MANIFEST for successful inclusion and more equal opportunities.
«Help me to do it myself!»
In this spirit, dedicated teachers professionally support 3-6 year old children in German, either for half or full days. The kindergarten is licensed and recognized as a Montessori association.
Kindergarten, not University
Social competence
Long-lasting lessons overwhelm the ability to concentrate. Therefore, songs, verses, and learning content are conveyed only in short sequences. Indepentent and self guided activities are emphasized.
Learning begins with language, which also serves to acquire fundamentals in mathematics. However, it is equally important to teach children social competence as early as possible. 'The limits of one's own freedom are the limits of the freedom of others.' Following this guideline, we show the children how to resolve and avoid conflicts. Helplessness in dealing with others can lead to discouragement and may prevent learners from concentrating on their academic career.
Teaching materials with self-control are preferred. They contribute to minimizing the paternalisation by our teachers.
Pedagogical concept
'Help me to do it myself!' is one of the key principles of Maria Montessori's pedagogy. Valuable didactic teaching materials assist children in developing their perceptual abilities, which are significant for academic learning. Here are our differences in teaching from public kindergarten:
Small groups
The groups are small and mixed in age. This strongly reduces competition among the children. Instead of comparing themselves to others, each child can focus on their own needs.
Necessary materials
All the materials needed to achieve the teaching objectives in kindergarten are available at all times. This allows children to learn at their own pace. Depending on the lesson theme, materials are exchanged or supplemented.
Own learning pace
The kindergarten allows unlimited learning at one's own pace, in contrast to the conventional, time-limited workshop teaching, which is no longer contemporary.
We accompany and support the children in finding their own learning rhythm.
Individual support
School hours
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
8.30 a.m. - 3.45 p.m.

Additional care on Tuesday and Thursday from
3.45 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Self-directed play and work with materials in the prepared environment according to Maria Montessori. Children are holistically and individually supported in small groups.
Forest day
Once a week we eat in the forest and spend the afternoon there.
Sports day
One afternoon per week, we go to the nearby Feldmeilen sports hall.
About us
Esther Luginbühl
Certified Montessori Kindergarten Teacher
Clarita Kunz
MA in Educational Special Needs, Owner/School Director
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      Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
      8.30 a.m. - 3.45 p.m.

      Additional care on Tuesday and Thursday from
      3.45 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.