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Przedszkole 147

Przedszkole 147

ul.Gersona 39, 51-664, Wrocław, Poland

p147.wroclaw.szkolnastrona.pl - +48717986771

description of organisation

Kindergarten is an educational institution that operates developing, caring and educating activities. The main objectives of our work defines basis Preschool Education Program. Kindergarten provides children the opportunity to have fun and learn in safe and friendly conditions adapted to individual needs and abilities of children. For us, every child is unique. We create conditions for harmonious development, to be independent and open to new experiences. We ensure that our preschool child gets the key to acquire knowledge, creative exploration and inspiration into action. We belong to a nationwide network of Health Promoting Kindergartens. We realize our own programs: humanitarian education program “Dzieciaki dbają o zwierzaki” ("Kids care about animals"), health education program “Mali Kucharze” ("Little Chefs"), program of physical activity “Dzisiaj jesteśmy sportowcami, jutro będziemy mistrzami” ("Today we are athletes, tomorrow we will be champions"), pedagogical innovation “Świat dźwięków” ("World Sound") using archaic Tibetan instruments. We use active methods of work e.g. research methods, experimental methods, Maria Montessori’s approach, Klanza method of fun and many others. We cooperate with institutions supporting the child’s development. We care about good relations with parents and the local community. Pupils of our kindergarten are children 3 -6 years old. In the nursery there are 5 groups of 25 children: Ladybugs, Bees, Sunshine, Butterflies and Little Ants. Each group has its own name in addition to the national anthem, the code group and intra-group rituals. Kindergarten has its own logo and anthem.

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

Scope Volunteering

Role Expiry date
Receiving05/05/2019
PIC no: 921170783 | Last updated on 24/08/2018

Organisation topics

Creativity and culture

Teaching and learning of foreign languages