Updated: Jan 27
Gemma Jones, Creative Educator
Gemma has her Diploma in Early Childhood and she is currently studying my Bachelor in Early Childhood Teaching. She works Monday to Wednesday, doing the open shift. She has worked at TG’s for 2 years however she has been apart of the TG’s family as a parent since 2016. TG’s is so fantastic that she sends her own kids here!
Gemma grew up in Liverpool, England before moving to the Lake District where she met my Aussie husband. In 2012 they moved back to Australia. They live in Armidale with their two beautiful children who bring so much fun and joy into their lives but they also keep her on her toes!
She is a creative educator and loves supporting children with artistic play experiences. The best thing about working with children for Gemma is developing relationships with them and having the opportunity to share in their learning journey, celebrating their achievements.
Here are some fun facts about Gemma so you can get to know her better !
+ She is a total Harry Potter fan, expelliarmus!
+ She is totally in love with the stunning autumn colours of Armidale as it reminds her of home.
+ She used to be a dental nurse.
+ If she could go anywhere in the world it would be Disneyland.
+ Her favourite food is chicken fried rice.
Gemma can’t wait for 2022, bring on fun filled days, providing quality care and education to beautiful children and getting to know our new families.
TG's Child Care
+61 (02) 6772 7810 | firstname.lastname@example.org
11 Samuelson Crescent, Armidale NSW 2350
About TG's Child Care
As one of Australia's leading early learning Kindergarten and Long Day Care providers,
TG's Child Care is dedicated to its philosophy of “Quality Lifelong Learning, where
Playing is Learning for Life.” Children attending TG's Child Care are encouraged to
experience a love and joy of learning throughout their time there and are equipped
with skills and tools to continue their personal growth long after they’ve left. TG's Child Care has a campus in Urangan and five others in New South Wales: in Armidale, three in Wauchope, and in Uralla.