Our Dedicated Team
Our teachers at Kiddylicious Early Learning Centre are supported with training, resources and the freedom to create a unique learning environment. Many opportunities are given for our teachers to share ideas and grow professionally. Our teachers create a caring and nurturing atmosphere that fosters each child’s creativity and positive self-image.
Kelly Bywater | Principal
Ever since I was little I knew I wanted to be a teacher or at least look after children.
You could always find me wherever the kids were. I decided to study Educare and once I completed my studies I left to go overseas to teach in an International School.
I worked in the Early Childhood Education Department as a pre-school teacher for 4 years, after that I became head of department where I looked after a team of teachers as well as 180 little souls. I loved every minute of being able to do what I love but made a decision to come back to my beautiful country to be with my family and friends.
I found a school that was ready to be sold and it was a sign that I was supposed to be here. I bought it, renovated it and made it my own…. That was when Kiddylicious was born.
I wake up every morning to a place where children laugh, learn and have fun…. what more could anyone ask for! In 2016 after running Kiddylicious Somerset West for 2 years I decided to take the leap and expand.
I trained my staff to run the school with the same love and passion that I have. This would give me more time to concentrate on starting Kiddylicious Parklands North.
Cindy Mossay | Teacher
I describe myself as loving, caring, passionate, hardworking and innovative.
I have a huge passion for kids. This passion is reflected in my experience.
I have years of teaching experience; Sunday school and doing Au pair work overseas.
I will go the extra mile for your kids as they all hold a big space in my heart.
" Our teachers create a caring and nurturing atmosphere that fosters each child’s creativity and positive
Roché Reed | Assistant Principal
I have been teaching in early childhood development (ECD) for 12 years.
The reason why I choose to do this as my career is for the following reasons: All children have the right to an education. They have the right to be loved and protected while their parents are at work. Receiving the love in return from these children makes my world go round and I feel content that they are in good hands.
I enjoy teaching them through play as playing is a very important part of any child’s life. What is really important to me is that a child is loved and feels loved.
I love being creative with them and making beautiful art activities with them, I believe that a child must get dirty as it is all part of the fun. Love, laughter, joy, happiness and peace is a very big must for me as I believe that when you have all these aspects in your classroom, it will be a happy place.
I feel that I am moulding these little children into great adults and always make them believe and encourage them that they can do anything and be anything they imagine to be.
It is a great privilege to teach other parent's children as it is a big trust to leave your baby with someone else.