Daily routine

Corporate daily structure

07.30 – 9.00 start
09.10 tidying up for pre-school children
09.15 splitting of group (Pre-School & Little Learners)
14.00 – 14.30 first pick-up period (free play)
14.30 – 15.00 snack time for all
15.00 – 15.30 offers / free play
15.30 joint tidying up
15.45 closing ceremony (reflecting the day, singing together)
16.00 – 18.00 second pick-up period (free play inside / outside)

Little Learners structure

09.30 tidying up
09.45 circle time (color sun, singing games, narrating, reading out, etc.), in German and English
10.15 start of the offers (games, learning colors, promotion of fine motor skills etc.)
tidying up
10.45 playing outside on the playground
11.55 Little Learners go inside (washing hands, taking places – confirmed seats)
12.00 singing together – lunch
12.30 playing outside on the playground
13.00 – 13.45 Little Learners return to the kindergarten (teethbrushing , quiet time with one teacher)

Pre-School structure

09.30- 9.45 morning circle in pre-school room (color sun, wheather, infos etc.)
09.45 – 10.30 free studying at the learning centres
10.3 0- 11.15 guided sequence (working sheets, learning in groups)
11.15 – 11.30 free play
ab 11.45 playing outside on the playground
11.50 Pre-school kids go inside (washing hands, taking places – onfirmed seats)
12.00 singing together – lunch
12.30 playing outside on the playground
13.30 – 14.00 Pre-school kids return to the kindergarten (teethbrushing)
14:20 – 14:45 Journal time

Sports day

TagesplanOur sports teacher Michael Davis joins us twice a week. He does one session with the “little ones” and the other with the “big ones”. As the children need to be trained according to their age we have split the group and gathered positive experience.

DaZ (German as a second language)

We offer daily German classes for those children with little or no command of German. Children with no German are gathered in one group where the new language is playfully introduced by using picture books, games etc. Children who already speak and understand a little German form the second group where we focus on grammar and pronunciation.