In 2010 I completed a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care in Australia. On completion of this course I have an advanced understanding of all facets of childcare.
I am Hungarian born, however I have resided in Australia, UK & Switzerland for the past 14 years. I am fluent in English (written / verbal) and Hungarian.
I have learnt how to foster physical, emotional, social, as well as emotional and psychological development in early childhood. I have quality skills in promoting language and communication development, planning for the inclusion of children with extra needs and organize experiences that facilitate and enhance children’s development.
I have a solid career background in child care (child care centers & a nannie) and have been working in the industry for ten years in Australia, UK, Switzerland and Hungary.
Being passionate, enthusiastic and enjoying working with children, giving them a high standard of early learning education and watching them reach all of the important, yet imperative milestones is truly a career that I am very passionate about. I know that my work plays a crucial role in shaping the lives of future generations.
I am also creative and transfer my creativity by involving children in various activities that are fun and contributes to their learning.
I returned to Hungary in March 2018, after having my first baby at the end of October in Geneva. I have launched LadyBug Care to continue working with children.
LadyBug Care is a special, English language child care service inside a luxurious Family Daycare where we can PLAY and LEARN, this kind of care is unique in Budapest, all activities are done in English language.
I strongly believe “Science indicates that babies’ brains are the best learning machines ever created, and that infants’ learning is time-sensitive. Their brains will never be better at learning a language than they are between 0 and 4 years of age.” LadyBug will care for children aged 20 weeks – max. 4 years.
Being a mother my self, I know all to well that sometimes tasks are completed efficiently with out having your child, and lets face it, sometimes we just need a break in order to be the best parent we can be !