KU Maidstone Children's Centre

7-9 Hampstead Road
MAIDSTONE VIC 3012
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About KU Maidstone

KU Maidstone Children’s Centre is currently under construction and will be opening in January 2022.

KU was delighted to receive a $1M capital contribution to build the facility from the state government under the Victorian Children’s Facilities Capital Program in 2019.

The centre will provide care and education for 65 children including funded kindergarten and allied health services. Each KU centre is unique and we work hard to create beautiful, interesting, homelike learning environments for children, to foster a sense of belonging.

For the children and families of Maidstone, KU will provide a quality play-based program. All meals and nappies will be provided and there will be a comprehensive transition to school program for the kindergarten aged children.

KU Maidstone is hiring quality staff now. Join us and help make the KU Difference. Click here to see the current vacancies in Maidstone and across KU’s Melbourne Services.

For more information contact ku.maidstone@ku.com.au

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Roseline Omenoba

Director

Roseline is a university qualified early childhood teacher with over 10 years’ experience working with children and babies. She has been working at KU Maidstone since 2021.

Roseline holds a wide range of relevant early childhood qualifications and is committed to continuous studies in the sector to keep her knowledge up to date on how children learn, and develop and master lifelong skills. In the last 10 years, she has held various leadership roles in early childhood sector, as an Educational Leader, Trainer and Assessor and five years’ experience as a Centre Director.

As a Director and a mother of four children, Roseline is aware how much every parent wants a caring, loving and nurturing early childhood education and care environment for their children. This is what she and the team pledge to provide at KU Maidstone Children’s Centre.

Roseline enjoys seeing children create, imagine and learn in a nurturing environment and believes that collaborative partnerships with families and our broader community is the major catalyst needed to achieve our goals.

Roseline believes in embracing the cultural diversity of our community, where values, rights and differing perspectives are respected, and encourages the inclusion and contribution of our local community members into our educational program and curriculum to achieve a collective outcome for children’s learning and development. Roseline is committed to fostering an inclusive and safe environment for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and children of all abilities.