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Meet Miss Skye

​​Meet Miss Skye

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The Little Scholars Reporter sat down with the wonderful Miss Skye, a member of the Little Scholars team to find out what motivates her and why she is so passionate about what she does. 

​Name: Miss Skye
Position: Lead Educator - Junior Kindy

Four Fast Facts about Miss Skye

    My favourite colour is green
    My favourite tv show is vampire diaries
    I enjoy the beach and surfing
    I love being creative and making learning spaces and displays for children

What is your professional background?

I have been in childcare for 7 years. I have held my Diploma of Education for 4 years. .

Why did you get into early education?  

As a child, I enjoyed helping my mum and dad with my brothers. That passion of taking care of children has stayed with me ever since.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?  

Watching the children grow, learn and explore new surroundings every day. It makes me feel special and appreciated knowing that my teaching is making an impact on their development.

What do you do that is different to the other Educators?

I am full of fun and creative ideas! I create a special flavour to the children’s activities and their environments

What do you like most about Little Scholars?  

The team at Little Scholars is so supportive and helpful. The environments are amazing for the children!

What do you like most about the Curriculum?

I enjoy that we do our programming online and send through special photos and daily reports to the families each day. I think the personal emails make a big difference for the families.

What do you like most about your age group?  

The affection of a 2 year old is so sweet! I love how interested and excited they get when they learn or experience new ideas or creations

What are your plans for your room this year?

This age group is always so active, so the curriculum will be full of new learning experiences this year such as, team work, self- help, sustainable learning and activities and helping the children to understand how to show care and respect for the environment, through teaching the children about recycling water, recycling activites and equipment etc.

What would you most like to tell Parents?

We love parent input at Little Scholars and love hearing your feedback! We want to hear about all your ideas and talents

  • January 16, 2015
  • News