Tiny Scholars Child Care and Preschool has been serving the community and has educated hundreds of children since 1994. Over time we have learnt that the paramount consideration is to make your child school ready through the day to day connection with the world through stimulation, observation, interaction and feedback.
Our Early Learning Centre focuses on problem solving, decision making and self-help, while promoting interpersonal communications. These are key elements which contribute to the child’s development, self esteem and confidence.
Through regular discussion with the NSW Early Childhood Education and Care Directorate our promise to parents out there is that we will endeavour to work hard to make your child feel safe, secure and a tiny scholar.
Meet Our Friendly Staff
Hi, my name is Mai and I am proudly the Director of the Tiny Scholars Childcare & Preschool. I have a very strong passion in Children including their development. I enjoy reading lots about strategies in dealing with children and I have a particular interest in additional needs children.
I have directed a number of childcare centres throughout my career and particularly enjoy working with my staff to ensure that the operation of the business is both successful and is always developing to ensure that Children, families and children all work together for the best interests of our children.
I have a particular important motto and that is that “children are our future” and the Early Years Framework is a good way to cherish a child’s interests and expanding on them to allow them to be fine young children and eventually independent adults who have a sense of being, belonging and becoming.
I grew up in a large family surrounded by lots of children and naturally this is where my passion for working with children came from. I believe that children are our future and I love helping them develop and explore their limitations as they grow into strong independent people.
I am a strong advocate for providing high quality care and education for the inclusion of all children with varying backgrounds and abilities. I believe that children in early childhood learn best though play experiences and environments where choice, imagination and independence are promoted and encouraged.
I am a firm believer of adhering to the current NSW Early Childhood law and regulations and I am in regular contact with the NSW Early Childhood Directorate in working out how children can become better facilitated.