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Expert and Passionate

The early years are the most critical stage of children’s development and our educators will be committed to doing all they can to nurture this during their time with us.

Our team will follow the certified Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the National Quality Standard (NQS) for early childhood education.

The EYLF in particular supports play-based learning through the guiding principles of Belonging, Being and Becoming.

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Let Them Discover Their Wildhood!

At Mango Hill Early Learning our expert team will take the value of early childhood education very seriously, so will provide you with regular updates about what your child is experiencing during the day.

You will be confident that your child is happy, safe and well cared for by people who are caring, capable, trustworthy, honest, knowledgeable and reliable.

Our communications with you will also be insightful and respectful, so we can both work together to enhance your child’s potential for happiness and greatness.

At Mango Hill Early Learning shoes will be optional, getting dirty will be compulsory and our inclusive, unique and play-based learning experiences will instill in your child a lifetime love of learning!

Tegan - Director - Mango hill early learning qld

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Director
Tegan is the Director of Mango Hill Early Learning and has been in the early childhood sector for 8 years, holding her Diploma of Early Education and Care. She has experience as an Educational Leader and has researched many Early Childhood Theorists that help support her role guiding and mentoring our Educators at Mango Hill Early Learning. Tegan understands the importance of family connections, having a good relationship with the children and to develop their skills that will set them up for their future in more ways than one. She believes in allowing children to play, explore and lead with their imagination and curiosity and her goal is to make all families and children feel welcome, safe and supported along with working together to achieve amazing outcomes for all children.
Shahde 2IC & Educational Leader - Mango hill early learning qld

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2IC & Educational Leader
Shahde is our 2IC and Educational Leader at Mango Hill Early Learning and has been in the early childhood sector for 13 years and has a passion for providing high quality care for children of all ages. Shahde believes in providing all children with positive, rich learning experiences where they feel safe to explore, initiate learning and feel a sense of freedom to express themselves. Her belief is that security and trust are important components when forming relationships with children, families & staff. She will always aim to help create a safe place where everyone can feel welcomed, valued, appreciated and supported. Happy children, Happy Families and Happy educators, that’s always her goal.
Widi - Centre Chef - Mango hill early learning qld

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Centre Chef
Miss Widi is our Centre Chef. Widi has been in the early childhood sector for 6 years, holding her Diploma of Early Education and Care and Food Safety Supervisor Certificate. Widi has also worked in the restaurant and hospitality sector for many years. Widi combines her knowledge and passion in providing the children with healthy and delicious meals following the Australian food guidelines for Nutrition.
Clara Early Childhood Teacher - Mango Hill Early Learning qld

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Early Childhood Teacher
Clara, is originally from South Korea and completed her diploma in Early Childhood Education in Toronto, Canada. Prior to that, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from South Korea, and has now completed her bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. Clara has accumulated 20 years of experience working with children throughout her educational journey and is committed to creating a positive and nurturing environment where each child can thrive and to build meaningful connections with all children and their families. Her philosophy centres around the belief that children are interconnected and play an active role in shaping their world. As children come from diverse cultures, they acquire thinking patterns essential for thriving within their communities. Drawing inspiration from the theories of Dewey, Gardner, and Piaget, she strongly advocate for child-centred, interactive, and engaging approaches to early childhood education. It is crucial for education to acknowledge and embrace each child’s unique interests, backgrounds, and social-cultural contexts.