Telephone: +49 / 40 / 24 870 658
Fax: +49 / 40 / 248 707 54
The children are warmly welcome at our fine premises; we provide supervision during kindergarten times, and take care of the children’s physical, mental and intellectual wellbeing.
We create framework conditions in which children can act independently, depending on their level of development. Among many other things, this means providing attractive, well laid out group areas, and an outdoor area with a wide range of playing stimulation. By arrangement and in accordance with rules established together with them, the children can move freely throughout the entire centre, including visiting and playing in other rooms.
Playing is an essential part of childhood, and is the most important way for children to explore themselves and their environment (e.g. through role plays, construction games, exercises and singing, and non-simulation games. Childhood experiences are primarily gained through playing.
Those who play speak, listen, are brave, feel, and are not alone!
To promote playing development, and encourage the children’s independent personalities, it is important to give them opportunities to experience things and trust their own actions. The children set their own goals, which enables them to assess themselves better, and allows real successes to be achieved.
We perform our educational tasks as a family-supporting child-care facility, always in close co-operation with parents.
… are located in the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences building.
… have been fitted out by a reputable company specialising in designing day-care centres.
… include a large outdoor area designed as a semi-natural exercise space.
… are approx. 50 in total, aged 1-6 years
… are distributed over three groups.
… regularly undergoes advanced training according to the latest findings in teaching and developmental psychology.
... consists of the day-care management and two educational specialists per group, a relief staff member, and a kitchenhand.
The focuses of our educational work
… are geared around the Hamburg educational recommendations for child day-care centres
and take into account the following aspects of education:
- The body, exercise and health.
- Social and cultural environment.
- Communication: Language, written culture and media.
- Artistic creativity
- Basic mathematical knowledge
- Basic scientific and technical knowledge
… include intercultural education.
… are geared around the children’s needs and life issues.
… supplied by an external caterer specialised in day-care centres, and which provides regional, partly organic food.
… based on the principles of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährung e.V. (German Society of Nutrition).
Take the U3 to Berliner Tor or the U1 to Lohmühlenstraße.
Enrolment and counselling
… Visitation and counselling by appointment.
We look forward to welcoming your child!
Day care centre management
Telephone: +49 / 40 / 248 70 - 658
Fax: +49 / 40 / 248 70 - 754
Mon - Fri 7.30 am - 5.30 pm