DEDICATED: The team at Tiny Treasures preschool.
DEDICATED: The team at Tiny Treasures preschool. Contributed

New welcoming face at the pre-school

A WOOLGOOLGA born and bred woman has been welcomed into the management role at the Tiny Treasures Preschool.

Well known in the community, Laura Vines has actively involved herself in the community through soccer coaching and playing, been involved in other charity events and has five years teaching experience at Corindi Public School.

She values education and the rights of each child and aims to further build relationships with other families and professionals in the education and care sector.

Currently studying a postgraduate degree in Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care, Ms Vines' passions are promoting literacy and numeracy through engaging play-based activities, embedding sustainability practices, healthy eating and physical exercise and creating opportunities for kids to be kids while using their abilities to create imaginative situations for learning.



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