Australian Family Early Education and Care Awards 2014
We have received a number of nominations for the Australian Family Early Education and Care Awards 2014.
- Eva Steinmetzer (FROEBEL North Sydney) has been nominated as Early Childhood Director of the Year,
- Freya Collins and Marina Klapanova (both FROEBEL Alexandria) have been nominated as Early Childhood Educator of the Year,
- Madeleine Barnard (FROEBEL Alexandria) has been nominated for the Educational Experience Rising Star Award.
Furthermore, FROEBEL Alexandria has received a nomination as Early Childhood Service of the Year.
The Australian Family Early Education and Care Awards celebrate outstanding contributions in child care. They aim to encourage Australians working in all sectors of early childhood education and care to aspire to excellence.
Congratulations to our team on this great success - and good luck for the judging period.
ASG NEiTA Awards for Inspirational Educators 2013
Our educator Marina Klapanova (FROEBEL Alexandria) was finalist of the 2013 ASG National Excellence in Teaching Awards for Inspirational Teachers.
For 20 years the ASG NEiTA Awards have given communities the opportunity to formally thank their hard-working and inspirational educators and leaders.
In 2013, more than 1550 nominations were received from parents, grandparents, secondary student councils, school boards/councils, parent associations, committees of management and community organisations who wanted to celebrate outstanding educators in their communities.
Australian Family Early Education and Care Awards 2011
Marina Klapanova, from our FROEBEL Alexandria children’s service, has been nominated and short listed in the 2011 Australian Family Education and Care Awards in the Early Childhood Educator of the Year category. FROEBEL Alexandria has also been nominated as Children’s Service of the Year.
The Australian Family Education and Care Awards celebrate excellence in early education and care and aim to encourage Australians working in all sectors of child care to aspire to excellence.
The Awards give everyone in Australia a chance to nominate an outstanding educator or educational service as one of the country’s best. The judging panel includes representatives of four peak children's services associations and other impartial experts in early childhood development.
Congratulations to Marina and to FROEBEL Alexandria on this wonderful achievement!
FROEBEL Australia has been announced as Finalist of the City of Sydney Business Awards 2010 on 9 August 2010. We feel honoured to be one of the 5 finalists in the education category - a tremendous success for us and flattering mark of confidence from our parents and supporters, considering that we have only started our business in Australia less than 15 months ago and are still introducing ourselves to the communities.
Five FROEBELians (Pete Heinrich, Renee Fuller, Olde Lorenzen, Jasmine Rivers and Eva Steinmetzer) were invited to attend the festive Gala Dinner, hosted by the City of Sydney's Lord Mayor Clover Moore at The Westin hotel, to celebrate the success together with all other finalists of the Business Awards 2010.