Meeting The Head Office Team - Introducing Stephanie Migliore
Stephanie joined the Mini Maestros team in 2015 and is our registrar extraordinaire! She looks after over 900 Mini Maestros Head Office students and their families at any given time in her role as Mini Maestros Registrar. Her amazing skill in remembering so many names and individual scenarios, borders on genius. Stephanie’s attention to detail, precision in her work, and her bubbly nature makes her a pivotal member of the team. She is also a fantastic mentor for all Mini Maestros teachers and franchisees with regards to their administrative work. Stephanie is always a delight to work with and we are sure she will continue to spread her wings and continue her wonderful work with the Mini Maestros family.
We interviewed Stephanie about super powers, life advice and deserted islands, here are her answers.
Question 1: Assuming you already have food and water, what 3 things would you take to a deserted island?
My dog and loyal friend - Bella, a tennis ball, and some good music.
Question 2: Who is your favourite band/musician at the moment?
Ed Sheeran and Adele – both are so talented and their music is beautiful.
Question 3: What superpower would you like to have and why?
I would love to have the ability to teleport; being able to visit friends/family easier, having more time in the day, no sitting in traffic! Also to have the power to be able to go back in time, not to change anything – but to relive experiences. I'd give anything to go back to my childhood even just for a day; where there were no smartphones, no social media, and when playing involved being in the yard for hours with a box of buttons, coloured chalk and my imagination.
Question 4: What are 3 pieces of advice you would give to a child as they embark on their life’s journey?
1. Appreciate; not just the usual things, but the small things that we sometimes take for granted – time with loved ones, fresh air, food and water, that person who waved you into the traffic this morning.
2. Learn kindness, compassion and respect; realise that we are no more important than everyone else. Respect the opinions, beliefs and views of others, even if you don’t share them.
3. Accept your mistakes and never stop learning; no one is perfect! Accept that you're human and that you will do things you regret. You will take a wrong turn, hurt someone's feelings, or make bad choices. Be open to making mistakes and embrace them as an opportunity to learn valuable life lessons.
Question 5: What’s the best thing about working for Mini Maestros and being part of the Head Office team?
I love being a part of such a passionate, dedicated and encouraging team of people. We're like a family here. I don’t feel like I have to come to work each day, I want to come to work each day, and that’s important to me.
- What's happening in Term 2?
- Inter-Generational Music Making = Strengthening Friendships Through Songs and Dance by Jo Irwin, Macedon Ranges Franchisee.
- Diving Deeper - Music from Around the World - Janet Collins
- Why Have Concerts? - By Maddy Kelly, Mini Maestros Head of Teaching
- Diving Deeper - Music and Mood Enhancement
- Diving Deeper - Music and Vocabulary By Kitty Skeen - Mini Maestros Bendigo.
- Diving Deeper - Lullaby and good night - hopefully... By Judy O'Neill
- Kodály, Orff, Dalcroze and Suzuki - By Jo Irwin - Mini Maestros Sunbury and Macedon Ranges Franchisee
- New Mini Maestros Customer App
- Diving Deeper - Connection by Maddy Kelly - Mini Maestros' Head of Teaching
- Diving Deeper - Imagination. By Caroline Paterson
- Diving Deeper - Creativity by Kitty Skeen - Mini Maestros Bendigo Franchisee
- Interview with Dr Anita Collins – By Esther Bertram
- Onlooker Learners - By Emma Hart, Former Mini Maestros Head Of Teaching
- Meet The Team - Ally Hvalica
- Music and Intellectual Development - By Alison Cusack & Linda Repic
- Who is your child's best teacher? Part 1 of 2 By Emma Hart - Former Mini Maestros Head of Teaching
- Who is your child's best teacher? Part 2 of 2 By Emma Hart - Former Mini Maestros Head of Teaching
- Diving Deeper - Physical Skills - By Taryn Wright
- Inter-generational music making is building healthy communities
- Writing Music Down - by 3MBS
- Diving Deeper - Social Skills by Kate Rice
- The Importance of Repetition
- Diving Deeper - Learning to listen by Robyn Stewardson
- Meeting The Head Office Team - Esther Bertram - Marketing and Franchise Development Manager
- Meet the Team - Jo Irwin
- Diving Deeper - Imagination and Music By Lisa Marcolin
- Speech Development - Stories from Parents by Annette L. Graham
- Diving Deeper - The Power of Song by Kitty Skeen Part 1 of 2
- Diving Deeper - The Power of Song by Kitty Skeen Part 2 of 2
- Meeting the Head Office Team - Maddy Kelly
- Meeting The Head Office Team - Bruce Fethers - Co-owner & Managing Director
- Diving Deeper - Dance - by Cathy Edgar
- The Senses - By Robyn Grose
- Meeting The Head Office Team - Jennifer Smith - Co-owner & Music Director
- The Power of Music in Expressing Children's Emotions by Chantelle Alvaro
- Play - By Kate Howard
- Relationships - By Ally Hvalica
- Developmental Milestones - By MaryRose Harrison
- Stories From Parents/Grandparents - Bobbie Carroll
- Meeting The Head Office Team - Introducing Monika Szilagyi
- JOY by Tiff Ikin
- Music Education
- Peekaboo Scarves by Emma Hart, Former Mini Maestros Head of Teaching
- All Shapes of the World
- Music Forever
- Children of Tomorrow: Thoughts On Mindful Music Education in the Early Childhood Space
- Nurturing the Love of Music
- Music. Feel it all over.
- Mini Maestros - It's Not Just About The Children.
- The Creative Life
- 5 Simple Ways to Nurture Creativity in Our Children
- Discovering the Joy of Music
- Five Alternative Ways to Say "Well Done!"
- "Good morning Bumblebee"
- A Mini Maestros Moment
- The exchange between teacher and child
- The joy of being a new mum, and the importance of connection learning and play
- BABIES CLASSES - a very special and important time for you and your child.
- 5 Ways To Jam With Your Child At Home
- Was Your First Mini Maestros Class What You Expected?
- Moving to a Steady Beat and the Young Brain
- Learning an Instrument