Child Care Industry News
March 21, 2017
Welcome, this week meet our ECEC provider in the spotlight, Ms Rachel Sydir from Explore and Develop and learn about KU Mayfield Preschool, a service achieving great things in the area of STEM education.
Child care person in the spotlight:
Rachel Sydir
Every month we profile an Australian early childhood education and care professional working hard to deliver and ensure our children receive the best possible start in life. This week we are delighted to introduce you to 32 year old Rachel Sydir from Explore and Develop Penrith and South Penrith.

What is your name and which centre do you work in?

My name is Rachael Sydir and I am 32. I work across two services Explore and Develop Penrith and Penrith South. Both services have approximately 20 educators each. Penrith has 75 children per day and Penrith South has 72 children per day.
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Nurturing a love for STEM in the early years:
KU Mayfield Preschool
It's never too early to become a Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) specialist and researching and implementing new ways of making STEM learning fun and inspiring is a growing priority among early childhood providers.

Case in point, KU Mayfield Preschool in Mayfield East NSW. This forward thinking early childhood setting has been certified as a Little Scientists House by Little Scientists Australia, a not-for-profit professional development program for early childhood educators and teachers combining inquiry-based learning with age appropriate STEM exploration

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