Rosanne Zammit

Rosanne is our pre-kinder teacher and has been at Noddy’s Kindergarten for 6 years.

She started her career in childcare by volunteering at her children’s school, helping teachers, supervising children and doing activities during break hours. She found herself enjoying caring for and guiding children so much that she decided to follow a career in childcare.

Shortly after, Rosanne obtained a certification in childcare from the Mcast Institute. At Noddy’s Kindergarten, Rosanne feels blessed to be working alongside a group of other highly dedicated teachers.

Rosanne is married to Jesmond and they have two daughters, 23 year old Anthea and 21 year old Adreana, both in University. During her free time, Rosanne loves travelling, reading, swimming, and crafts. Her favourite thing about teaching young children is seeing a smile on their faces.

Angie Wismayer

Working with children is not just a job for Angie; it’s a part of her life, and a part she loves. Angie’s first experience with working with children was 26 years ago, when she starting working at Noddy’s Kindergarten as a Kindergarten teacher for two years.

She resumed this career 7 years ago, where she joined the staff at Noddy’s once again, as a Kindergarten teacher. Angie has gained her Diploma from the Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education (CACHE) VET Award under MQF/EQF Level 4.

Happily married to Francesco and with an 18 year old daughter, Rebecca, Angie is always planning and thinking of how to best provide for ‘her’ kids at Noddy’s Kindergarten on a daily basis. She loves animals, reading, travel, and being by the sea.

Wendy Vella

Wendy’s passion for early childhood education started while she was helping her daughter overcome shyness and lack of concentration. Wendy realised that she could help other children develop in the different aspects of early childhood learning, setting her off on a journey with Noddy’s and our kids.

What Wendy finds most satisfying and rewarding is seeing the children achieve and blossom.

She loves cooking and trying out new recipes. Gardening helps her relax, as do walks with her family. Wendy loves to get creative and she constantly engages the children at Noddy’s Kindergarten in exciting experiences that enhance their imagination.