Philosophy of education

At our kindergarten, we believe in providing a comprehensive education that caters to the diverse needs of each child. Therefore, we draw inspiration from both the Montessori and Reggio Emilia approaches.

Following the Montessori methodology, we offer a wide range of meaningful and educational toys that promote the development of preschool children. From mosaics and puzzles to construction blocks and embroidery, these toys engage children in hands-on learning experiences.

In line with the Montessori principles, our mixed-age groups consist of children aged 2 to 6 years old. This setting encourages communication and cooperation, as younger children learn from their older peers while acquiring preschool skills at an accelerated pace. Simultaneously, older children gain a sense of importance and fulfillment by assisting their younger counterparts, fostering a strong sense of community and support. Additionally, siblings have the opportunity to be in the same group, further enhancing their motivation to learn and boosting their self-confidence.

Furthermore, we embrace the philosophy of Reggio Emilia, renowned worldwide for its effectiveness in preschool education. Our approach recognizes each child as a unique, independent, curious, and imaginative individual. We empower children to think independently, explore their interests, and embark on their own learning journeys. We foster a culture of respect for oneself and others.


We see each child as a strong, unique, independent, curious and imaginative person. We encourage children to think independently, to explore and to start their own individual journey of discovery. We teach them to respect themselves and others.


The environment plays a vital role in our educational approach, as we view it as the “third teacher.” We continually update and design our environment to meet the needs and interests of the children. Collaboration between children, parents, and teachers is central to creating a nurturing and inspiring space.


Our educators are not just transmitters of knowledge; they are collaborators and co-creators with the children. Their primary role is to spark interest, provide guidance, inspire, and support. Teachers encourage critical thinking, cooperation, and independent knowledge creation.


We carefully select educational tools and materials that are attractive, engaging, and culturally appropriate. Natural and recycled materials are integrated into our curriculum, allowing children to interact with their senses and explore through observation, touch, smell, and more.


Our curriculum is flexible and emerges from children’s interests, ideas, and questions. Educators observe and facilitate the creative process, encouraging mutual interaction and discussions.


We strive to build strong and positive relationships with parents, considering them integral members of our educational community. Parents are invited to actively participate in projects, events, and the daily life of our kindergarten alongside their children.

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