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Bambino Schools is a result of a project inspired by Bahá’í principles
It started operating in January 1993 with a nursery school then a primary school was introduced in September 1993 and later a Secondary School was introduced in January 1994
The School is located in Lilongwe the Capital city of Malawi and is in Area 15 on plots numbers 248 and 250.
The school is coeducation and operating at a day release. At the moment classes start from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm.
The school is fully operational.
Bambino Schools aim to provide a high standard of education for children of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds. The school endeavours to create a positive dynamic and clean environment within which students can develop their potential in areas of academic knowledge, practical skills, physical fitness, and moral responsibilities.
The school enjoys friendship with various schools like Nabbetorp, Rod, Kjolberg, Slevik in Norway and St. Paul’s School of Gweru in Zimbabwe. There has been exchange of teachers in the field of computer technology, school administration and music.
The secondary school has a relationship with three schools in Senegal and three schools in the United Kingdom (U.K) under British Council. The relationship is based on exchange of curriculum and cultural ideas.
Bambino Schools is a Private, non-profit school for both girls and boys from Nursery School, Primary School and Secondary School catering primarily for Lilongwe Urban children. The schools have been established and operated by Mrs Maina J. Mkandawire with the assistance of Mr Justin R. Mkandawire.
It is registered with the Ministry of Education and is an examination centre for Maneb and Cambridge International Examinations.
They are governed by the Board of Directors of Bambino Schools and are administered by a Managing Director. The Board of Directors is the Sole authority responsible for the financial planning of the school, setting school fees, creating policy, hiring teachers and providing the conditions of service for staff