Movement is Essential
Movement occupies an important place in the psycho-motor development and childhood is the most favorable time for development of motor skills and coordination. Therefore, it is important at this age to offer a variety of motor and sensory activities. In addition to the purely physical benefits of movement, it also stimulates learning, helps concentration, develops self-esteem, respect for rules, and constancy.
It explores the interactions between perception, feeling, thought, movement, and behavior. The moving body is the basis of psychomotor sessions. They allow the child to develop: motor and social skills, autonomy, trust in himself and others, ability to manage emotions. Psychomotor skills stimulate the child's resources, making him get to know himself better and find in himself the key to his own development. It improves the balance between body and mind, contributing to the child's physical, mental and social well-being.
Our English teacher encourages children to enjoy learning through diverse, well-planned and carefully structured activities. English classes are held 3 times a week.
Dance & Rhythmic Gymnastics
They stretch their bodies, develop a sense of rhythm, provoke good coordination of movements. Dance and gymnastics develops self-control, self-confidence, diligence and respect for others ... All this is important for a child's mental and physical development.
Swimmiing lessons allow children to discover new sensations, develop joint and muscle flexibility. It allows them to coordinate their bodies. Children learn to menage and develop their competitive spirit.
Tennis is a sport that requires enormous self-control, concentration and develops both coordination of movements, respect, attention and discipline. Our equipment and facility are specifically adapted for their age (small size court, soft balls and mini net.)
Through gardening, children learn not only how plants are grown, but also develop motor and sensory abilities. Maria Montessori goes even further, speaking of spiritual activity as well. Going through the process of preparing the soil, planting, picking and tasting is fascinating to all children!
Have you ever dreamed of touring snow-covered areas in a sled pulled by dogs? Yes, sometimes dreams come true ... Our little "princes and princesses" are going on wonderful dog sled adventures.
Climbing allows children to gain independence by giving them different sensations from the usual sports. It is a sport that develops identically the upper and lower limbs, stimulates the sense of positioning, the ability of the senses to inform the brain about the position of the body. Climbing also corrects poor posture in children.
Our kindergarten organizes a ski school trips for beginners (from 3y) and for children who already have some skills. The school offers an adapted approach in a very entertaining environment. Training: first steps on the snow, maintaining balance, short runs and more.
Piano lessons develop the intellect and imagination, improve the mind, help to develop the logical thinking and concentration. They form an aesthetic taste and wear joy and pleasure of children.