Evang. KiTa und Krippe St. Georgen

* Krippe 0 - 3 Jahre * Kiga 3 - 6 Jahre /Schuleintritt * Schulkinder 1. - max. 4. Klasse

Address
Evang. KiTa und Krippe St. Georgen
Hagenstr. 27
95448 Bayreuth
Funding authority
Diakonisches Werk Stadtmission Bayreuth
Kirchplatz 5
95444 Bayreuth
0921/27106 (KiTa-Leitung)
beate.kaufung@diakonie-bayreuth.de
http://www.kita-bayern.de/bt/st-georgen
Opening times7:00 AM - 4:30 PM o'clock
Closing daysFreitag bis 14:00 Uhr
Denomination evangelic
Specially educational concept daily routine language education, inclusion, livebased approach
Extras Barrier-free, care with lunch

Introduction/specifics

Our day care center sees itself as a family-supplementary facility.

We support families in caring for and raising their children, with the aim of compensating for developmental deficits and unequal educational requirements until they start school.

The child should be perceived in its entirety with us.

We see pre-school pedagogy as a holistic elementary support that takes into account the individual stages of development and supports the children in their personal development.

The main goal, as stated in the Bavarian education and upbringing plan for children in day care centers, is “Strengthening child autonomy and social responsibility”.

The game is the child's way of dealing with his environment. Playing is synonymous with learning.

 

 

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Rooms

Each of the three day care groups has its own cloakroom, a group room of approx. 50 sqm with an integrated children's kitchen and an intensive room that is used individually (approx. 16 sqm).


The group rooms are divided into different play areas (carpet, cozy corner, drawing table, craft corner). Bear and seal groups each have a built-in wooden house with a second play level.

In the wash room for the bear and seal group there are 5 toilets, 5 sinks, 5 mirrors and a shower.

Each child has their own towel and on top of it, on a shelf, a toothbrush mug (all with a personal identification image).

The mouse group has a separate wash and changing room with a changing table, a shower tray and two toilets / sinks.

A multi-purpose room (approx. 65 sqm) is available to the three groups.

All rooms used by the children, except for the preliminary course and homework room (approx. 25 sqm), are on the ground floor.

The group of bears and seals, as well as the staff room, office, kitchen, storage and material room, can be reached from the entrance hall.

 

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Outdoor Facilities

Grounds

Our outdoor area is extremely large for a city kindergarten.


It offers the children a wide range of natural exercise options and invites them to experience nature.

The garden extends around the house.

The north side has been used by crèche children since spring 2011. There they have their own enclosed toddler playground with slide, bird's nest swing, climbing ship, seesaw and a play house with a mud table.

A wooden play tent and a small meadow allow role and movement games.

The “main garden” (south side) is then reserved for kindergarten and after-school children. Two large sandboxes

(4 x 4 m - one of them with a shading system), a double slope slide, a double swing, a play / climbing tent and a garden house offer the children numerous play options.

The fountain with a permanently installed water basin create the conditions for "mud games".

Overall, the flora and fauna in our garden is very rich in species (old fruit trees, many insects and birds that breed in part).

Flat open spaces and hillside terrain enable the children to have a variety of physical experiences.

In the upper garden (extension 1994) there is a large meadow for ball and movement games or for summer / festive events.

Children can experience all kinds of movement in our climbing play facility and on the three-level bar.

Bushes and hedges are everywhere in the garden. They offer retreats and hiding places for our children.

There is a storage room for sand toys, vehicles and garden tools on the northeast side of the main building, which is accessible from the garden.

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Daily Schedule

We open our day care center for all children at 7:00 a.m.

The group of mice (crib) starts at 7.30 a.m.

Until 8:15 a.m. all children in the bear or seal group are welcomed (collective group).

At 8:00 a.m. / 8:15 a.m. the children will be picked up by their respective teachers.

From this point on, all three groups are open.

 

The morning in our daycare center is clearly structured and therefore easy for the children to understand. Daily recurring elements, as well as the alternation between free and controlled play, enable children and non-German-speaking children in particular to get a good sense of the times.

Concentration and movement phases, free spaces and limits, tension and relaxation, loud and quiet game offers alternate.

Fixed components of the core kindergarten time in the morning are:
• Free-game phase
• "Morgenkreis" (language support unit with reading history, finger play / song / poem and playing game)
• common snack
• Accompanied teeth brushing in small groups / washing dishes i. d. group
• Free spins phase indoors or in the garden
• directed employment offer
•To clean up


Lunch is at around 12:00 in the two kindergarten groups.

The group of mice already eats at 11.15 a.m. Then the little "mice" take a nap in the next room.


There is another free spin phase until the afternoon lunch, either in groups or in the garden.

In bad weather, there are exercise options in the gym. From 4 p.m. all remaining children in the bear or seal group will be looked after.
• The school children come to our day care center after class and have lunch around 1:20 pm. Homework is done until around 3 p.m. An educator accompanies the homework time and supports where help is needed. Until 4:00 p.m., the school children can use the remaining time for other leisure activities with an educator / nanny.

