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Located in the heart of Tempe, Guardian Early Learning – Tempe provides plenty of opportunity for exploration, creation and self discovery. With a large outdoor rooftop playground, themed project areas and a focus on interest led learning, children at the centre are supported by a dedicated team of educators, including Centre Manager, Jilly Anne Taylor.
Jilly Anne is inspired by each childs creative thinking, lack of convention and consistent curiosity. We’ve taken a few minutes to sit down with Jilly Anne to learn what inspires her, what’s so great about Guardian Tempe and what’s next for children at the centre. Read more
Posted on 28th of November 2018
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At Guardian, we believe setting the foundations for future success starts with a child who is confident and aware of our ever changing and globally connected world.
Each child offers a world of wonder, questions and exploration. Our educators are skilled at evolving this exploration and discovery to encourage 21st Century skills, including science, numeracy, literacy, and creative thinking. Read more
Located in the Inner West of Sydney, children at Guardian Early Learning – Marrickville have access to a large indoor environment, bilingual educators and a wide range of early learning resources to encourage a variety of literacy and numeracy experiences.
At Guardian, we believe learning begins from birth and this learning can happen in an infinite number of ways.
We recently sat down with the Centre Manager of Guardian Marrickville, Nicole Sammut, to discuss learning at the centre, each child’s unique experiences and the unique opportunities that arise from imagination.
Located in the heart of South Yarra, River Garden – A Guardian Early Learning Centre provides children with a range of innovative, creative and collaborative early learning opportunities. Some of these opportunities have been made even more elaborate with the creation of the Invention Centre.
Created by Educator, Peter White, the Invention Centre allows for children to experiment with their ideas using tools and open-ended materials.
Starting school is an exciting time for both children and their families. It’s a time of change as they rise to new challenges using the skills they’ve learnt during their formative years. With new responsibilities on their plate, school-goers are also adjusting to their fresh new context. There’s a lot to be curious about; they’re in a larger building, there’s more structure and more children in their classroom. Read more