About Carrie Rose Consulting
Carrie Rose is a Bachelor trained Early Childhood Teacher, Approved Provider and Pedagogical Leader of Rosie’s Early Learning & Carrie Rose Consultancy. She has 30 years’ experience in Early Childhood education and lead Rosie’s Early Learning to the distinguished Excellent Rating from ACCEQA – only one in 29 long day care services of the 15,000 Nationally across Australia to receive this award.
In 2015 Rosie's Early Learning was awarded ‘Service of the Year’ for QLD from the Australian Family & Early Childhood awards and she has personally been a one in 5 finalists in Director of the Year in 2017 & 2018 in these awards.
Prior to the work at Rosie's Early Learning Carrie Rose was the coordinator of the Children Services team at Southbank Institute where she was recognised for her teaching in adult learning. She was awarded Outstanding Educator of the Year for the Institute and received awards for her online training program developed for students in Early childhood programs.
Whilst at Southbank Institute she was appointed in the inaugural 10 Educational Leaders across the Institute to mentor and develop teachers in educational delivery, student outcomes and innovative teaching methodology.
As a consultant she has works with organizations such as Centracare, Lead Education, Goodstart, Playhouse at University of QLD (St Lucia) and Wesley Mission to name a few in improving educational delivery and practice. Carrie presents pedagogy at many national and international conferences and shares the work of herself, the Educators and children of Rosie's.
Conferences to highlight are:
- Early Childhood Australia 2014 & 2016
- Reggio Australia 2015 Presentation Children’s Rights &
- International conference Future of Education in Florence 2017
- National Early Start research and Practice conference in Wollongong in 2017
- Australian Council for Educational Leaders conference in 2016
- Early Childhood Education conference by ELAA and Gowrie Victoria in Melbourne 2018
Carrie is committed to the community of Logan and better outcomes for young children in Australia. She is a member of the Logan Together Child & Family Chapter and currently leading the project ‘Children Together’ in developing a Charter of Rights and Wellbeing. This will be implemented across all businesses and community groups in the Logan area and move Logan to a recognised ‘Child Friendly City’ in Australia.
She is an advocate influencing how children are viewed in Logan. These projects are contributing to positive outcomes for children. Carrie was invited to join the project who visited the Harlem Children’s Zone in New York in December 2017 to study Geoffrey Canada’s work on underprivileged children’s rights to education. She is part of this ongoing project in Logan currently leveraging from the learnings of New York to develop a mirrored system in Logan.
Professionally Carrie continues to strive to learn. She has engaged in 2 study tours to the Schools of Reggio Emilia (Italy) in 2000 & 2012 and many conferences to gain further insight and innovative educational practice. Rosie's regularly hosts visitors to share practice with the Early Childhood community.