finalist, Grace Xue’s search for quality childcare for her own children. Grace’s search resulted in her selling her successful IT business to buy a preschool and eventually start Lighthouse At-Home Childcare.
Now, 3 years later, Lighthouse At-Home Childcare is the largest privately owned at-home childcare company in New Zealand.
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New Zealand’s leading at-home childcare provider, Lighthouse At-Home, provides modern educational resources and support to grandparents, allowing them to both care for and educate their grandchildren.
The early years are incredibly important for young children. This is the time where children’s perception of the world around them, their attitudes, their disposition and their personalities are determined.
The education, care and attention that young children receive in these first 1-2 formative years can have a life long impact that will greatly influence who children become.
Lighthouse At-Home offers grandparents a comprehensive support network, allowing them to give their grandchildren all of the love and attention of a family member together with the incredibly important early childhood education they need.
The support Lighthouse At-Home gives grandparents includes:
• Regular professional development and training
• Free pediatric 1st Aid training
• A non-income tested subsidy for every hour your child is looked after of up to $50 per week
• Free access to the largest resource and toy library in the country
• Regular support from experienced qualified teachers
• WINZ support
• Access to exclusive member only events (Zoo trips, Crystal Mountain outings, Butterfly Creek excursions and more)
• VIP Access to public community events
Founder, Grace Xue, adopted this form of early childhood education with her own children,
“For over 8 years, my mother-in-law has been coming to our house every work day to help us look after our youngest child, and we’ve celebrated every milestones of the children’s together. Our children call their grandmother nana and the strong bond they’ve developed with each other is just so beautiful, she’s almost in every family photo that our children have ever drawn!”
Lighthouse started as a leading community focused childcare center in Auckland over 30 years ago and in 2012 branched into at-home education service.
By helping truly passionate educators set up their home based childcare businesses, Lighthouse is able to provide quality, high ratio childcare through carefully handpicked educators or through nanny’s or grandparents/relatives of the parent’s choosing.
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