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On the road to education

July 07, 2021 Sean Scanlon

Spaces in early education centres across the region were sparse back in 2015 and parents were crying out for help.

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Dancing to change

February 10, 2021 Alexander Foster

It has been estimated the average person will change the course of their career seven times during their lifetime, with any number of reasons inspiring each change – money, differing circumstances, boredom – the list goes on.

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Moments to cherish

November 20, 2020 Alexander Foster

Erin Gehrig has always loved children and being a witness to their growth and development. As a teen, she undertook voluntary work experience at an early education service and following this set her sights on working in the industry. Erin began working for St Nicholas Early Education at its Chisholm centre in 2018, before joining the Maitland operation when it opened its doors earlier this year. She draws on almost a decade of experience in the industry to mentor her colleagues on St Nicholas’s programs and practices.

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Transition tops the menu

June 16, 2020 Lizzie Snedden

Branxton is well-known for its delicious pies and now it is now serving up the very best in education too.

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Early childhood trainees recognised

June 11, 2020 Alexander Foster

St Nicholas Early Education trainee educators Talia Goodwin and Jaymayah Waters have been recognised for their performances with nominations in the NSW Training Awards.

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VET to the rescue

June 03, 2020 Lizzie Snedden

The Hays Job Report for January 2020-June 2020 identifies early childhood teaching as Australia’s most in-demand education role.

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From strength to strength

December 07, 2019 Sean Scanlon

St Nicholas Early Education grew to three areas during the year. These were: Early Education centres, which provide care and education to young children in the years before schools; OOSH, which is care for school-aged children before and after school and during vacations; and the third area, St Nicholas Pathways, which is the training of students to work in the early education sector.

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Playing around with learning stimulates young brains

July 06, 2019 Elizabeth Snedden

Researchers at Monash University in Victoria recently launched Australia’s largest study into play-based education, aimed at inspiring teachers and parents to develop the next generation of thinkers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).