Recruiting for diversity at St Nicholas Early Education


Cory, an educator at St Nicholas Early Education Lochinvar, says one of the things he loves most about working at St Nick’s is that the service employs educators from a range of different backgrounds.

According to the Early Years Learning Framework (2009), “Educators [must be] responsive to all children’s strengths, abilities and interests. They [must] value and build on children’s strengths, skills and knowledge to ensure their motivation and engagement in learning.”

St Nicholas Early Education believes that, in order to cater to each child’s individual needs, it is important to have a diverse team of educators, each with their own unique strengths, abilities and backgrounds.

“It gives the children a quality education in lots of different areas,” Cory says of the approach.

St Nicholas Early Education’s commitment to educators

St Nicholas recognises that educators are its best and most valuable resource, so the commitment to them is to provide an environment that acknowledges the experience, diversity and professionalism they each bring to their respective centres.

Educators are supported through the provision of infrastructure for their ongoing professional development and overall wellbeing.

They also have regular opportunities to attend professional development days with release time from their everyday classroom duties.

Centre Directors also act as mentors and guides for educators, to foster great communication whilst also providing a support network to address the challenges and triumphs of everyday centre operations.

Working at St Nicholas Early Education

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