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TG’s Child Care empowers their women educators

Updated: May 7, 2021

TG’s is more than just a child care centre – our educators were either TG’s parents, or at TG’s as tiny tots! Let’s introduce you to some of them:

Growing up at TG’s - From Tots to Educators

Tayla Ward, Maddison Ross, Larissa Ward of TG's Child Care Wauchope
Tayla Ward, Maddison Ross, Larissa Ward of TG's Child Care Wauchope

Please introduce yourself and your business We’re Tayla, Maddison and Larissa and we were once tiny tots at TG’s, playing in TG’s natural gardens and playspaces while building up essential lifeskills. Playing is Learning for Life for us. Once less than a metre high, we are now proud educators at TG’s Child Care, where we are sharing our gifts with a new generation of children, helping them to build relationships and encouraging collective thinking in a loving and fun environment.  We’re still loving every single minute at TG’s! “Just come in for a day, come and play because we guarantee you are just going to love it here!” What are your greatest strengths in business? Having experienced TG’s from the inside, we want to give the best care we can to the children we now have under our wings. TG’s lays a sound intellectual, psychological, emotional, social and physical foundation for the children’s development and lifelong learning. The engaging and inviting natural spaces encourage exploration and experiences. We trust and support each other’s gifts and growth. We have a strong connection with families and communities and TG’s curriculum is always relevant, fun and exciting for the children.  Everyone´s special gift makes TG’s the magical place it is today. In a place where Playing is Learning for Life, TG’s has cultivated a love of learning that took us from primary through high school and beyond as valuable members of our community. ​We love TG’s Child Care and we know your children would too! ​​

Living the TG'S WAY at Home and at TG's Child Care

Bron Byers, Centre Manager, TG’s Child Care Uralla & Meg Barnden-Hyde, Centre Manager, TG’s Child Care Armidale
Bron Byers, Centre Manager, TG’s Child Care Uralla & Meg Barnden-Hyde, Centre Manager, TG’s Child Care Armidale

Please introduce yourself and your business.

We’re Meg Barnden-Hyde and Bron Byers. We were both parents at TG’s, and we loved it so much we didn´t want the experience to end! So, we became educators, team leaders and now we are Centre Managers! Meg is at Armidale and Bron is at Uralla! TG’s is truly our extended family. In fact, we are affectionately known as Mother Hens at TG’s!

What are your greatest strengths in business?

We are mothers! For Bron, she does not stop being a mother when she goes to TG’s. She becomes a mother to TG’s children. Children are her biggest influencers in what she does. Meg loves staying open and curious to the needs of each child. Listening to them helps her to learn about each child's gifts and how she can help them discover their gifts and find joy in developing them. As parents, Meg and Bron have firsthand experience and are convinced that TG’s is an industry leader in child care. TG’s makes a difference in the early years because of the quality of care and education from educators, who are also supported in their growth and development. That is why TG’s is always growing, and Playing is Learning for Life!

Sharing their gifts and collective thinking come naturally to those who have experienced the loving and nurturing environment at TG’s. “Going to TG’s every day is awesome. It is our second family!”

You always have a loving family waiting for you at TG’s!

We would love for you to join the TG's family! You can register your child here


About TG's Child Care

As one of Australia’s leading early learning Pre-school 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. In

addition to the Urangan campus, TG’s Child Care has five others in New South

Wales: in Armidale, three in Wauchope, and in Uralla.


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