Best of Both Worlds Home-based Childcare Network has developed a philosophy that leaves plenty of scope for individual home-based service owners to implement their own pedagogical approaches or style. Particular age-groups may be more appealing to some, and/or a niche market may be tapped into. (NB No more than two children aged under two years can attend at the same time). Unhurried time is a natural aspect of home-based care - this means that children working on projects can enjoy sustained periods of time without interruption. Children's interests can be followed and extended in a relevant manner, including trips/outings into the wider community to explore and discover more about their interests.
Best of Both Worlds Home-based Childcare Network is a privately owned and operated home-based childcare network. Advice and support from Best of Both Worlds Home-based Childcare Network is free and unlimited for all teachers who are part of the Network. The Management Team have, between them, a wealth of business and early childhood education experience and knowledge. There is a strong emphasis placed on Professional Development by the Best of Both Worlds Home-based Childcare Network Management Team as this is one way to ensure quality education and care is being delivered to all children on the Best of Both Worlds Home-based Childcare Network. A portion of MoE funding is allocated to cover the cost of Professional Development for each Network-teacher - and teachers are encouraged to attend courses relevant to their own professional needs. A range of educational texts and resources are available to support Network-teachers - as well as resources for parents. Being part of a network with other teaching professionals fosters a sense of support and comradeship. Network-teachers with specific interests, skills or knowledge in certain areas are encouraged to share their expertise in workshop-settings.