I would like to introduce you to our Multicultural Staff Members who are like an extension of family.
Carmela studied in Early Childhood Teaching and is our Preschool Educator. She grew up in Italy and returned to us after two years experience at another centre. Carmela is a loving and caring educator and all the children enjoy being taught by her. She had been in the industry for numerous years before re-joining our center in 2018. She sings and teaches the children numbers and the alphabet in Italian.
Suneetha is Diploma Qualified in Children Services. She grew up in Sri lanka and emigrated with her family to Australia with her two children who now attend university. Suneetha is very experienced childcare professional. She is always very loving and attentive to the children and well liked by all. Suneetha joined our center in 2013.
Dillaisha is from Sri-Lanka and is completing her Diploma in Children services. She loves interacting with the children and having discussions encouraging them to think and make decisions.
Parastoo is Diploma Qualified and joined us sometime ago. She comes from Iran and recently moved here with her Husband and family. The children have taken to her rather quickly due to her kind and soft nature. She loves singing songs and talking to the children while engaging them in play.
Shivani is a qualified Diploma in children services and been at the service for a year. She emigrated from India with her husband. She enjoys reading stories and making art work with the children.
Diana Bredt is the Director of the center – Bachelor in Early childhood Teaching – Primary Carer – Babies Room as well as the center’s Education Leader. Diana’s Back round is Anglo Indian and she emigrated to Australia at the age of 12 with her family in 1968. The same year the Center first opened in the Suburb of Essendon. She is married and her husband Hans is German whom she met in Paris while studying French. Diana has had many years experience in the Industry having brought up her two daughters and both grand children at the center.