Child care educator and child playing with paints in classroom at Milestones Kellyville

Our People

Our People

Our educators are knowledgeable about early childhood development and love to celebrate your child’s accomplishments as they grow and learn. In our centre, your child will enjoy plenty of one-on-one attention from our educators. Our approach is child-focused. We are always on the lookout for your child’s interests, personalities and abilities as they grow and change. By working with each child as an individual, we can create personalised educational experiences that boost confidence and grow skills.

Our passionate team come from diverse backgrounds and have the ability to speak in their native languages fluently:

  • Punjabi
  • Hindi
  • Urdu
  • Persian
  • Sri Lankan
  • Maori
  • Sinhala
  • Farsi


We’re an experienced and passionate team, enjoying our work every day.

Meet our Centre Manager

Name: Carlee Dupen

Years in childcare: 11 years

Qualifications: Bachelor of Education birth to 5 years

What makes you passionate about working in childcare? Early Childhood Education is the foundation of learning skills. I feel that as Early Childhood Educators we have the opportunity to really build on a childs love of learning. We are able to witness the first milestones being met and able to support families and children in the progress of their children’s learning.

Wat makes your centre different from others? Our centre is a multicultural centre, due to this we understand ow important it is to celebrate all cultures and be inclusive to everyone. We share positive partnerships with our families which are based on our professional relationships with them, this helps us to understand our families wants and needs and supports us in being able to deliver them with these.

Why do you believe your centre is an excellent choice for parents seeking the best childcare? At Milestones we feel that supporting and working with families is the best way to help children learn and grow. We hold our relationships with families and children as most important.