GENERAL EDUCATIONAL GOALS
On the one hand, the goals of kindergarten education reflect the unique developmental potential of each child and, on the other, the needs of society at large. We give children the chance to develop the following fundamental capabilities and abilities:
Social and emotional skills
• Building bonds with others, learning how groups work.
• Self-awareness, self-confidence and self-control.
• Personal expression of needs, feelings and thoughts.
• Decision-making and accepting responsibility for decisions made.
• Conflict resolution.
• Empathy and solidarity with others as well as respect for differences.
• Playing alone and working together in a group.
• Acceptance of boundaries set by an adult and other children.
Physical and cognitive skills
• Intellectual, artistic, musical and gross and fine motor skills.
• Personal hygiene and health.
• Respect for the environment, environmental education.
• Media competence.
• Basic mathematical principles.
• The foundations of reading and writing skills.
• Learning how to learn.
CORE SUBJECT AREAS
After new children has successfully settled in, and are acquainted with the kindergarten and teachers, we dive into the subject that are to be taught. These are:
• Language and Interaction.
• Nature, Science and Experiments.
• Physical Development and Motor Skills.
• Art & Crafts, Music, Media and Culture
• Social Studies and Emotional Intelligence.
• Health and Hygiene.
• Moral Lessons.
Please contact the kindergarten office if you want to get detailed information.