Early Childhood Educators - Casual and Permanent - Northern Beaches

About the business

Headland Montessori Early Learning was established in 2009, specialising in the delivery of authentic Montessori Education in Long Day Care. We are passionate about providing well resourced, nurturing environments that meet the needs of each child and family and a supportive team for our educators.

Our vision is:  

To inspire and empower children to become confident, creative, resilient and independent life-long learners who will share responsibility for making our world better.

Please visit www.headlandmontessori.com.au to see our beautiful centre.

 

About the role

  • Caring for and developing strong relationships with children and families at the service
  • Working collaboratively and cooperatively in a team environment 
  • Contributing to documentation that leads to strong programming
     

Benefits and perks

  • Well resourced childcare centre in the national park 
  • Supportive management with a focus on professional development
  • Growing childcare company with ample opportunity for career progression

 

Skills and experience

  • min Cert 3 or studying towards the qualification
  • Current First Aid Certificate; Current working with children check;
  • An interest in and or experience with the Montessori Philosophy
  • Awareness and ideally knowledge of Early Years Learning Framework;
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work as a team

Amplify! Blog

By Please select 24 Sep, 2021

Why play is an effective way to support child development and learning

During times of crisis, the ability to play becomes more important than ever.  It can be incredibly therapeutic for children to explore their feelings, concerns and worries through play – and can help children to find a sense of joy and normality again. It’s also the best way for young children to learn.

Play is a central part to our Early Years Learning Framework, and is recognised by the United Nations as every child’s right. ECT and preschool Room Leader Niki Moodie reflects on why play is so important in the early years, and the role of the teacher in play. 
 

By CELA 20 Sep, 2021

Considerations for keeping safe as we navigate out of lockdown

The NSW government has announced a staggered return to school in NSW starting October 25. There’s currently no guidance on when the government will recommend that all children will return to ECEC settings.

As we head towards vaccination targets and reopening dates (which some news outlets are referring to somewhat recklessly as ‘freedom day’), we need to accept that COVID is not going away. Our new ‘freedom’ will come with many new and heightened responsibilities. 

We explore the latest transmission data, and how services can keep staff and children as safe as possible as children start to return to early education and care.

By Karla 17 Sep, 2021

Active citizens with extraordinary ideas - positioning children as equal partners in pedagogical decisions

Pedagogical Leader Karla Wintle reflects on the importance of empowering children to have a voice on pedagogical decisions in an early education setting, and how the consideration of shifting power led to the creation of a children’s council at her service. 

“If we genuinely want to know what children think, feel and wonder, then the balance of power needs to shift. We must believe that children will have things to tell us that we have not heard before; the ability to listen, pause and wait for a surprise or a wonderful new idea.”
Karla Wintle
 

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