School children can visit our facility all day during the holiday season.

 

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Food

Having lunch

• For 2.50 euros / day (crib children 1.90 euros), the children receive a warm lunch, which is freshly prepared every day in our facility.

We participated in the model project day care coaching "Lunch catering in day care centers" and have been certified. This enabled us to further optimize our food offering.

Our meal plan now corresponds to the recommendations of the DGE list (German Society for Nutrition).

Even before the daycare coaching, our existing food offer was highly praised!


The child is registered for lunch. In the case of illness / vacation etc., the meal can be canceled until 8:30 a.m.                Then it doesn't have to be paid for that day.

Depending on how long they stay in our facility, the children also need a snack for:
•Morning
•Possibly. noon
•Afternoon.



Drinks are served in the kindergarten:
• Monday: apple juice spritzer / mineral water
• Tuesday: various teas / mineral water
• Wednesday: milk and cocoa / mineral water
• Thursday: various teas / mineral water
• Friday: apple juice spritzer / mineral water

 

 

 

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Offered care types at Sep 27, 2020:

Kind of carecount places
 Kinderbetreuung U3
12 Places
 Kinderbetreuung Ü3
50 Places
 Hort / OGTS-Kombi
5 Places

Basics

Our facility fulfills all legal requirements and requirements of the Bavarian education plan for children in day care centers


Our focus is:

Social learning is part of the daily interaction between children and educators. During trial days and during the settling-in period from September to November, special attention is paid to this topic so that the “new” ones are well received and accepted.

During the free play time, the children have time and space to shape the social interaction and to pursue their own interests, e.g. B. playing in the building corner railway, or building a tower, painting, handicrafts, dancing or getting together in role-playing games.

First contacts, interest groups and friendships develop.

But also conflicts!

We see quarrels as part of lively social relationships between the children. Disputes among children are very important in social development. Children learn through experience. With increasing independence and competence, the children find their own ways to deal with and resolve conflicts in an appropriate form.

The teachers are present, approachable and reachable during the free spins:
• They observe where support is needed and intervene if necessary
• They provide material, encourage, praise and inspire
• they deal with individual children
• comfort, mediate, mediate where it is not yet possible on its own

The free play time offers a broad field of learning and experience in which social skills such as independence, cooperation, discussion, consideration, assertiveness, empathy and willingness to help are acquired and promoted in a playful manner.

Intercultural learning

We see in our culturally and age-mixed groups a great opportunity for our children / parents here in the day care center St. Georgen.

In times of increasing globalization, future adults have to be open to other languages, cultures and religions.

Anyone who has had the opportunity to experience this as a child develops (hopefully!) Into a tolerant open world citizen.

When it comes to intercultural education, we strive to respect the foreign / other forms of life, attitudes and worldviews of our parents.

Knowledge of the family and cultural background of the children is extremely important.

The mother tongue of the children is always the first language and German is the second language, so to speak the first foreign language that we acquire in the day care center.

 

Employee

Number of specialists
The pedagogical staff of our day care center consists of 5 specialists (all state-educated teachers) and 5 additional staff (nannies)
• Trainees: none at the moment


The team:


• KiTa management / state-certified and recognized educator

- Additional qualification: parent advisor


• Bear group leader / state-certified and recognized educator

- Additional qualification: Montessori diploma since 1999

- Additional qualification: dance / movement therapist


• Seal group management / state-certified and recognized educator



• Mice group leader / state-certified and recognized educator


• Additional language teacher for the entire facility, funded by the

Projects "Focus on daycare centers - language & integration" and "Because language is the key to the world"

In the afternoon: group service

- Additional qualification: language specialist


• Supplementary power - bear group / nanny
• Complementary power - seal group / state-certified nanny
• Supplementary power in the mouse group / state-certified and recognized educator

In addition:
• 2 state-certified nannies (jumpers)

Group / presence / position key

Our facility is open 45 hours a week.

The working hours of the ped. Employees vary between 22 and 37.5 / 40 hours.

Since there is a discrepancy here, the staff's duty roster is designed in such a way that from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., each group is staffed by at least two people.

In the off-peak hours (7 a.m. - 8.30 a.m.) and in the afternoon (from 1.30 p.m.), the staff is thinner.

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Qualification

The pedagogical staff of our day care center consists exclusively of specialists, all trained educators and supplementary staff, as well as all nannies

Some of our employees also have additional qualifications

 

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Additional Offerings

Our facility has been part of the federal program "Specialized Day Care Centers" since 2011. As a result, we were able to hire half a specialist and train all of our staff in language development and language support for children. We are also involved in the follow-up project "Because language is the key to the world".

Language has always been a central point of our daycare pedagogy.

