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What are our nurseries like? They are liked by children!

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For us, a nursery is a place of care, gradual learning of independence, discovering the abilities and preferences of the child and the world around them.

In our nursery institutions, we put a lot of emphasis on education, and learning never comes too early - fifty percent of learning ability develops in the first three years - therefore, we try to give children as much valuable educational content as possible.

We release children’s creative behavior, ensuring a sense of security and comfort of shared activity in a group, we develop logical thinking through puzzles and verbal games. We entertain, teach and satisfy the natural curiosity of the children!

Bilingualism

Knowing the enormous potential of young children, we have a great responsibility not to waste it. That is why we get children used to the English language already in the nursery - we familiarize them with its melody and teach the first words using the method of linguistic immersion.

A teacher of English conducts classes in a nursery group for one hour a day. In addition, some of the educators in the facility speak only English, so children have the opportunity to interact with the language also on the playground, during brushing teeth or in the cloakroom. This allows the children to learn a new language in a natural way, eliminating barriers that arise while traditional teaching.

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Knowing the enormous potential of young children, we have a great responsibility not to waste it. That is why we get children used to the English language already in the nursery - we familiarize them with its melody and teach the first words using the method of linguistic immersion.

A teacher of English conducts classes in a nursery group for one hour a day. In addition, some of the educators in the facility speak only English, so children have the opportunity to interact with the language also on the playground, during brushing teeth or in the cloakroom. This allows the children to learn a new language in a natural way, eliminating barriers that arise while traditional teaching.

Motor skills development

The nursery period is an extremely important time in the development of children's motor skills. The more motor skills the child learns in the first period of life, the better we will develop his or her movement coordination and concentration, which will facilitate performance of all manual activities in the following years.

Gross motor skills includes all of the extensive movements in which the whole body or a large part of it, e.g. hands and legs, are involved. Children walk more and more steadily, grasp, stand on tiptoes or climb. Movement games, ball games or small challenges on the structures located in our gardens are an ideal stimulus and exercises for the development of gross motor skills. The Academy International's private playgrounds are designed so that children could regularly enjoy outdoor games in safe conditions.

On the other hand, to make the child's hands cooperate with them, we dress dolls and create! Children at the nursery age love to draw, paint or make things from clay, so together we do various artistic works, the effects of which can later be admired by the parents. This is what we call the stimulation of coordination on the eye-hand level, i.e. the development of the so-called fine motor skills.

It is with great satisfaction that we can see how children from the Academy International nursery groups make progress and how they develop comprehensively on a daily basis.

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The nursery period is an extremely important time in the development of children's motor skills. The more motor skills the child learns in the first period of life, the better we will develop his or her movement coordination and concentration, which will facilitate performance of all manual activities in the following years.

Gross motor skills includes all of the extensive movements in which the whole body or a large part of it, e.g. hands and legs, are involved. Children walk more and more steadily, grasp, stand on tiptoes or climb. Movement games, ball games or small challenges on the structures located in our gardens are an ideal stimulus and exercises for the development of gross motor skills. The Academy International's private playgrounds are designed so that children could regularly enjoy outdoor games in safe conditions.

On the other hand, to make the child's hands cooperate with them, we dress dolls and create! Children at the nursery age love to draw, paint or make things from clay, so together we do various artistic works, the effects of which can later be admired by the parents. This is what we call the stimulation of coordination on the eye-hand level, i.e. the development of the so-called fine motor skills.

It is with great satisfaction that we can see how children from the Academy International nursery groups make progress and how they develop comprehensively on a daily basis.

Dalton environment

In nursery groups we work in the Dalton environment within the area corresponding to the development of the children. Children are motivated to act through support and acceptance.

From the beginning, we encourage children to be self-reliant and consequently we do not do for them things they can do themselves. Parents are often surprised that in a short time their children make such a great progress, e.g. in the area of ​​self management activities. Learning to eat, dress or paint is done on the basis of trial and error, and although it sometimes requires time, we let the child feel satisfaction, for example due to successful button fastening.

We also teach children teamwork, playing together, singing, dancing but also celebrating birthdays. From the beginning, the children learn that sometimes the result depends on the common work of many people, and helping a friend can bring joy and satisfaction to both parties.

In working with children, we use such Dalton tools as the day plan, the Dalton clock, allowing children to place themselves in the abstract concept of time or the birth calendar.

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In nursery groups we work in the Dalton environment within the area corresponding to the development of the children. Children are motivated to act through support and acceptance.

From the beginning, we encourage children to be self-reliant and consequently we do not do for them things they can do themselves. Parents are often surprised that in a short time their children make such a great progress, e.g. in the area of ​​self management activities. Learning to eat, dress or paint is done on the basis of trial and error, and although it sometimes requires time, we let the child feel satisfaction, for example due to successful button fastening.

We also teach children teamwork, playing together, singing, dancing but also celebrating birthdays. From the beginning, the children learn that sometimes the result depends on the common work of many people, and helping a friend can bring joy and satisfaction to both parties.

In working with children, we use such Dalton tools as the day plan, the Dalton clock, allowing children to place themselves in the abstract concept of time or the birth calendar.

Organization

Nursery groups range from 7 to a maximum of 18 children. According to our standards, there is one caretaker per 8 children; during the time of going to the playground and while serving meals it is 1 person per 6 children.

Nursery groups at Academy International operate according to the following framework schedule of the day:

9 a.m.-9. 30 a.m. breakfast

9.30 a.m.-10 a.m. English language

10 a.m.-11 a.m.- classes with tutor

11 a.m.-12 p.m. walk / fun

12 p.m. - 12.30 p.m.  dinner

12.30 p.m. -2.30 p.m.  nap

3.15 p.m. -3.30 p.m.  1st afternoon snack

4.15 p.m. -4.30 p.m.  2nd afternoon snack

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Nursery groups range from 7 to a maximum of 18 children. According to our standards, there is one caretaker per 8 children; during the time of going to the playground and while serving meals it is 1 person per 6 children.

Nursery groups at Academy International operate according to the following framework schedule of the day:

9 a.m.-9. 30 a.m. breakfast

9.30 a.m.-10 a.m. English language

10 a.m.-11 a.m.- classes with tutor

11 a.m.-12 p.m. walk / fun

12 p.m. - 12.30 p.m.  dinner

12.30 p.m. -2.30 p.m.  nap

3.15 p.m. -3.30 p.m.  1st afternoon snack

4.15 p.m. -4.30 p.m.  2nd afternoon snack