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Leah

Koumala Educator

 

Since 2021

 

Diploma of Children's Services

 

I believe that education is an individual learning experience that starts in a

child’s early years of life (Day Care) and is an ongoing process that continues right throughout life.

I will strive to provide the children in my care the best quality care I possibly can, regardless of culture, race & ethnicity.

As I have worked in the childcare industry for many years, I believe that play is a very important part of education, it may seem like children are only playing but to me they are learning skills that they require for life, such as socialisation, interaction, role play – pretending to be a grown up.

Being a positive role model and providing a warm, safe, stimulating learning environment that meet the developmental needs for each child is essential within my day care.

I believe that education is an individual learning experience that starts in a

child’s early years of life (Day Care) and is an ongoing process that continues right throughout life.

I will strive to provide the children in my care the best quality care I possibly can, regardless of culture, race & ethnicity.

As I have worked in the childcare industry for many years, I believe that play is a very important part of education, it may seem like children are only playing but to me they are learning skills that they require for life, such as socialisation, interaction, role play – pretending to be a grown up.

Being a positive role model and providing a warm, safe, stimulating learning environment that meet the developmental needs for each child is essential within my day care.

                                      

Natasha M

Koumala Educator

 

Since 2021

 

Studying Certificate 111 Early Childhood Education and Care

 

I believe that each child is an individual and as an educator I will always include all children in my planning.

I believe that children learn through play. I will provide opportunities for all children’s needs.

I believe in cultural diversity. I will celebrate the benefits of diversity with each individual child and equally.

I believe young children are our future.

I believe the environment plays a major role in the success of an early childhood program. It should include a wide variety of play for all children’s needs.

I consider families a vital aspect of my program and are able to provide input and help.

The early years of a child’s life are busy. I believe learning is important to all.

Children need the assurance of being loved and cared for all of the time.

In planning my program I would strive for family background and children’s needs and interests.

Children should be given choices, responsibilities, and opportunities to help, learn and build confidence.

I believe observations and assessments are excellent tools to use when planning curriculum. Observations not only help with planning, but help to see improvement in the children’s learning, bonding and play.

As a relief educator, I always follow what the main educator expects at their service and I do this with pride as I feel very privileged that they have asked me to run their service while they are away. Therefore I need to make sure all children and families are happy for me to be there and I am running the service like it normally runs.