New director for Early Learning Centre in Proserpine
THE Goodstart Early Learning in Proserpine recently welcomed new centre director Sarah Voigt to the team.
Goodstart Early Learning is a not-for-profit organisation that provides quality care for children from birth to five years of age.
The Proserpine centre has been operational for several years under the guidance of a national organisation but this year they will be providing ongoing quality care for local children under the guidance of Ms Voigt.
Ms Voigt holds a Bachelor of Education specialising in early childhood and has been teaching in schools and long day care centres since 2001.
Ms Voigt has already taught at Proserpine State School as an early years class teacher and at St Catherine’s Catholic School as part of the LOTE (Languages Other Than English) Indonesian team.
She commits her time outside work hours to providing care for her young family, as well as assisting the local navy cadet unit with their community involvement projects.
Although the role of centre director offers many new challenges, Ms Voigt is excited to take on this new venture in her career.
She hopes to guide the staff of Goodstart Proserpine to be the best available carers for children in the lo- cal community.
She plans to engage the team in various projects to make the centre’s environment more educational and appealing to children and their families, with a strong focus on building networks within the local community.
Ms Voigt is happy to receive feedback and is looking forward to working with local organisations to ensure the centre remains a dynamic part of the community.
The centre also offers after hours school care for prep and year 1 and 2 students.
For more information, contact the centre on 4945 3366.
NEW ROLE: Sarah Voight is the new centre director of Goodstart Early Learning in Proserpine.