Early Childhood Educators - Star Candidates

Star Candidates March 2020

9 April, 2020

Star Candidates March 2020

Fantastic effort by some more of our Expect A Star Candidates throughout March! Congratulations to the following Educators who have been recognised for their efforts:

ACT – Georgina

We have chosen Georgina as the Star Candidate in March 2020 as we have received lots of glowing feedback on how quickly she has become part of the team. Georgina was new to childcare when she started with Expect A Star, but due to her confident and personable demeanour has made a real difference in a short space of time. The team in the office also really appreciate how reliable and committed Georgina is!

Thank you for your hard work!

NSW – Indiana

Indiana has only recently joined Expect A Star but has already made a huge impression! During her short time with us she has received positive feedback all around and is a preferred educator at many centres she has attended. The centres love her for her quick ability to build relationships with children and her kind/ friendly nature.

Congrats Indiana! Thanks for being such a star!

QLD – Khiw

Khiw is receiving the award for the March Star Candidate as she is an amazing educator and an asset to our casual team. Khiw only recently started working with us, however during the short time that she has been our casual employee Khiw has demonstrated a clear passion for educating and caring for young children. Every centre that Khiw has worked at has asked us to place her at the top of their preferred list as she goes above and beyond in helping out wherever needed and is just a pleasure to work with.

Thank you so much for your hard work and for representing EAS to such a high standard!

Vic – Geeta

We have thoroughly enjoyed having Geeta as part of our casual educator team for the past 7 months. She consistently receives amazing feedback from the centres she works at and the directors always mention how helpful she is and kind to the children and staff. Geeta is requested back so much that the centres tell us that she is “part of their family.” Thank you for your hard work and well done Geeta!