Bluebird Early Education Cardiff

About Bluebird Early Education Cardiff

Care and Education for Children aged 6 weeks until 5 years

Welcome to Bluebird Cardiff, where children are more than just children; they are leaders in their own learning. They are encouraged to make informed decisions and to maintain a strong connection to their community.

Our purpose-built facility, located in the heart of Cardiff, boasts a variety of incredible features as well as beautiful, inviting play areas. We draw inspiration from the well-known Reggio Emilia approach, ensuring that our Studio spaces promote creativity and curiosity.

Service Details

Enquiry Line:

1300 692 632

Service Number:

02 4062 0498

Find us:

41 Pendlebury Rd, Cardiff, NSW, 2285​

Email us:

cardiff@bluebirdelc.com

Opening Hours

Monday:

7:00am - 6:00pm

Thursday:

7:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday:

7:00am - 6:00pm

Friday:

7:00am - 6:00pm

Wednesday:

7:00am - 6:00pm

Children have access to both natural and manmade environments, allowing them to explore and learn in a variety of contexts. We prioritise high-quality education and care, making every child’s well-being a top priority.

Our curriculum is child-led, which means that children are free to explore and learn through nature-based experiences alongside a planned curriculum, specific to each child’s needs and abilities.

We value family input and actively seek feedback to help individualise each child’s education and outcomes. Bluebird Cardiff values risky and courageous play, encouraging children to take risks and learn from their experiences.

Our Service places a strong emphasis on community. We believe in the power of connections, which is why we interact with the local community, and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds our Service. By immersing children in their community, we foster a sense of belonging and teach them to appreciate their surroundings.

Our on-site kitchen is more than just a place to prepare meals; it is also a space where children can actively participate in the cooking process. This not only teaches them valuable skills, but it also provides them a sense of pride and independence. Our menus cater to a variety of cultures and dietary requirements, ensuring that each child’s nutritional needs are met.

We cannot wait to meet you and your family, working hand in hand for your child’s educational journey.

Meet the Centre Manager

Hello, my name is Shelley and my journey in the Early Childhood Education & Care Sector began in 2007, when I embarked on a traineeship with the goal of obtaining a certificate 3 and continued to invest into the Sector by studying a Bachelor of Early Education Degree.
Over the years, my passion for Early Education has only grown stronger, as I have had the privilege of working closely with young minds and witnessing their incredible growth and development. The first five years of a child’s life are crucial, and being a part of this period is both challenging and immensely rewarding.

One particular approach that has greatly influenced my practice is the Reggio Emilia approach, which was developed by Loris Malaguzzi. This approach places children at the centre of their own learning, recognising them as capable and competent individuals.

As an Early Childhood professional, I strive to empower children to learn through play, take risks, and develop a sense of agency. I believe in fostering an environment of respect and providing opportunities for children to explore and discover their interests. My teaching practices encompass the principles of the Reggio Emilia approach, ensuring that children are active participants in their own learning journey.

I collaborate closely with families, recognising their invaluable role as their child’s first teacher. Building strong reciprocal relationships with children and families is a priority for me, and I actively seek feedback and value their input. I encourage families to be strong advocates for their child’s education and learning, as their involvement and support are crucial in creating a holistic and enriching experience.

I believe by establishing strong connections with children and the community is crucial for fostering a sense of belonging. By engaging in meaningful interactions with children and involving the community in the curriculum, educators can create a positive and inclusive learning environment. These connections can help children feel valued, respected, and supported, which can have a significant impact on their overall well-being and development.

 

Our Facilities

  • Veggie/Herb Garden
  • On-site Parking Available
  • In-house Chef
  • Heating/Air-Conditioning
  • 4 – 6 Seater Prams for Community Excursions
  • Bachelor Qualified Teacher
  • Innovative Outdoor Environments
  • Inviting, Homely Studios
  • Funded Kinder Program
  • Coffee Machine
  • Centre Bus

Our Inclusions

  • All Meals Provided Including Snacks
  • Nappies, Wipes and Sunscreen
  • Sustainability Program
  • Calendar Of Special Events & Cultural Activities
  • Regular Excursions & Incursions
  • Centre Pets
  • In-House Cooking Lessons
  • OXANDA App – Parent communication tool for daily journals and learning stories
  • 9, 10 or Full Day Sessions – available to maximise your Childcare Subsidy and minimise out of pocket costs

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