All employees at Frankston House are appropriately qualified as per Government Regulations.
Regular training is provided by Frankston House to ensure all Educators knowledge and qualifications are current and in line with government guidelines.
Various conferences/seminars and training sessions are attended throughout the year on topics such as Child Safety, Inclusion Support, Child Development, Planning and Documentation, Nutrition and Food handling, Team Building and Leadership.
The Nominated Supervisor, Responsible Persons, Educational Leader and Health and Safety Officer of Frankston House details can be found on display in our foyer.
All educators and families have the opportunity to contribute to the development of centre Policies/Procedures and the Centre Philosophy.
At Frankston House we believe that the educators who have contact with your child on a daily basis are the most important key to you and your child having an enjoyable, safe and nurturing experience. Therefore we hold high expectations of all our staff and welcome any feedback you may have in regards to your experience with us.
We acknowledge the diversity and skills of individual staff members and capitalise on their strengths, assisting us to develop strong relationships with families and children throughout their important early years.
Introducing Our Manager
- Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management
- Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care
- First Aid and CPR
- Emergency Asthma and Anaphylaxis
Samantha has been working in Early Childhood Education and care for over 8 years. During this time she has had the opportunity to work alongside children of all ages and has grown as an Educator and Centre Director.
Sam loves observing and participating when children learn and discover new things,” it really brightens your day when you see a child achieve a new skill for the first time.” During the time Sam has worked in the industry, she has witnessed many children grow and develop from babies to starting Primary School. She finds it very comforting to know that she along with her fellow educators have made such a positive impact on children’s lives.
Sam is very passionate about children’s learning and the different ways that children learn and develop. She likes to create an environment where children are able to explore and develop at their own pace and believes in allowing children to be independent thinkers which helps prepare them for life. She also feels that it is very important to celebrate the big (and little) achievements so that children understand that they are appreciated and that they belong within many environments.
Sam encourages her team of educators to share their knowledge, cultures, interests and skills as this helps educate each other and the children as well as providing the opportunity for professional development to further their knowledge. . Sam is always looking for ways that she can improve the service and loves to hear feedback from the children, staff and families. Sam believes that working collaboratively with other like-minded services enables her to grow and develop new ideas and skills that benefit the children and families.
Away from the Centre, Sam enjoys camping, dirt bike riding, baking, taking her puppy to the beach and spending time with my family and friends.