Our Educational Home
Little Star Daycare offers an environment which has been carefully studied in order for every child to have direct contact with nature. This International school is the innovative pilot project which has created the “Little Star Educational Format for Citizens of the Planet Earth” linked to the UN Human Rights. Our free and informal environment will ease the children’s transition from home to school. The villa is structured on two floors: our Nursery on the upper floor and our Kindergarten on the lower floor. All our rooms are brightly illuminated with windows that open up onto our gardens. All our educational materials are specifically selected to stimulate each child’s creativity. The beautiful grounds that surround the villa are designed to provide our little friends with an assortment of fun-packed and educational activities.
All our families at Little Star enjoy our home-made breakfast in the tea room. A convivio in a suspended time! Made up of chats, hot teas and “madeleines” which take us back to days gone by!
Our nursery offers a nurturing “home away from home” environment with the best quality childcare emcompassing a wide range of stimulating learning opportunities. It has recently been decorated and furnished to encourage the child’s emotional, social and physical development with a “cuckoo corner”, role play areas, soft area and lots more, all conceived to offer a secure but “free” environment for your child.
Our internal kitchen offers high quality and fresh Mediterranean and Biological food in respect of different religions and special vegetables from our vegetable patch: poppies, carrots, lentils and much more!
Our Kindergarten environment offers a safe and caring environment that encourages children to learn, explore and discover. It hosts various areas that are of special interest including engaging and specific materials where children can use their bodies, senses and their emerging problem-solving skills to learn and make sense of their world in meaningful ways.
The English language represents a way for children to be able to enter a future world of work. It has been widely acknowledged and demonstrated that children who are exposed to a second language between 0 and 7 years of age do not run the risk of delayed linguistic abilities and furthermore develop greater general cognitive skills in the long run (Neuron Review, 9th September 2010).
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