Marge graduated from the Teachers Training College of English in Poland where she was a primary school teacher. When she moved to Ireland she gained her Montessori teacher Diploma in the Portobello Institute then she did her FETAC level 6 qualifications in Supervision in childcare followed by the Bachelor Degree in Childcare awarded by the University of East London. She also has completed an Inclusion Coordinator Training (LINC) at the Mary Immaculate College Ireland. She completed various training in the field of childcare, additional needs and positive parenting and also got the FETAC level 6 train the trainer award.
Marge is the co-owner of 3 busy preeschools in North County Dublin and co-owner of children entertainment company. She is a head of Polish Scouting Association of Ireland that provides Scouting for over 400 children in Irelend.
A mother of a toddler and a teenage boy, and a step mom to teenager in her spare time Marge enjoys travelling with her family and their dog, playing guitar, learning languages and reading psychological books.
Martina graduated from the High School of Social Psychology in Poland where she gained her Masters Degree Psychology and specialised in the field of Pedagogical and psychological help for children with additional needs. During her studies she also graduated from another course in the field of addiction prevention. During her work experience she coordinated with school councellors looking after childrens mental health. When she came to Ireland she worked in preschools and creches and got her FETAC level 6 childcare qualifications and completed the Inclusion Coordinator Training (LINC) at Mary Immaculate College Ireland. She completed many childcare and additional needs courses and worskhops, she is a Manual Handling instructor and Infection Prevention instructor.
Martina is the co-owner of 3 busy preeschools in North County Dublin and co-owner of children entertainment company. She is a director of Animal Therapy Ireland that provides physical and educational support to children by engaging in therapeutic sessions with animals. She is also a director of the Polish weekend school in Dublin.
A mother of two teenage girls in her spare time she loves doing sports, going for long walks with her family and her dog and being a part of the Polish Folk Group.