I am currently half way through my education degree (early childhood and primary). I have over ten years of experience working with children with the ages varying from 8 weeks old to 16 years...expand_more
Hi Mums and Dads, I’m a fourth year nursing and midwifery student. I have loads of babysitting experience particular with large families of primary school age. I have my drivers licence and car so am able to...expand_more
Hi families! My name is Mady Stone, I am 21 years of age and am in the fourth year of my double degree in Psychological Science and Law. I have over 5 years of experience babysitting/ nannying local children...expand_more
Hi! I am a qualified primary and secondary teacher and am almost qualified in Early Childhood Education also. I have been working with children for over 8 years and I have also been teaching swimming to infants...expand_more
For most of my career I have been a teacher. I started by early childhood, moved on to primary then middle - high and finished with students at diploma level ! I now do part time translation work ( English...expand_more
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Hi Mums and Dads! I am a Psychology Honours student, working casually as a Research Assistant at Deakin University. I am a confident, enthusiastic young woman with a bubbly and outgoing personality!
Hey mums and dads! My experience with children is extensive with refereeing children, babysitting and tutoring children. Please feel free to contact me!...
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If you are on the hunt for a private tutor, you’re probably motivated by one of two main reasons (though there are others). You’re concerned that your child is under-performing. You are worried that your child will be ‘left behind’ in today’s increasingly competitive educational landscape.