Our aims:

• to satisfy the children’s physical and psychological (mental and cognitive) needs and to support our children’s enviromental and multi-cultural education
• to create emotional safety in a cheerful atmosphere, which respects the children’s personalities
• to satisfy the children’s needs for play
• psychic-mental development
• mother tongue education and development
• to develop and encourage the use of English
• to teach them to accept differences
• to support the learning of customs and behavior patterns, which are important from the point of view of socialization and providing children’s freedom.
In our opinion:

• we have to organize the child’s life to emphasise the homely, unfettered atmosphere and provide multi-faceted activities
• The child’s main activity is play, they learn and experience through this activity. In the Mother Goose we help children to develop by providing an optimal personal and objective environment and help the child’s development with an attitude of acceptance.
•  We want to teach children to cooperate and communicate from an early age.
• The task of our education is to develop and improve our children’s personalities, to prepare them for life, to teach them to be sociable, with the help of their parents.

Our tasks:

Our kindergarten creates versatile, harmonious personality development through play and complex activities taking into account the child’s individual needs.

The basic principles behind our educational aims and tasks:
• Educational tendentiousness
• Graded variation of approach
• Playfulness
• Differentiation
• Inclusive approach
• Equal access


The Kindergarten’s image:
Our kindergarten works with small groups of children in a homely, tolerant, loving atmosphere, where we prepare the children for life. The activity within the kindergarten is designed to accommodate the needs of the child and the wishes of the parents to which we will adapt our approach.


Our children are  developing personalities,  whose development is determined by genetics and environmental influences. They like coming to the kindergarten, as they feel good in this community. They respect the adults and their friends. They communicate with confidence and  are open to cooperation with others. They learn by experience and by taking part in activities. They have good motor skills, they enjoy nature and believe in the preservation of the environment. They find pleasure in using their hands, making things, drawing and being imaginative so that they can understand the pleasures of art in its widest sense.  They gain pleasure from developing the English language, and this enables them to develop their communication. Children are active, curious. They are resprectful and successful in the social relationships.