Blog Posts Tagged "Sydney"
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
In the heart of Sydney’s CBD is Elizabeth Street Early Learning Centre, a childcare centre that boasts a fantastic outdoor space (a rare sight in the city!), fun-filled learning programs and team of passionate Early Years Education professionals.
With a strong and committed team, we decided to take a moment to get to know a few of Elizabeth Street’s educators to find out more about their stance on early learning and what they love about this early learning centre in the CBD. Read more
It was an exciting morning for the children at Acre Woods Macquarie Park. The sound of a siren outside the centre announced that they were about to get a very special visit from the police.
Centre Manager Kristine Dowell says they organised the police to attend the centre as the preschool children had been learning about their community and who was in it. These kinds of visits help children to gain a broader understanding of the world in which they live and to see how different people play different parts in the community. Read more
Say hello to bright and open spaces, delicious meals created on-site by the centre’s cook, and an outdoor environment full of things to climb over, crawl through and play in at Guardian Early Learning Centre – Caringbah.
Peta Kiellor heads up the tight-knit team at Caringbah, and when she’s not inspiring young minds and her team, you can find her volunteering at the NSW Rural Fire Service and spending time with her young daughter. We chat to Peta to find a bit more about her and what Early Childhood Education means to her. Read more
NAIDOC Week (from 8 – 15 July) is a week where we celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. The theme this year is Because of her, we can! and celebrates the role of women both past and present as significant community role models. Read more