Our Team

Marino Early Learners prides itself on providing a robust education program for our children. As such, we have invested in ensuring that our educators are the best in the business.

Jie

Director and Educational Leader

Masters in Early Childhood Teaching

Post Graduate Diploma of Education

“I believe the best and effective education approach is to work collaboratively with children’s families as the family is a key influence on children’s learning.”

Kelly

Assistant Director and Discoverer Room Leader

Diploma of Community Services (Children’s Services)

“I like to encourage the children to discover the world around them, together we have fun filled days with positive learning experiences to help strengthen their sense of self with explorations and discoveries.”

Ellie

Explorer Room Leader

Bachelor of Social Science

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Currently studying Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care

“I believe that providing an excellent and fun learning environment engages children actively with their learning”

I believe that respecting children’s choices, listening patiently to their needs and understanding and inclusive their behaviour are the foundation of a good educator.”

Ellen

Early Childhood Teacher

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

“I chose to study and become an Early Childhood Teacher as I believe that at this young age, it is a crucial time in their lives to begin their learning journey’s and to support development through their social, emotional and physical abilities.”

Kate

Assistant Educator

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education

“I absolutely adore children and I am very glad I embarked on the early childhood educator journey. Children are our future and it’s a great privilege to work along side them. I truly hope I can inspire and teach each child valuable information to assist them in their lives.”

Sophie

Assistant Educator

Certificate III in Early Childhood Education

“Being an educator allows me to help, care, educate and to be a part of the very important years of the young children’s early years’ development”