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Tallinna Endla Lasteaed

Tallinna Endla Lasteaed

Endla 21, 10122, Tallinn, Estonia - +3726609837

description of organisation

Tallinn Endla Kindergarten was opened on in 1952 and is situated in the centre of Tallinn on Endla street. The kindergarten got 65 years pre-school educational experiences. There are 4 groups in the kindergarten: one of them is for children up to 3 years old and 3 other groups are for children over 3 years of age. Alltogether there are 95 children in our kindergarten. Working language in kindergarten is Estonian. There are 10 teachers, including teacher of music and teacher of gymnastics. Tallinn Endla Kindergarten helps to prepare children for school and in cooperation with parents it carries out development, up-bringing and education of children, taking into consideration specific features of each child, interests and principles of family education.
Our kindergarten most imprtant values is: koostöö (co-operation) ausus (honesty), sallivus (tolerance) , sõbralikkus (friendliness)
Children can participate in different activities in kindergarten: art course, music, football, ceramics, dancing, English and judo.
Traditions are implemented into kindergarten work, e.g. Mihkli and Christmas fairs, kindergarten´s birthday, Estonian Independence Day etc. Besides celebrating traditional activities in kindergarten, very important are national and international health days, e.g. Heart Week, Bread Week etc. Tallinn Endla Kindergarten belongs to network of kindergartens aiming to educate children on health. Principle activities: developing a healthy environment; developing a healthy way of living; developing and strengthening cooperation between children and personnel.
More information about our doings and events at kindergarten is available at:

This organisation is accredited to run projects under Erasmus+ Volunteering and the European Solidarity Corps.

Scope Volunteering

Role Expiry date
PIC: 910789164 OID: E10010096
Last updated on 09/02/19

Organisation topics

Teaching and learning of foreign languages

Health and wellbeing

Creativity and culture