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Audra started working with children in 2001. She completed her Early Childhood Education Diploma in June 2004. In 2005, Audra became a full time educator at Ehrlo Early Learning Centre. In June 2007, Audra was promoted to the Supervisor position and finally in June 2010 Audra was promoted to her current position of Program Supervisor. In addition to her supervisory role, Audra continues to work with the kindergarten. Audra believes that children need social nourishment in a structured learning environment in order to grow into productive and successful individuals. Audra prides herself on being involved in the early years.
Glennise began at Ehrlo Early Learning Centre in September 2018 during a work placement with Regina Trades and Skills. She is currently enrolled in the remaining classes required to obtain her Early Childhood Educator I. Glennise has had the opportunity to work at the various EELC sites and with all age groups. Glennise believes that children learn best through play and life skills.
I have been in the early learning field since 2014, so coming up eight years. I will have my ECE Diploma at the end of May.
My philosophy on childcare is that every child deserves to have a fun and safe space they can come, play, learn and explore. I strive each day to provide that for the children I work with.
In my spare time, I enjoy camping and spending time outside, even if it means just simply walking my dogs around the neighbourhood. I am also very close with my family and enjoy campfires and board games with them on weekends.
Pinky joined EELC in March 2021. She has obtained her ECE I as well as has her Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Arts in Education and over 13 years experience as a teacher while residing in India. In January 2021, Pinky along with her husband and seven-year-old daughter relocated to Canada. Pinky believes being with children is a wonderful time to experience new things, as she believes inside every child there is a rainbow waiting to shine.
Richele has been working with Ehrlo Early Learning Centre since October 2003. She has her diploma in Early Childhood Education from SIAST. Richele has three children of her own and believes children learn the best when they engage their senses (touch, sight, smell and taste). She enjoys offering new learning experiences both inside and outside of the centre.