Marchant Park Kindy’s finest

As educators we actively engage in ongoing professional development. We are committed to continually reflecting and improving on our own teaching and learning practices.

L-R: Tracey Pascoe, Amelia Bennett, Luella Dwyer, Jenny Hill

Harriet Dimento, Louisa Playford, Rebecca Walker, Tracey Pascoe

We teach in ways that reflect our own personalities and beliefs and we are also flexible in encouraging the children to explore the ways in which they like to learn and in ways that are meaningful to them.

We work collaboratively with our colleagues and affirm, challenge, support and learn from each other to further develop our skills and improve our practice and relationships.

We recognise families as the experts in their child’s wellbeing and learning and we highly value the children’s and families’ input and contributions to the curriculum.

Working collaboratively with our families and community is essential in providing a quality education, as this autonomy and ownership motivates and promotes the children’s learning.

We believe that every child has a right to an education in which they are supported to attain their maximum potential and we are committed to providing every child in our centre with a high quality educational experience.

We look forward to what each new year brings for ourselves, the children and the families in our care and to sharing in each family’s learning journey throughout the year.

Our teachers