Monday and Wednesday 8.30-3.30, Tuesday 8.30-4pm; Thursday-Friday 8-4pm
Holds a Bachelor of Education, Early Childhood. Sam is a dedicated
educator, who advocates for children’s rights and believes that children are
unique active constructors of their world. She actively encourages positive
partnerships are built with families, to ensure collaborative focus upon the
well being of children. Sam has many years of experience facilitating and
supporting children and their families whom have disabilities to access
resources within the community.
I believe that every child is unique, capable, a decision maker and an active constructor of their own world. Children have a right to be respected, able to make their own choices, have the right to quality education, care, feel safe and secure. I further believe that children’s best interests are paramount, and their learning is about more than education, it also relates to the development of their mind, body and spirit.
In my role I endeavour to inspire, encourage and support children to try, learn and create something original. I believe in embracing every child’s diversity and culture and I see it as a learning opportunity for other children to explore what makes us all individuals. Each child’s talents, creativeness and originality must be respected and embraced. I work collaboratively with children to learn, build positive relationships which are respectful of all. I believe in valuing every child’s efforts, academic or otherwise, and the contributions that each child brings.
I enthusiastically endeavour to create a transformational learning environment which is people centred, flexible, authentic, ethical, motivational and visionary. I also believe that children should be allowed to interact, imagine, touch and be within the natural environment in their everyday play.
I believe in building inclusive relationships with each child, family and the wider community to ensure that we focus collaboratively on the well-being of children.