G8 Education’s CEO Gary Carroll has announced the national provider will soon be launching the next phase of its Education Strategy during an introductory speech at the ECA National Conference last week.
Due for implementation in 2023 the strategy will include a strong focus on children’s learning, development, health and wellbeing.
“At G8 we are collaborating with team, children and families to provide educational programs which support children to explore their worlds with curiosity, creativity, confidence and kindness,” said Mr Carroll while introducing international guest speaker Dr Laura Jana’s keynote address at the ECA Conference.
“I am excited to share that we will soon be launching the next phase of our Education Strategy which continues our focus on nurturing children’s independent and curious minds, and championing health and wellbeing in an ever-changing 21st century world.”
The Education Strategy will be the first since Ali Evans was appointed to G8 Education’s executive team as Head of Learning and Education in February this year.
“It has been a pleasure leading our Education team over the past nine months, and I am very much looking forward to sharing the next evolution of our Education Strategy,” said Ms Evans.
“We are committed to providing high-quality teaching and learning to ensure we are delivering the best possible outcomes for our children and families.
“Our Education Strategy will build upon the great work that has already been implemented and show how playful innovation can enhance children’s learning outcomes.”
G8 Education was the gold sponsor for this year’s ECA Conference.
“G8 Education is pleased to be able to support such an important event for our sector as we embrace and connect with the conference theme, Passion to Power our future profession, and position our sector as thought leaders and early childhood advocates,” Mr Carroll said.
“At a time when our sector is facing unprecedented workforce shortages it has never been more important to bring people together to inspire, learn and align in our response to these challenges.”