Play School  :  Overview


Kimmba has rapidly established itself as one of Australia’s most innovative and trusted bilingual preschool education institutions since 2007. Families appreciate the wide range of language learning programme types we have been using in order to suit different family situations, a child’s age and timetables.

Welcome to Kimmba Play School at Westfield Shopping Centre

Kimmba Play School is the first Play School in Australia that's providing the broader community the language skills and promoting the acceptance of families and children who come from different nationalities and backgrounds and who speak different languages. At Kimmba, 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 migrants, we would like to see multiculturalism in Australia continue to succeed and in doing so promote the diversities of the world’s cultures without any language barriers, therefore, everyone can become the star of their own language: Mandarin Stars, German Stars, Spanish Stars, and many many stars of your origin. 

Recent research has shown that once good learning habits have formed the foundation for a child from a very young age, in relation to know how to obtain information from the world around him, then, they are more than likely to succeed in their future academic study and later develop into an individual who is sociable and well balanced. This concept is exactly what Kimmba Play School's various types of preschool bilingual learning program offers.

Kimmba has been operating Playgroups in the Doncaster area since 2007 in a Not-For Profit setting prio to Play School. We were the very first multi language playgroup in Victoria that continues into the Play School today at Westfield Shopping Town Doncaster and Westfield Southland.

News & Press Articles

Being bilingual may help autistic children, says new study

A new study has found that children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) may have an easier time switching between tasks if they learn a second language.

Kimmba Play School has won a 2017 Service Award for which less than 5% of businesses qualify

Kimmba has won a 2017 Service Award for which less than 5% of businesses qualify! 🎉🎉🎉 Special thanks to all the parents who appreciate the progress Kimmba children have made with Kimmba, and always trust and support us. We will continue to provide high-quality services and more innovative programs to all our precious children. Thank you so much for your reviews and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Babies not confused when learning two languages

Babies that are exposed to more than one language are soaking it up without confusion, according to researchers.