Childcare Staff - Bambini Early Learning Centre | Brighton East

BAMBINI BRIGHTON EAST CENTRE STAFF

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Angie Lang

Centre Manager

Hi, my name is Angie, and I am the Centre Coordinator at Bambini Centre Road at Brighton East. I started working at Bambini as the Early Childhood Educator and I am very lucky to be the lead of the strong, enthusiastic, and passionate team.

In my belief, nothing is more important than providing the quality of care to children, supporting the families, and working collaboratively with the team to create the safe and full-of-learning opportunities for our next generation.

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Annick Sullivan

Assistant Centre Manager

I have been working in the childcare industry for over seven years. I feel very privileged and fortunate to be part of the Bambini family where I have been working for five years now.

I work with children because I want to be part of this amazing journey that is early childhood. I believe that every child is different, thus they need to be respected as an individual with their own interests and needs.

I want to create an environment where everyone belongs and I strongly believe that in order to create such an environment, a strong partnership with families and our team members built on trust, respect and collaboration is paramount. Come join us at Bambini Early Learning Centre and let’s start this beautiful journey together.

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Amanda Pacaud

Curriculum Coordinator

I have been working in education for the past 15 years, first as a High School teacher and now in early childhood for the last 7 years.

I believe that children of any age are capable learners, who are able to develop their understanding of the world through play, exploration and investigations.

I think that children are more likely to develop their full potential when their environment reflects their interests, therefore, I am an advocate of emergent curriculums built on children’s observations, voices, and family inputs. It is our duty to scaffold children’s learning in order to develop the skills they will need in the future.

21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking should be at the centre of our daily learning experiences. Additionally, I consider that children should develop understanding of societal issues such as sustainability, global warming and social justice to help them become informed citizens of the world.

At Bambini Centre Road, I am lucky to work alongside educators and teachers that share my passion for education and are fully dedicated to their mission.