Elizabeth Brunel, Centre Manager
Talofa, Kia ora, Hi my name is Liz. I studied at Victoria University, gaining my Bachelor of Teaching in Early Childhood in 2012. I enjoy performing arts – dance, music and being creative. I have grown up in Wainuiomata and love getting out and exploring the community and participating in outdoor adventures.
As a teacher, I previously spent my time teaching infants and toddlers and just recently are working as a Team Leader with Preschool child. I believe family values and working with families is important. I am passionate about making learning fun for children, and ensuring they get the most out of their education and care by expanding on their interests and supporting them in their journey.
Bed Tch (ECE) – Full Registration
First Aid Certificate
Susan Chapman , 2IC
I am a born and raised Wellingtonian, with a large family based both here and around New Zealand. I am the oldest of 5 siblings with many nieces and nephews.
I started my journey after leaving high school working in primary as both the supervisor for before and after school care, holiday programme and also working as a teacher aide where I supported children with special needs. Next I nannied for a few years, where I thoroughly enjoyed the close relationships with both children and their families. Wanting to learn more I began my journey into teaching. I graduated with a Bachelor of Education from Victoria University and am a registered teacher. I have been teaching for 10 years in ECE with all ages.
I am passionate about promoting an environment where children are free to develop at their own pace, celebrating each and every children’s unique journey. Relationships with families is such an important aspect of my work. Through these relationships I learn all about what you as a parent want for your child. I look forward to working alongside you in supporting your child to grow and develop through respectfully relationships, close bonds and helping them to reach their potential.