About Bimbi Early Learning and Kindergarten
Bimbi Early Learning and Kindergarten Airport West was purpose built in 2006 to meet the growing needs of our local community. We deliver high-quality and inclusive early learning for children from birth to the year before school.
We have four rooms running throughout the centre, each dedicated to one age group.
- Blue Wrens Room: for four children aged up to 18 months.
- Fairy Penguins Room: for up to 16 children aged from 19 to 36 months.
- Honey Eaters Room: for up to 22 three- and four-year-old children.
- Lyre Birds Room: our kindergarten program caters for up to 22 children in their year before school.
Each room has a dedicated an inspiring diploma qualified educator or degree trained teacher who is responsible for delivering the educational program. All our educators also hold either a Bachelor in Early Childhood Education, Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care or a Certificate Ill in Early Childhood Education and care. Our educators also hold senior first aid qualifications, which include training in asthma and anaphylaxis. All our educators and teachers ensure strict food safety measures are complied with for children with food tolerances and allergies and the most up to date hygiene measures to mitigate against the risk of any infectious diseases.
To ensure all children receive a quality, inclusive educational program, we support our educators ongoing growth and development through regular professional learning opportunities. These opportunities reflect the latest research techniques ensuring your child receives a more holistic approach to education.
Our educators continually inspire one another by sharing knowledge, ideas and individual interests.
Bimbi Early Learning and Kindergarten is registered with the Department of Education and Training and follow the Educational Care and Services Regulations. We're also registered with the Australian Children's Educational and Care Quality Authority and assessed under the National Quality Standards. Our regular quality improvement processes ensure we continually enhance our educational programs and practice for children.