Blog Posts Tagged "Interview"
Guardian Early Learning Centre – Forde is a fantastic childcare centre in the ACT that provides high quality care and education for each and every one of the children at the centre. One of the educators that is providing this care is Josh Mario, an educator with a true passion for early learning.
Josh recently won “Trainee of the Year”, so we caught up with him to find out a bit more about him and why he is so passionate about the sector. Read more
Guardian Early Learning Centre – Barangaroo is a beautiful childcare centre in Sydney’s CBD. With state of the art facilities, water play area, a wide range of resources, sandpits and reading nooks, it’s a wonderful space to grow, develop and learn. Centre Manager Chloe Flannery heads up the team at Barangaroo, and we take two minutes to find out about her views on early learning, her career background and what she enjoys doing in her downtime. Read more
For many of us, eating is not only a necessity but it’s also a joy (and something we think about a lot!). And it’s the same for the children at Sweet Peas – an early learning centre in Sydney. Every day the centre is open, you’ll find David Colenso in the kitchen cooking up healthy and delicious meals or running cooking classes for the children. Read more
Educational Leader, Ellen Wonson is one busy woman. From completing her studies while working full time to planning a wedding, it’s non-stop for Ellen who works at Acre Woods Pymble. She was recently awarded the title of Educator of the Year at Guardian’s NSW Educator Awards Nights so we took two minutes with Ellen to find more about her career, why she thinks early learning is important and what superpower she would choose if she could. Read more
Nidya Kurniasari is a passionate educator who’s been at our Kent Street Early Learning Centre for six colourful years. At our recent NSW Educator Awards Night, Nidya was awarded Educator of the Year alongside Ellen Wonson (Acre Woods Pymble) and Rebekah Drysdale (Walker Street).
We chat to Nidya to find out a bit more about her time at Kent Street, what she loves about early childhood education and exactly what superpower she’s want if she could just have one. Read more