Scribbles and Giggles Rydalmere staff consists of dedicated qualified educators who have a commitment to the children and Scribbles and Giggles.
To ensure the highest standard of education and care for the children, our team come from a range of diverse cultures as well as qualifications.
ECT:- University Trained Educators, Master of Teaching Early Childhood, Bachelor of Teaching Early Childhood
Diploma Trained Educators:- Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care
Certificate III Trained Educators:- Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
Trainee Educators:- Training in Certificate III and Diploma in Early Childhood Educations and Care
Our Centre’s Nominated Supervisor is Joumana Atie.
Joumana has worked with the Scribbles and Giggles family for almost 3 years now. She holds a Diploma in Children Services and has been in the Childcare industry for 8 years.
Joumana shares the belief that children and their families are a part of and contribute to the wider community. She believes that social interaction and exposure to culture and community expands children’s knowledge and development. The more experience children have learning about diversity, the more understanding they will have of the world around them.
Each child is a unique individual and should be viewed, respected and treated as such. She believe children learn through play, therefore opportunities need to be planned for children to experience rich and hands on approach.
In relation to families, Joumana believe families deserve a place within our service that gives them a sense of belonging. It’s important to build partnerships and trust with families and a sense of safety to their child/children.
Parents/caregivers are a child’s first educator, therefore family input and participation is an important aspect of a child’s learning development.
Joumana believes the more children experience learning about various cultures, beliefs, customs and traditions they are more likely to become resistant to differences around them. Children are to be encouraged to investigate and explore the world around them.