Mr Clayton Mullins has been working with children since 2007. He has experience with lower income groups in South Africa, as well as with children in elite private schools in multiple settings. Mr Mullins holds a Master of Arts in Education from the University of London, and a Post Graduate Certificate of Education from Rhodes University.
Mr Mullins values the importance in growing teachers’ potential, as this ultimately positively impacts the child’s education and development. He gained experience in this while working as a part-time lecturer with Higher Diploma in Early Childhood Education students, at the Yew Chung Community College, (now known as the Yew Chung College of Early Childhood Education). Mr Mullins is an advocate for the necessity of quality early childhood education, and recognises the significance of the formative years of a child. He has high value for the individual uniqueness of each child, as well as for the role in which education environments influence a child’s learning and development.
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