With its elegant lines, abundance of light and space for days, our building (designed by renowned modernist architect W.M. Dudok) may just be the perfect setting for a preschool. In our infant group, for one, we have created several corners where your child can discover various toys and other play products. We have clearly marked these spaces out for our youngest ones, to serve as an orientation aid and give them a sense of safety.
We often divide the toddlers into smaller groups, so we can engage in activities with more focused attention: while one group stays inside to look at picture books, the other group heads outdoors for play and exercise. We prepare our oldest toddlers for elementary school by focusing on subjects such as language and arithmetic. We have a separate, safe infant garden on the roof terrace, where we can keep an eye on the younger and older toddlers as they play outdoors.
Our activities are seasonally based, so when the apples are ripe for the picking, we turn them into apple sauce or apple fritters. And when chestnut season rolls around, we love to use these gifts of nature for all kinds of crafts. We provide easy, complimentary parking right outside our building.