Here at Bambini our philosophy is grounded in promoting your child’s interest in play-based learning and encouraging them to ‘seek out answers’.
We believe that harnessing a sense of community, connections and empathy are all key to raising socially aware young citizens of the world.
“At Bambini we aim to create an inclusive environment that supports continuous learning for all children and our employees; generating opportunities for each to harness their own identity, explore and extend their interests and also be challenged positively.
Foundation’s integral to support lifelong skills of resilience, social and emotional awareness, respect and friendship in space that is safe is the upmost importance to me, and what we continually strive for….”
Reggio Emilia is a small town located in Northern Italy, where the beginnings of an inspirational education program was launched over 50 years ago, and continues today.
The Reggio Emilia approach is internationally known for its influences on the education and care of all children.
This learning has become a source of motivation for educators within the industry, to promote children’s development through experiences, which engages them to explore, discover, inspire, prompting young minds in their imagination, and challenging their thinking.
The Reggio Emilia Approach provokes a richness of learning in an environment that scaffolds children’s learning in play spaces to make their learning visible.
Loris Malaguzzi was the founder of the Reggio Emilia educational philosophy. In 1963, he began working with the cities administration on opening the first municipal schools. He had a vision to inspire young children, for lifelong learning.
Loris Malaguzzi wrote the inspiration the hundred languages poem that we connect with so much here at Bambini.
We believe that ingraining a sense of community, connections and empathy are all key to raising socially aware young citizens of the world.
Learning about the individual stories and roles of members of our community drives many questions and conversations amongst children.
We embrace the chance to engage ourselves in our community and collaborate with charities and local groups. Young children are in a stage of rapid development and are able to absorb mountains of new knowledge that interests them.
We branch into our community to provoke new learning opportunities as well as building knowledge about new people, animals and groups that require support.