Hi my name is Amanda and I am the Nominated Supervisor of our Ingleburn Centre.
I started my Little Peoples Journey as a Trainee Educator in 2009, then continued to work in all aspects of the centre (Cook, OOSH, Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers) until becoming a Supervisor in 2014. Through experiencing these roles, I have developed a thorough understanding of what builds a great centre and learning environment for all children, families and educators.
As an educator, I strive to create a centre based on the principles of respect, responsibility and community, through play, discovery and exploration. As a leader and Nominated supervisor, I strive to mirror those principles to my team of educators and reflect the values and ideas of others within our community as a whole.
Here at Ingleburn, our experienced, nurturing and dedicated team of educators plan and deliver meaningful and interest-based programs enabling your child to meet their developmental milestones and achieve personal and group goals. The learning environments are purposely set up to allow for an optimal learning through play experience, as well as reflect the interests and education of the children.
Our centre provides a wide variety of meaningful experiences allowing children to learn through play and provide tasks to teach real life skills. These include; cooking experiences, gardening, messy & sensory play, recycling, sustainability and other community projects, centre Pets, incursions and community celebrations (Mother’s day, father’s day, grandparents day, Harmony week, Easter, Christmas, NAIDOC Week) as well as a very successful Transition to school program.
It’s been a pleasure so far to get to know the Ingleburn Community, as we recognise the big part that everyone plays in the lives of our little ones. It really does take a village to raise a child and we have our own village here at Little peoples. We wish to invite you to come and visit our centre and meet our friendly team!