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Western Sydney University Early Learning - Working With Us
Western Sydney University Early Learning Services provides excellence in education and care located at six locations on the Western Sydney University campuses
We strive to provide the highest quality care and education for children in their early years, that will provide a strong foundation for a life time of learning. We will provide education and care that demonstrates diversity and inclusiveness. The latest research and best practice models will guide practices and inform our service delivery.
Western Sydney University Early Learning is committed to ensuring capable and confident educators deliver a child centred, family supportive, flexible and responsive service.
The recruitment, retention, resourcing and development of staff to ensure they provide the best practice service to children and their families is a high priority.
Staff and educators are recruited, trained, developed and supported to ensure that they have best practice knowledge and skills and the ability to apply them when working with children.
Western Sydney University Early Learning Excellence in Service Awards
Western Sydney University Early Learning is proud of our dedicated and talented staff and congratulate our Service Champion Awards and the Excellence Service Award Winners.
The awards further support our staff to continue to prosper at Western Sydney University Early Learning and provide further growth opportunities.
2021 WSUELL Vice Chancellor Early Learning Excellence Awards
Winner of the Vice Chancellor Early Learning Excellence Awards is Jinny Lee
In her role as the service cook, Jinny is extremely proficient, providing nutritious meals for children. Jinny is the recipient of this award in recognition of her willingness to provide learning opportunities for the children. Jinny involves the children in tending and caring for the vegetable garden, together they use the fruits and vegetables of their labour for cooking meals that the children consume. Seeds from the crops are saved and replanted, teaching the children about sustainability and the natural world around them. Jinny also regularly involves the children in cooking experiences focussing on supporting the development of STEM concepts.
2021 WSUELL Service Champion Awards
Bankstown – Jinny Lee
Blacktown – Rachelle Howard and Marion Schroeder
Campbelltown – Nancy Duardo
Hawkesbury – Carol Pisano
Trainee of the year – Chrizena Bea Senire (Bea) Solis & Renee Abela
2020 WSUELL Vice Chancellor Early Learning Excellence Awards
Winner of the Vice Chancellor Early Learning Excellence Awards is Lee Debais
Lee's commitment to her role and unwavering dedication to Early Learning is evident in the wide range of tasks she undertakes, including training and mentoring of new Admins and providing support to Service Directors in all 6 services.Lee demonstrates a proven ability and willingness to provide support to the highest standard, including during the Assessment and Rating processes, resulting in exceeding ratings in each service.
Lee plays a crucial role in enrolling new families, this support contributes to service excellence and supports families to have the best start, which provides a positive transition for the child and long-term enrolments.
2020 WSUELL Service Champion Awards
Bankstown - Elizabeth Smith
Blacktown - Lee Debais
Campbelltown - Jennifer Tablan and Sarah Crossan
Hawkesbury - Tegan Powyer
Parramatta - Christine Zahra
Penrith - Rebecca Solotar
Trainee of the year – Maddison Lynch
Western Sydney University Early Learning Enterprise Agreement 2021-2023
Salary and conditions of Western Sydney University Early Learning employees are in accordance with the Western Sydney University Early Learning Services Enterprise Agreement 2021-2023 (opens in a new window) .
Workplace Gender Equality Compliance Reporting
Under the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012, Western Sydney University Early Learning has an obligation to improve and promote equality for women and men in the workplace.
WSU Early Learning is also required to report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) annually on a set of standardised reporting matters under six gender equality indicators. The reporting period refers to the 12 months from 1 April to 31 March annually.
Comments on the report can be made to Ms Angie Atkinson, General Manager at email@example.com or to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
If you require the Report in another format please contact WSU Early Learning Offices on 02 4570 1684.
Reports to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency
The following reports have been provided to the Agency for the 2020-2021 reporting period: