Our goals:

  1. We support the natural process of a child's independence through the transition from the family environment to the institutional education system, while respecting the bond between mother and child according to John Bowlby's principles
  1. We develop and appropriately complement the talents and abilities that the child naturally possesses in their individual makeup and family environment
  1. We foster the ability to share one's talents and gifts with the collective, teaching children to perceive differences as opportunities for generosity
  1. We prepare the child for their future school attendance, enabling them to be a creative and valuable contribution to any environment they enter
  1. We monitor the individual development of each child and document their maturation process
  1. We impart values of humanity, mutual love for others, selfless assistance, and willingness to help
  1. We guide children to recognise that even the smallest actions they take in life can contribute to the common good

Content of education:

  • The German language is taught in a playful manner, with the consent of parents
  • We incorporate an ecological dimension into our teaching in line with Pope Francis' encyclical Laudato Si
  • With the youngest children, we focus on successfully achieving self-care activities such as dressing, eating, and hygiene
  • We develop children's speech and conversation skills, along with communication abilities
  • Comprehension of spoken and written words, as well as story retelling, are emphasized
  • We encourage the development of children's artistic expression and monitor their individual progress
  • Proper pencil grip is practised and children are prepared for school attendance
  • A relationship with music and art is fostered, promoting musical abilities
  • We teach the basics of simple mathematics and geometry
  • Logical thinking is developed through play, educational toys, and exercises
  • We work with information and learn to categorize based on what we have seen and heard
  • Nature and the surrounding environment are explored, especially during educational walks
  • We are learning to recognize the natural cycle of the day, week, year, seasons, holidays, and Catholic celebrations
  • Road safety is taught and practised during daily walks
  • We explore interpersonal relationships, learn etiquette, and cultivate consideration for others
  • We address emotions, teach sharing and borrowing toys, and help children process anger, sadness, and joy
  • Through the use of building blocks for kids, spatial and technical skills are developed
  • We enhance motor skills through exercises and balancing activities, promoting healthy feet
  • In outdoor activities, we engage in group games such as soccer and basketball.
    And much, much more.