Centre Manager - Glenvale World of Learning
“Play-based learning is the best way to learn and being in a centre with other children develops their social and emotion skills. ”
My early childhood education and care career began in 1999, and I started working at World of Learning Glenvale in 2021. I hold a Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care and worked at a family day carer at Chinchilla for Churches of Christ Care for 12 years.
In my time working in an early childhood education setting, I have learnt that children need to be children. All child care centres, including our centre in Toowoomba, use the foundation of play-based learning to guide our experiences every day. With access to a range of age-appropriate learning resources, trained educators, and new experiences among friends, we set children up to thrive in an environment dedicated to learning.
Children develop their curiosity, problem-solving, confidence and resilience at our child care centre, and we carefully plan play-based learning experiences around their interests and learning goals. Over time, you will see your child develop abilities such as language, motor movement, memory, concentration and social relationships all by partaking in these experiences - it's a truly incredible journey to witness!
We have long-serving, multicultural team members who reflect our local community. Our team understands just how important your children are to you, and we ensure we take our responsibilities seriously.
We understand that starting at a new child care centre can be overwhelming and that is why from the very first enquiry, we make sure that we address all your questions one by one. We walk families through all the forms and administration that need to be done; this includes enrolment forms, Child Care Subsidy (CCS), explaining subsidies, government caps, centre schedules, our centre menu and more.
Welcome to World of Learning Glenvale.