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We comprise several hospitals, health centres, a nationally accredited education provider and a world-class research institute
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Our work at Mater often goes beyond healthcare, always looking to service the broader needs of our communities.
Today (Wednesday 7 September) marks Early Childhood Educators’ Day and we’re celebrating our 91 team members at Mater Early Learning in South Brisbane.
Manager Mater Early Learning Haritini Kouvidis said the centre has been operating since 2004 and has 19 education rooms that vary from nursery groups up to kindergarten.
“Early Childhood Educators’ Day is an opportunity for us to reflect on the wonderful contribution of the Mater Early Learning team,” she said.
“This includes working to achieve the positive wellbeing and health development of the young children in our care,” she said.
Hartini said in alignment with our Values, the Mater Early Learning team believe and are committed to each child and family member being valued and respected.
“We foster children’s development and learning through play and ensure ongoing education and staff training to provide a consistently high quality of care, which the Mater brand is known for.
“We also take pride in ensuing a supportive and nurturing environment by providing diversity, and frequent honest and open communication to support all within our community.
“We love the work we do, and the impact we make in the lives of the children and the families we care for.”
Find out more about Mater Early Learning here.
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