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Reduce parent's mental load & unpaid work staying on top of school & family admin & reduce schools' admin workload

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Apr 2022
Tuesday

Managing family admin and schedules is an invisible and time-consuming chore that adds significantly to parents’ mental load – and school communications are a large part of this burden. ...

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15
Mar 2022
Tuesday

Parents are busier than ever managing the work, school and family juggle. Our hectic modern lifestyles mean keeping families informed about what’s happening at school – and particularly ...

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7
Mar 2022
Monday

On International Women’s Day, we celebrate women's progress towards equality - and recognise how much further there is to go. The first International Women’s Day was held in 1911, at a time when only eight countries allowed women to vote, and ...

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Mar 2022
Tuesday

myWhānau is excited to partner with WORK180, an international organisation committed to removing the barriers women face in the workplace.

Women’s unpaid work is a significant barrier to achieving pay equality – and the planning and ...

18
Jan 2022
Tuesday

I wanted to share this article with you. With 3 kids within 3 years, I can relate whole heartly to

14
Nov 2021
Sunday

At myWhānau Family Calendar Assistant, we perfectly understand how tricky it is to juggle work and the family schedule; and all the frustration and overwhelm that comes with being the person who ends up managing everything.

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7
Oct 2021
Thursday

PCSchool, the leading school management platform, now partners with myWhānau, a School Calendar Assistant that

13
Sep 2021
Monday

One of the most common complaints of parents of school-age children is the wasted time they spend managing school communications. It’d be rare to meet a parent who isn’t frustrated about those lost hours each week. It’s even worse for parents ...

15
Jul 2021
Thursday

We live in a world where entrepreneurs are busy solving problems that are bothering them and to great benefit for all. But statistics show most entrepreneurs are men, with only 22 percent of Australian startups being founded by women. It’s not a ...