Our Team

At WillowBee, our educators are highly experienced in working with children and committed to the field of Early Childhood Education and Care. We promote a team culture and all staff members are valued members of the team, with each of their strengths and backgrounds recognised.

We recognise the importance of engaging in continual professional learning and actively encourage our educators to extend their professional knowledge by undertaking further studies in the field of early childhood.

We believe in maintaining high educator to child ratios as it helps to enhance children’s learning and development, as well as providing for their safety and wellbeing. In turn, this helps to create a positive working environment for our educators, with lower stress-levels, and more time to record, document and plan for our children’s learning.

Bec Turton

Centre Director - WillowBee 1

I have over 15 years experience of working in the early childhood industry. I have a Certificate III, a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care and am studying my Bachelor of Teaching.

I have experience working as a Room Leader and moved into the position of Director at WillowBee in January 2018. I enjoy leading and supporting a team of dedicated and caring early childhood educators.

I believe that the centre is an extension to the home environment and we work together with the families to allow the children to learn, play, have fun and become independent individuals.

Bec Crompton

Centre Director - WillowBee 2

Hi, I’m Bec, the Nominated Supervisor and Director of WillowBee Centre 2. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and have over twenty years experience in various education roles.

My passion for teaching started with babysitting as a teenager and since then I have held several different positions in both primary, doing before and after school care and early childhood education.

I believe that as early childhood educators we have a great responsibility to provide children and their families with an environment in which young children can grow and in which parents feel comfortable knowing that their children’s development is being promoted, while they are being treated with warmth and respect.

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