Meet Our Educators
Dedicated early childhood educators in Edens Landing
Giving your child the attention they need
Here at Rainbow Corner Child Care Centre, your child gets the attention they need and deserve from dedicated early childhood educators.
As a quality childcare centre, we elect to only employ qualified early childhood professionals, who are committed to continually improving their skills and knowledge. On average, our staff have worked at the centre for more than 10 years, we have a stable team providing the best possible care since 1989.
We aim to develop a culture that facilitates maintaining staff, allowing for continuity of care for our children and families. We are proud to have low staff turnover.
Each room is staffed by a Lead Educator and an Assistant Educator, who are supported by a floating Educator.
Our highly diverse staff members share their skills, experiences and backgrounds to enhance the curriculum and professional culture of our centre.
This ensures effective management of the learning environment and the best possible outcomes for all our children.
Each educator at Rainbow Corner is qualified under the Early Childhood Education and Care Services national regulation.
Our lead educators and assistant educators hold a diploma and/or a certificate III in children’s services.
Teachers have a Bachelor of Education, with an early childhood specialisation, and hold current teacher registration with Education Queensland.
Our centre management requires all staff hold or obtain senior first aid certificates. Select employees also hold certificates in managing asthma and anaphylaxis,
as well as for emergency management training.
At Rainbow Corner, we participate in the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority national quality rating and assessment process, as outlined below.
The National Quality Framework
The Framework aims to raise the quality of consistency in education and care and drive continuous improvement.
The National Quality Standard
The Standard sets a new benchmark for the quality of education and care services and is divided into seven areas:
Educational program and practice
Children’s health and safety
Relationships with children
Collaborative partnerships with families and communities
Leadership and service management