Kindergarten Prague 2
In a nutshell
- Kindergarten for children from 2 to 7 years
- Opening hours Monday to Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Qualified team of teachers
- Unique educational programme Colourful World
- Support and development of children’s talents
- English as a regular part of daily activities
- Variety of music, art, and physical activities
- Encouragement of natural curiosity and the joy of discovery
- Courses: Creative, Sports, Flute, English with our native speaker
The kindergarten found its home in a recently renovated building in Prague’s Vinohrady district. Children will find an environment that is rich in stimuli, but not overwhelming. We always begin with the idea that the “richness” of a place is not related to quantity, but to quality.
The functional space is cleverly divided into five zones for interactive play, leisure, physical activity, dining, and relaxation. To make it even more enjoyable for the children, we have brought in a piece of nature in the form of natural materials and flowers.
The kindergarten is equipped with tools that develop children’s intellectual and motor skills. All toys are made of wood or certified plastic, and we use Montessori tools to stimulate children’s curiosity.
Monthly costs, excluding meals.
Valid from September 2022
Half-day (until 1 p.m.)
Standard (until 3:30 p.m.)
Complete (until 6 p.m.)
CZK 13 500
CZK 15 500
CZK 17 500
CZK 12 000
CZK 14 000
CZK 16 000
CZK 10 500
CZK 12 500
CZK 14 500
All day: CZK 130/day
Half-day: CZK 110/day
Since childhood, I was certain about what I wanted to do with my life. I studied pedagogy in high school and later went to university. I have experience educating children of all ages, but I decided to work in a place where it all begins.I can't think of a better job than teaching young children and showing them that they are co-creators of this world. I raise my two-year-old daughter in this spirit, as she is my inspiration and my light.
I am a mom of a lovable little boy who makes me happy. During my studies in social work at the university, I had a chance to interact with children. I have also been responsible for dance groups for young people, worked in a children's group, and a maternity centre. I have a degree in Early Childhood Education, and I am constantly striving to further educate myself through various teaching courses. Furthermore, I am a speech and language therapy assistant. When working with children, I try to incorporate dance, music, and art into my work. I follow the motto "Not only we teach the children, but the children teach us".
I graduated from secondary school of pedagogy which I am now following up by studying the field of special education at university. So far I have gained practical experience both in kindergartens and school groups as well as in children's homes and day care centers. I worked not only with intact children but also with those who require a certain form of support. I see working with children as mutually enriching. They are a source of inspiration for me and I admire their immediacy. I love music, I am interested in psychology, I like to read books and spend time in nature, preferably with a dog by my side.
I grew up in Moravia and studied preschool and extracurricular pedagogy. From an early age I was in close contact with music, dance and theater. Art has helped me discover who I am and what I want in life. While working with children, I realized how important the possibility of self-realization and self-expression through creation is in childhood. I also know that as I am a teacher for children, they are also teaching me a lot. My goal in class is to inspire each other with the children and thus work together to build their true "self". In my spare time, I perform concerts with a quartet, where I sing. I also play piano, flute and guitar. I like to try new things that can take me out of my comfort zone.
My name is Victoria, and I'm from the UK. I have lived in Prague for almost 8 years and have spent many of that time working with children of all ages, teaching English and Art. My first experience with children was as a behavioural therapist for autistic children, which sparked my interest in communicating with children in general. I enjoy motivating children to express themselves through art, imagination, and playing, and encouraging them to take an interest in nature and the world around them.
I am the mother of an adult daughter, but the time when she was exploring the world as a child was the most beautiful. And that's why I've been working for the little ones for the seventh year and I'm happy among them. In my spare time I read, grow orchids, herbs at the cottage in the summer and wander in the forest.
I am the mother of a six-year-old boy, and I strive to provide him with an enjoyable form of education through exploration. While my studying at university, I worked as a babysitter. However, I have spent my professional life in marketing and advertising. Nevertheless, I felt the need for a change in my life, and fate led me to EduArt Kindergarten. The environment of the kindergarten and nursery has been a great source of inspiration for me. I would like to continue working with children and contribute to new educational activities in the future. Currently, I spend most of my free time with my family outdoors, either cycling or on the tennis court.
I have been taking care of children for six years, first I started by babysitting, then I started by leading clubs, then I founded and led a suburban camp with elements of speech therapy and experiential pedagogy. Teaching in a kindergarten is also a great experience for me. I am currently studying Speech Therapy at Charles University in association with Special Education, and I plan to continue with a master's degree and subsequent attestation. I see working with children as a mission, as something that fulfills and enriches me tremendously. Children are an inspiration to me in many ways. I try to create a speech therapy program for the child with empathy and so that they enjoy it as much as possible and gradually perceive the progress they are able to make. I trust my intuition and my appreciation is a child's smile after an activity or a new success. In speech therapy prevention, I pay attention to the principle of minimal action, short-term and feeling the child's point of attention so that the exercises are effective and fun.
I have studied psychology at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University and worked in a private kindergarten. In addition I have an experience from a center for children with disabilities and autism. I also worked as a consultant at the Safety Line for Children. I established myself professionally as a school psychologist and psychotherapist for adults and adolescents. I focus on working with teachers because they are the key people who have a great influence on children and are for them great support and role model.