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Australian Bushfires: Little Steps to Rebuilding Our Community

From lemonade stands and fundraiser barbecues through to stitching joey pouches for young orphaned animals, even the littlest Australians are doing their bit to support those devastated by the bushfires. Children and educators attending Bambinos Childcare centres are activating several initiatives to support the communities from bushfire-ravaged areas. And to bolster their efforts, G8 Education …

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Help A Farmer Fundraiser – Bambino’s Kindergarten Caringbah Barn Dance!

  07 September 2018 from 17:30-19:30 Bambino’s Kindergarten Caringbah, 86 Crammond Blvd, Caringbah, NSW 2229 Australian farmers are going through devastating times at the moment and need all the support they can get.  Our Center Manager Aleysha lives in the south coast were many local farmers are struggling and I want to make a difference. …

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Flexible Hours – The need to know

When the government’s new Child Care subsidy was introduced, the Westwood family thought that they would be better off. The reality however was that the out of pocket fees for their two children to attend early learning five days a week increased. This is because the amount of subsidised hours offered by the government under …

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Muddy Play at Bambinos Horningsea Park

By Sarah Murray, Centre Director at Bambinos Horningsea Park  This week at Bambinos Kindergarten Horningsea park, we saw the introduction of our mud kitchen into our sustainable garden environment. What an incredible experience this has been! We have seen mud cakes, dinner parties and lots of exploration and creative play occurring across all ages. Mud …

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Celebrating NAIDOC Week 2017

By Kylie Pearce NAIDOC Week commences this year from Sunday 2nd July 2017 to Sunday 9th July 2017.  Celebrations are held across Australia each July, during the first full week, to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians …

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