Centre Manager - Community Kids Yennora
“I believe it is crucial to meet children’s needs, ensure they are school-ready, independent, develop life skills, and healthy habits.”
I began my career in early childhood education and care in 2016 and have worked at Community Kids Yennora ever since. I hold a Diploma and bring a wealth of knowledge to my role.
I have always enjoyed working with children from different age group, and I was thrilled to be working with such motivated and enthusiastic children. What I love the most is watching the potential of children grow and blossom.
At CK Yennora, we are committed to ensuring that each child is supported to reach their full potential. We aim to do this by providing a quality educational program delivered by passionate educators in an inclusive, warm, and secure environment for the children.
Children from an early age have a brain that absorbs like a sponge. I believe it is crucial to meet many children’s needs, ensure they are school-ready, independent, develop life skills, and healthy habits.
At Community Kids, we ensure that developmental milestones are met and that their emotional, cognitive, and social needs are filled.
In a childhood setting, it puts children in a safe and inviting learning environment to ensure children are being stimulated, interactive with one another and learning about the world around them.
As a Centre Manager, I believe that a positive relationship and teamwork is the key to work with the educators. We are a close-knit group of educators who work together well as a dedicated and enthusiastic team. We are all mothers and second mothers to our children in the centre, and I can depend on them for anything. My team are passionate about early education, always striving for more and care a lot about their families. They understand the importance of relationships with families for children’s learning and development.
Our experienced and multicultural team reflects the needs of our area. Our diversity equips us with assisting bilingual children, implementing cultural competence, and understanding one’s culture and traditions.
There are many benefits for children and families attending a dedicated early childhood education and care centre. In an early childhood setting, children are provided with an opportunity to develop their skills such as making friends, taking turns and problem solving, which might not happen at home. In an early learning centre, the children are provided with flexible and predictable routines, which helps them transition to school.
We understand that starting at a new centre can be overwhelming, so we encourage families to tour our centre. During the tour, we guide the families into each room and introduce our experienced educators. I run through our centre’s daily routine, menu and room routines with the parents. I assist the parents with filling up the enrolment forms and signing the CWA’s to complete the enrolment process.
A fun fact about me is that I love all type of food, especially hotdog.