Rochelle N @ Abracadabra Childcare Services

Babysitter/In Home Carer/Nanny affiliated with Abracadabra Childcare Services

About Rochelle N @ Abracadabra Childcare Services

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Abracadabra Childcare Services

Rochelle N is a Babysitter/In Home Carer/Nanny, with 5 years experience caring for children from any age. Rochelle N is represented by Abracadabra Childcare Services child care agency.

Carer Rates (+ Agency Booking fee $33.00)

Please note: If bookings are received within 48 hours of commencement of the assignment or made after hours then the booking fee will be $40 (+GST).

25.00 per hour
Minimum booking is 4 hours
Australian Nanny Association Member
Child Care Qualifications - Cert III+
Drivers Licence
First Aid Certification / CPR
Lactation Consultant
LifeSaving Certificate / Austswim
Mature Aged Carer
Nursing experience
Own transport
Public Liability Insurance
Special needs care experience
Teaching Experience
Character references on file
Permanent Resident
Police check / Working with Children check
Temporary Resident
Written references on file

University of Newcastle
2011 Open Foundation

Avondale College
2014 (current) Bachelor of education Early childhood/ Primary (Birth to 12 years) 360 hours Practicum in 0-5 settings

Other courses


  • First Aid Certification
  • Working with children clearance (Paid)
  • Asthma & Anaphylaxis training,
  • Child protection

'About Me...

Passionate Child Care educator, currently undertaking University degree (3rd year B. Ed Early childhood/Primary).  With experience in providing supervision and guidance to children within long day care and preschool settings. Experience in evaluating, documenting and planning age appropriate educational programs, which nurture children’s psychological, emotional, behavioural, and social skills. Excellent communication skills, team player, warm and responsive to the needs of children, families, communities and fellow staff. "

Employment History

Elemore vale Early learning centre (May 2015- Current, On call Casual employee)

Core responsibilities:

  • Planning, implementing, assessing and reviewing educational programs based on appropriate curriculum frameworks and with reference to the NQS, considering the developmental needs, interests and abilities of all the children attending the service.
  • Actively supporting children to participate in the programing of the room, ensuring the program promotes children’s agency, choices and influence.
  • Overseeing documentation of children’s learning in accordance with the centre philosophy and the Learning Outcomes
  • Model and support team/room educators to utilise a variety of teaching strategies including intentional teaching and reflective practice in daily work.
  • Promote health & safety of staff and children by utilising effective health and hygiene practices, relating to food safety and preparation, medical management plans, risk management plans, policies and procedures.
  • Providing opportunities to discuss, implement and practice health, wellbeing and physical exercise in the service.
  • Ensure a safe and stimulating physical environment where all staff and children are protected from hazards or harm.
  • Support children’s individual wellbeing and comfort in sleep, rest and relaxation.
  • Form positive, comforting and nurturing relationships with children and their families
  • Assist in maintaining up to date records of the children within your group.
  • Develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with families and communities
  • Support families in their child rearing practices, ensuring their beliefs are beliefs, values and contributions are respected.

Coles Tuggerah (2010-2012, Retail assistant & Night fill).

Core duties:

  • Interact with customers and provide and process information in response to inquiries, concerns and requests about products and services.
  • Cash handling
  • Work independently and as a team
  • Respond to customer concerns and complaints in a calm, respectful and professional manner
  • Maintain high standards of stock presentation
  • Routinely rotate stock
  • Participate in store stock take.

Bula Ngumbay Consultants (2003- 2010, Customer service officer)

  • Liaise with clients through a variety of platforms (Written, oral, and electronically).
  • Respond promptly to customer inquiries
  • Interview clients to obtain and evaluate all relevant information and refer service inquiries to Principle consultant
  • Provide pricing and delivery information to clients
  • Organise workflow to meet client time frames
  • Maintain client database and diary
  • Attend regular meetings
  • Perform basic administrative duties (Fax, email, MS word/Excel)


Educational Philosophy

Personal beliefs and Interests

As an early childhood educator, I model respect, empathy, patience, and care for the children and the families that I come into contact with. I believe that all children and families have the rights to have an equal education, which allows their needs met, supports their interests, growth, and development.

My educational philosophy is based on a variety of theorists, including, but not limited to the works of Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, Urie Bronfenbrenner and Reggio Emilia. I believe that children benefit from practices that are grounded in a variety of research.

I have a strong interest and passion towards the promotion of equity and inclusion within educational settings. This passion is driven by my own experiences and of my own children’s Indigenous heritage, culture and practices.

I have completed previous studies in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, Indigenous and multicultural education, as well as a strong back ground in Australian history, and its continued impacts on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

I am respectful and sensitive to these issues; I recognise the importance of involving families and communities when engaging in practices of culture, language and knowledge.

Environment and inclusion

I strive to create a classroom that is inclusive to the needs of all children and their families. I view inclusive and competent environments as places that promote a sense of trust, respect for diversity, equity, fairness and social justice.

I am respectful and open to cultural perspectives that may differ from my own; I strive to provide an environment that is inclusive of the children’s culture, interests, developmental levels, needs, beliefs and values.

Curriculum & Children’s competencies

My goal as a teacher is to provide children with a rich, warm environment where they feel safe to explore, initiate learning, and feel free to express themselves. It is my belief that children become more motivated to learn when they have opportunities to be involved in experiences that are enriching and stimulating. By providing this type of environment children become more engaged in their learning, and therefore gain a hunger to learn and explore.

My role as an early childhood educator is to be a facilitator. I endeavour to guide and scaffold children’s learning by providing them with enriching experiences that are challenging, yet attainable. I facilitate children’s learning through the emergent curriculum, as well as in depth studies and projects that are of interest to children. This approach allows children to build upon their current knowledge and schemas, while complementing their levels of development.

Children, Families & communities

As an educator, I believe that the relationships formed between educators, children, families and communities are the essential foundation for care and wellbeing. I seek to form close relationships with each child, and their families under my care. I aim to incorporate in my educational programming community input and resources, as well as home family rituals, cultural practices, beliefs and values that are valued by each family.

I view each child and family as a unique and strive to provide an environment where children and families from different cultural backgrounds feel welcomed and accepted.

  • Australian Nanny Association Member
  • Child Care Qualifications - Cert III+
  • Drivers Licence
  • First Aid Certification / CPR
  • Lactation Consultant
  • LifeSaving Certificate / Austswim
  • Mature Aged Carer
  • Non-smoker
  • Nursing experience
  • Own transport
  • Public Liability Insurance
  • Special needs care experience
  • Teaching Experience

Screening & Background Checks

  • Character references on file
  • Permanent Resident
  • Police check / Working with Children check
  • Temporary Resident
  • Written references on file
  • Babysitting nights/weekends
  • Bathing of children
  • Cleaning of children's area(s)
  • Cleaning of family area(s)
  • General Errands (Shopping etc)
  • Laundry - Children only
  • Laundry - Family
  • Live in Accommodation
  • Participation in family outings
  • Participation in family vacations
  • Pets
  • Plan & participate in childrens outings
  • Preparation of Meals/Snacks - Children
  • Preparation of Meals/Snacks - Family
  • Special Diets

Activities to undertake with the Children

  • Art
  • Computers
  • Cooking
  • Drama & Dance
  • Exercise
  • Free Play
  • Language development
  • Music
  • Outside play
  • Planning of children's outings
  • Science
  • Stories & Reading

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