Meet Our Team

Bright Futures Educarers are supported by a team of registered and qualified Early Childhood Teachers, our Bright Futures Manager and the wider team of the Napier Family Centre.

What is an Educarer?
An Educarer is an early childhood professional, who cares for pre-school aged children in their own home and provides them with early childhood education. Educarers are specially trained to provide quality care in a safe and nurturing environment.

Educarers are supported by our Visiting Teachers who regularly visit Educarer homes where they will discuss children’s learning and development and look for ways to enhance their daily programme. Our Visiting Teachers support your choice of Educarer by leading the selection process.

Our Visiting Teachers are:


Corina Chamberlain

Visiting Teacher, CHB

I am a qualified registered Teacher holding a diploma of teaching (ECE), and Bachelor of Teaching(ECE). I have worked in the early childhood profession for many years and have wide experience working with infants through to school age children.

I believe all children are unique individuals who bring with them their strengths, talents and a natural sense of wonder and curiosity. As a visiting teacher I am committed to building and maintaining relationships with all those in our learning community. I believe that relationships are a source of learning, empowerment and identity for children, their families and whanau.

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Sarah Donovan

Visiting Teacher

More info to follow

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Our Visiting Teachers are supported by our Administration and Finance team at Napier Family Centre:



Bright Futures Administrator

“It is actually a very easy environment to work in – we take a very practical approach to administration so there is no need for anyone to feel bogged down by it.”

“Bright Futures childcare and learning is a service of Napier Family Centre, an award winning not for profit social service agency. Any surpluses we make go right back in, to help provide a better service to our local communities.”