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
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Our premises

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.

Price list

Monthly costs, excluding meals.

Valid from September 2022

Attendance
Half-day (until 1 p.m.)
Standard (until 3:30 p.m.)
Complete (until 6 p.m.)
5 days/week
CZK 13 500
CZK 15 500
CZK 17 500
4 days/week
CZK 12 000
CZK 14 000
CZK 16 000
3 days/week
CZK 10 500
CZK 12 500
CZK 14 500

Meals

All day: CZK 130/day
Half-day: CZK 110/day

Our team

Veronika Maukšová

Veronika Maukšová

Deputy Director

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.

Ester Kaštánková

Ester Kaštánková

Head Teacher

I have been working with children for nine years, ranging from infancy to adolescence. I have taught children in kindergartens and primary schools and studied pre-school and after-school education. Moreover, I have experience in running after-school activities both in Czechia and in England. I approach children with patience and respect and see spending time with them as mutually enriching. Furthermore, I am passionate about music, especially the piano and flute.

Petra Majerová

Petra Majerová

Teacher

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".

Andrea Šírová

Andrea Šírová

Teacher

I see time spent with children as meaningful, which is why I decided to study Pedagogy in high school. After completing my degree in Special Education at Palacký University in Olomouc, I was able to work in a kindergarten or co-ordinate summer camps for children. For me, the meaning of working with children lies in discovering and supporting their strengths and offering them enough stimuli to help them develop their personalities.

Nikola Helšusová

Nikola Helšusová

Teacher

I have completed my studies at the secondary school of pedagogy, and I continue my education at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, in the field of Art Education and Health Education. Working with children has been my call since I was 15, when I started my internships in kindergartens and nurseries. In addition, I gained experience by participating in summer camps. I admire children and their specific view of the world. My goal is to keep this perspective as long as possible and keep developing it, so they can solve problems with a smile and never stop playing.

Victoria Burton

Victoria Burton

Native Speaker

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.

Jitka Hadravová

Jitka Hadravová

Caretaker

Although my daughter is now a grown woman, the time when she was a little girl discovering the world was the most beautiful period of my life. And that is why I have been working in kindergartens for seven years now—I just feel happy among children. In my spare time, I read, grow orchids, cultivate herbs, and go hiking in the woods.

Nikoleta Demčáková

Nikoleta Demčáková

Assistant

I am originally from Slovakia and came to Prague in 2016. I finished my studies in Psychology at the University of New York Prague. During my internship at EduArt, I found out that working with children is what really fulfils me in life. For me, children are a source of endless energy, positivity, and creativity, and every day spent with them is unique. My hobbies include drawing, photography, reading books, and walking my dog.