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Leanne Sunarya

Leanne has rich experience in education (early childhood through to primary) for over 30 years, having had a variety of diverse teaching and leadership opportunities in Australia and Singapore. Leanne perceives the child as a creative, curious and intellectual person and believes in fostering respectful relationships that enable the community to engage in innovative and dynamic inquiry-based learning. In her role with EtonHouse, Leanne mentored principals and curriculum coordinators and worked with teachers to ensure the quality of the early childhood education offered to children in the schools.

Recent Posts

6 Tips To Encourage Positive Behaviour In Children

Are there any drawbacks to offering a reward (for example, a fun trip or activity, toy or game, money) to children for doing well in school? 

Everyone, adults and children alike, appreciate knowing they have done a good job. The danger in offering rewards, however, is that the result comes from an extrinsic motivation rather than an intrinsic one. This suggests that motivation is...

How Do You Nurture Self-Help Skills In Your Child?

 "To succeed in the real world, you need to be able to fail," Dr Ken Ginsburg, a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, once said. For children - as they learn to take the initiative to manage themselves, they begin to learn vital life skills essential for the 21st century.

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