About our Burnaby Preschool
Located in Burnaby, the preschool is a service and outreach to the community from New West Church. Our purpose is to promote a safe, nurturing, inclusive, educational environment while working collaboratively with Early Childhood Education/Special Needs certified staff, family and community agencies, honoring the diversity of those in our community.
We believe that all children are created in God’s image and are entitled to environments and opportunities that foster positive growth and development, building on the strength and individual needs of each child. We teach children basic Christian concepts as revealed in the Bible.
Parents are entitled to quality, family focused child care, which encourages supportive partnerships between family, school, and community.
The teachers are Christians and licensed Early Childhood Educators/Special Needs certified staff. Our facility is wheelchair accessible.
We welcome preschool aged children from Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam and throughout the lower mainland.
“The Beehive” is an evangelistic outreach of the First Christian Reformed Church of New Westminster. The preschool is a non-profit preschool and operates under a committee of church members, by whom the staff is employed. The preschool began operating in September of 1988 and has been a ministry of the New Westminster Christian Reformed Church ever since. The preschool comprises of three classes a week, ie. Tuesday/Thursday class, Monday/Wednesday/Friday class, and Monday-through-Friday class. All classes begin at 8:45 AM and end at 12:45 PM everyday for both three and four year old children. We operate from Monday to Friday and are closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Mandate for the Beehive Christian Preschool:
- To serve as an outreach and service, from the First Christian Reformed Church of New Westminster, to the community
- To teach children the basic Christian concepts as found in the Bible
- To provide a program that allows 3 and 4 year old children to develop to their fullest potential