Our Educators and Staff
All educators and staff at the Amy Hurd Early Learning Centre are trained and passionate about early education, care and development.
Director of the Centre.
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
Tracey has over 25 years of early childhood experience and had been employed at Amy Hurd since 2005. Tracey began as the early childhood teacher before taking on the director's role in 2013. Tracey is passionate about sustainable education. Tracey is also a member of the Wagga Wagga Early Childhood Network Group.
Room Leader Bumblebee Room
Katie has her Diploma in Children's Services and has been employed with Amy Hurd for 11 years. Katie loves to sing with the children and builds amazing relationships with the children and families.
Educator Ladybird Room
Diploma Children Service
5 years’ experience with Amy Hurd. Tracey came to the Centre as a prac student, and has never left. She is now employed full time. Tracey builds wonderful, supportive relationships with both the children and the families.
Educator - Ladybird Room
Associate Diploma Child Studies
Cherie has 18 years early childhood experience and has been employed at Amy Hurd for 12 years. Cherie likes to work with the families to support their children and help prepare them for the transition to school. Cherie is calm and relaxed.
Educator - Ladybird Room
Diploma in Children Services
Robyn has 11 experience in early education and care and has been with Amy Hurd for 11 years. Robyn enjoys listening to the children and their interests and provides materials to extend their play. Robyn believes in messy play, often getting in and playing herself and children being themselves.
Educator - Bumblebee Room
Cert III in Children Services currently studying Diploma.
Terrie has 7 years’ experience in early childhood and had been with Amy Hurd for 3 years. Terrie is creative, working with recycled and natural materials which she encourages the children to participate in with her. Terrie is a proud Wiradjuri woman.
Jodie has been working at Amy Hurd since January 2014 as an Inclusion support educator. Jodie is currenlty completing her Diploma in Early Education and Care. Jodie has a passion for learning and has a keen interest in the way children learn and their abilities at a young age and is determioned that children have a voice and the confidence to be heard.
Donna has been with Amy Hurd for 25 years. Donna has been part of many positive changes that have occurred at Amy Hurd and within the early childhood industry. Donna has met a lot of wonderful families and children over the years with some of those children now parents at the Centre. Donna is the first point of call when you visit our Centre.