Groups and Premises of the KiTa Kiebitzweg

Our child day care centre was founded in 1993 and consists of 4 groups.

Raben Group
Small group of mixed ages with 15 children in each group aged from 4 months to approximately 3 years, some of which are children with special needs under 3 years of age
Rotkehlchen Group
Small group of mixed ages with 15 children in each group aged from 4 months to approximately 3 years, some of which are children with special needs under 3 years of age

 

Pinguin Group
Main focus group with 20 children aged from 3 years up to school starting age (in each case with up to 5 children with special needs)
Papageien Group
Main focus group with 20 children aged from 3 years up to school starting age (in each case with up to 5 children with special needs)

 

We understand our facility with its varied rooms as our living space which is suited to the interests and needs of the children.
We ensure that the various play areas in our rooms and corridors radiate warm, inviting atmosphere that they offer a configuration suitable for children as well as areas for movement and retreat.

Each group is assigned to two rooms which are individually designed.
In the group and side rooms and corridor areas there are areas for building and construction, movement opportunities, discovery and experimentation, creative layout, cooking and baking, role play, reading and story telling, lots of play and activity materials which are freely accessible to the children.
The adjoining and lovely laid out dormitories offer each child its own bed to rest and sleep (U3 group).
The exercise room allows the children lots of ways to experience movement. Beside wall bars, various rocking opportunities, the children have a large selection of apparatus and building materials at their disposal.
The therapy room among other things is used by the various therapists in order top work with the children who have special needs in a 1:1 situation, in a focussed and individual manner.
Under the supervision of a specialist in our workshop single children can experience use of materials, raw materials and the use of the most varied tools.
Also the generous outside area with its wide-ranging opportunities invite the small and larger children to move around climbing, balancing, swinging, rocking, riding, driving, sliding, playing in the mud, hiding ...and fooling around. As a particular highlight the big pirate ship is the centre of attention and the nibble garden with its group assigned vegetable beds.