We learn together,

about each other


For many children, kindergarten is the first time in a community without a parent. Here, they begin to learn how to live peacefully with their peers. It is their first chance to experience how to find solutions in social situations that are right for everyone.

To succeed, they need to practice how to pay attention to the feelings and wishes of others, while also developing the ability to express their own feelings and will. It is a lengthy learning process with several conflicts, so we pay a lot of attention to being present in these situations to help the children find a solution together by asking the right questions.

We support them with different techniques in being able to express their feelings. In our mixed age groups, children can also learn a lot from each other.