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Management
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BAYSWATER CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION( INC)

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Management Committee

BAYSWATER CHILD CARE ASSOCIATION( INC) MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

The Bayswater Child Care Association Inc is governed by a Management Committee of community minded volunteers. We are currently made up of 4 elected council members of the City of Bayswater and a Chairperson from each Parent Advisory Committee. There are five Parent Advisory Committees to represent the interests of our different services.

The committee meets every 6 weeks and hold an AGM each year between October and December. Elected positions on the Management Committee are assigned by popular vote at the AGM as per our constitution.

Membership to the Association can be held by anyone over 18 from a participating family of the services. New members are encouraged to apply and join their Parent Advisory Committee.

Chairperson

Cr Sally Palmer

Sally is currently a councillor with the City of Bayswater1 In her sixth year, serving and chairing various committees including Bayswater Childcare Association. Previously acting Welfare Officer in the Town of Bassendean in the 90s. Before emigrating, Sally worked with Isle of Wight Social Services as Front Line Assessment. Her studies include Family Welfare and Aboriginal Culture1 Triennial Certificate in Real Estate, Property Law 1, and Trust Accounting et al. Sally has been supporting and working on voluntary committees such as Saint Vincent De Paul and also the Sail Training Association of WA, giving life skills to young people.

Vice-Chair

Peter Rampellini

 

Peter is currently responsible for 28 Community Resource Centres in the Wheatbelt and Peel regions. He has served on various committees In the transport regulation, community engagement, procurement and regional development areas. Peter was recently the metropolitan area representative on the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission major Projects Committee. He has worked in the transport management area at large sporting events, Including the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Treasurer

Cr Chris Cornish

 

Chris has been a councillor with the City of Bayswater since 2011 and is currently the Deputy Mayor. He serves on the local Government Advisory Board and is a board member of Hampton Senior High School. Chris is a self- employed Financial Planner and his qualifications include a B.Com. (Economics), MBA (Finance) and he ls near the completion of a GradDip of Applied Corporate Governance.

Secretary

Sereena Garbett
PAC The DEN

 

Sereena first came to the Derrick Ernst Neighbourhood centre as a volunteer tutor in adult literacy. She is now a parent of a 3 year old attending the occasional care service. She works as a consultant ln the Vocational Education & Training sector developing learning materials and assisting RTO’s to comply with National VET standards. Sereena is a facilitator in Leadership & Management, Workplace Training & Assessment and Business & Communication Skills.

Board Member

Cr Stephanie Gray

 

Stephanie is a City of Bayswater Councillor, representing the North Ward since October 2017. She is a Primary School teacher with 35 years’ experience in schools across the state. Until recently Stephanie has also worked as a sessional academic at Edith Cowan University in the teacher Education program. She is currently a member of a number committees including the Bayswater SES, City of Bayswater local Emergency Management Committee, Chair of the CoB Aboriginal Advisory Committee and Waddington Primary School.

Board Member

Natalie Batchelor
PAC Morley

 

Natalie joined the board as President of Silverwood PAC and has continued her association now that her children are both attending Morley After School Care. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Primary Education}, a Bachelor of Education and a Masters in Professional Accounting. Natalie taught for 8 years in Perth, London and Istanbul. She now works at the Australian Taxation Office and has many years of audit and technical tax law experience in a variety of areas. She hold positions on two work related boards.

Board Member

Nikki Staveley
PAC Silverwood

 

Nikki is the parent of a 3 old son who has been attending Silverwood for the past two years and during this time has been Involved in the PAC. Nikki works full time as the Commercial Director of an advertising and data company, which also includes managing an Ad Operations Team. Nikki is committed to the BCCA and advancement of our centres to benefit the growth and development of our children.

Board Member

Connie Raimondi
PAC Noranda

 

Connie has been a member of Parents Advisory Committee for Noranda Childcare centre for 12 months, previously in the role of Secretary and recently appointed to Chairperson. Connie works for a Mining Engineering company in the capacity of Office Manager. Connie enjoys being actively involved in community based events.

Board Member

Jessie Klaric
PAC Salisbury

 

Jessie is the parent of two children attending Salisbury CCC and has been involved with the Parent Advisory Committee for 2 years. Jessie works part time as a Senior Associate at Dentons in the Litigation team working primarily for major financial institutions. An accredited mediator and member of swanbourne Nedlands Surf Life Saving Club, Jessie also has an online retail store.

Board Member

Michelle Sutherland

 

Michelle was appointed to the Bayswater Child Care Committee late 2018. She was first elected to the Bayswater City Council in 2013 then again in by- election in September 2018. Michelle is a High School teacher and has taught in many schools around the state. She is currently teaching at Hale School. She is a member of several sporting clubs and loves all team sports. Michelle has a Bachelor of Arts and a Diploma of Education.

 

High
Quality

We believe that children are confident involved learners, who through play, exploration and experiences, can connect and contribute to the world around them.

We recognize the importance of play-based learning in the early years; that children have a strong sense of identity which means they learn best when they feel safe and secure.

We provide a home away from home to enable children to have a strong sense of wellbeing and to assist them reach their full potential in their developmental journey.

 

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