Blog Posts Tagged "Careers"
Our brand new Guardian Early Learning – Mulgrave threw open the doors to its fantastic environments in early September. Conveniently located on Wellington Road, the centre has been designed with a focus on natural materials and green spaces. Our huge wooden structure at the centre of our outdoor area ignites children’s imaginations and on any given day can be imagined into a spaceship, house, or fort – whatever the children dream up!
The on-site cook creates healthy and delicious meals for the children and the team of passionate early learning professionals support children as they learn and grow. Leading the team at Guardian Early Learning – Mulgrave is Centre Manager Alyce Mardell. We take two minutes with Alyce to find out more about her.
Ashleigh Bellingham is the Centre Manager at our fantastic Forde centre in the ACT. Having been in the early years education sector for a decade, Ashleigh is a deeply passionate and highly experienced professional. We take two minutes with Ashleigh to find out about her career journey, some of her highlights at Forde and even discover her passion for animal care and rescue. She’s a true wonder woman! Read more
Working at Guardian is more than just a job. It’s an opportunity to progress your career in a highly rewarding and growing sector. Guardian was recently featured in The Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun where journalist Cara Jenkin features Guardian’s Claire Penno. Read the full article below.
Cosy and comfortable interiors, large outdoor yard with sandpit, dry creek bed for water play and a team of passionate and dedicated educators, Guardian Early Learning Centre – Forde is a fantastic centre in ACT.
Many of the educators have been at the centre for years, including Emma Chapman who has been there even during the takeover from Little Learning School to Guardian. This mother of one (and soon to be two!) has been on an epic journey over the past few years, so we take two minutes to chat with Emma and find out a bit more about her. Read more
Every year, Guardian presents the highly coveted “Centre Manager of the Year” award to the Centre Manager who has been absolutely exceptional in their role. This year we had two inspirational women take out this title: Simone Azzopardi from Point Cook and Alexi McMahon-Hide from Pascoe Vale. Last week we interviewed Simone (read the interview here) and this week we focus on Alexi.
From her former life as a chef to swimming with whales in Tonga, we take two minutes with Alexi to find out a bit more about her, both professionally and personally. Read more