Would you like to have your child grow up a bilingual citizen of the world? We are the right place for you!
Our teaching philosophy is to provide a happy, safe and nurturing environment where children develop confidence and grow as individuals. This fundamental aim has influenced us to incorporate the Reggio Emilia teaching philosophy into our program. Together with the Multiple Intelligences teaching methods, developed by Dr. H Gardner in 1983, that are integrated into our bilingual early educational program in either the morning or afternoon sessions, our unique program has daily activities which include: circle time, reading, music, singing, physical movement, show & tell, art & craft, role play and story time (all taught bilingually).
We believe that a society that accepts its peoples colours, races, languages, and even religions, is a successful, well-functioning society and one in which we would like our children to live and grow. As Australias migrant populations grow by thousands daily, we would like to see multiculturalism in Australia continue to succeed and in doing so, promote the diversities of the worlds cultures without any language ...read more
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My daughter has been attending Kimmba for about 6 months, and we all absolutely love it! She is happy to say goodbye to me in the morning, and just start playing. All carers are loving and sweet there, and take great care of all the kids. You can tell they get along with each other as well, which creates a very calm and lovely atmosphere in the centre. They have lots of activities with kids and are very gentle about allowing kids to explore what they are interested in. My daughter is already saying things in Mandarin like numbers, colours, short phrases, and sings songs. I visited lots of centres before choosing Kimmba, and we couldn't be happier.
My son has attended Kimmba since he was 10 months old and it has become one of his most enjoyed things in the world to go to daycare for the day and see his friends. The staff are wonderful and very accommodating - they obviously care for the children and also show care to the parents. A small centre means good attention, lots of one on one time and very guided care and learning. We found Kimmba by accident but we are so glad we did - my son loves it and I look forward to Kimmba being a part of his day to dayactivities for many years to come. Recommend if you are looking for a day care option in the area you go and visit and meet Marisha and her team.
Our daughter has attended Kimmba Bilingual Early Learning Centre for over a year and it is a fantastic place. The centre is run very smoothly and efficiently and the staff are absolutely lovely - they are all caring and friendly and enthusiastic and make a real effort to make the transition to daycare easy for both the child and the parents! It's a small centre so the kids get lots of attention, don't get 'lost in the crowd' and it seems to mean, in our case at least, that our daughter doesn't pick up all sorts of illnesses like kids in bigger centres. They do a variety of really good activities so she learns all sorts of things that we don't do at home (like fun craft activities and learning Chinese!) And perhaps because it's small, she's made some really good friends who she looks forward to seeing each week. Best of all, our daughter LOVES going. She looks forward to her 'Kimmba days' and literally RUNS inside when we arrive. It is hard to get her to attention long enough toread more