We have an extensive range of good children's books (picture, non-fiction, reading books and corresponding specialist literature), selected games and role-playing material
• The daily language support unit in the two kindergarten groups begins at 9:00 a.m. with a reading story (selected children's literature from different cultures) and language support games (on vocabulary and grammar)
• Annual hearing tests and sound verification of conspicuous children by the educators / referral of the conspicuously children to resident speech therapists, or for outpatient speech therapy in the margrave school

Quality Assurance

Quality management is one of the management tasks in daycare:

• Update and further development of the daycare concept - together with the team

Our concept should be based on the needs of children / parents here in the daycare center St. Georgen, but must also adapt to social changes.
• Information of the sponsor and the kindergarten advisory board (about: changes / problems / kindergarten situation).
• Ensuring the existing quality in cooperation with the sponsor (e.g. personnel planning and development, further training of the employees)

Our employees regularly take part in working groups and further training offers on "Early opportunities - focus on language and integration day care centers". The language specialist advice for Upper and Lower Franconia visits our facility at regular intervals. These visits are part of the Language Day Care project "Because language is the key to the world".
• Visit to the working groups "Language Day Care Centers"
• Participation in the network meetings "Language Kitas"

We can also attend further training offers from the "Regional Association of Evangelical Day Care Centers in Bavaria" and the Regional Working Group Bayreuth.

The regional association Ev. Day care facilities and day care for children have set up specialist advice centers for all regions and dean districts in Bavaria.

The specialist advice is available to us at any time if necessary.


Our employees receive regular training on the following topics:
• First aid to the child
• Work safety
• Hygiene and protection against infection


The regional association Ev. Day care facilities and day care for children have set up specialist advice centers for all regions and dean districts in Bavaria.

The specialist advice is available to us at any time if necessary.

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Cooperations

Professional services


We work with the various advice centers primarily in the preparation of parenting events.
• Early childhood education is supervised by individual kindergarten children.

We would like to point this out to parents if we notice developmental deficits, motor difficulties, personality disorders or other abnormalities in their child.

The health insurers cover the costs.

With the consent of the parents, we exchange information with the responsible specialist services about the child's progress, or we coordinate our support offers with the specialist services. In some cases, therapy sessions are held by the specialist services in the kindergarten (e.g. for working parents).

 


• The Margrave School (school for individual language support) tests the language-delayed and -specific children in the kindergarten, if the parents have given their consent to the testing.

All children with deficits in the language area can choose to go to the margrave school with their parents on an outpatient basis for speech therapy, or to a resident speech therapist.


• In order to give children with developmental difficulties the best possible preparation for school, in individual cases we recommend visiting an msh group (mobile special educational help) in our kindergarten, an SVE group (school preparation facility), or a DIA-FÖ class (diagnosis and support class).

The last two funding institutions are located in the Dietrich-Bonhoeffer School (school for individual learning support).

Special educators from the Bonhoeffer School regularly come to our kindergarten (msh).
• The youth welfare office pays the kindergarten fees for various families or makes additional payments.

If parents are overwhelmed, the youth welfare office offers parents help to bring up their children.

We then work with the responsible social workers to give children and their families the greatest possible support.
• Since 1995 the admission procedure for the

New registrations coordinated by the youth welfare office. The aim of the youth welfare office is to accommodate all children between the ages of 3 and 6 in the kindergartens.
• We notify the health department if diseases occur epidemically.
• In case of doubt, we seek medical advice from official and resident pediatricians.

Our responsible LAGZ dentist visits us twice a year to prevent tooth decay. It also offers accompanying information afternoons for parents.


• Police traffic educators come regularly.

Topics include B. Educational events for children or parents and school route training for future ABC shooters.

 

Teamwork with school

Cooperation with the school

• The cooperation with the primary school has been intensified in recent years.

Since 2006 we have been offering the "German preparatory course" in cooperation with the St. Georgen primary school.

Children who speak a different mother tongue at home receive weekly lessons in the last year before starting school to improve their language skills by a primary school teacher.

The preliminary course usually takes place directly in our KiTa.

Once a year we attend a first class of the elementary school St. Georgen to "try out" with the future school beginners.

Teamwork with parents

The family is the place where the child has had almost all of the basic experiences of his previous life.

This is why a child cannot be viewed separately from his family.

The family must therefore be involved in the work of the day care center.

Important decisions are always made in our facility in agreement with the parents, so that they do not ignore their needs / ideas.

A positive attitude of the parents towards daycare enables the children to enjoy carefree experiences.

Our educators strive for a trusting relationship and good communication with the parents.

We consider openness and honesty on both sides to be extremely important so that a good educational partnership with the parents can succeed for the benefit of the children.

We advise, arrange further contacts or look for solutions together.

There are development talks every year, as well as a handover-parents talk before school enrollment.

 

Specifics

Central points in the family-complementary education in our daycare are:

"The group is as strong as its weakest member"

The inclusion of:
• non-German speaking children from migrant families; or from bi-national relationships
• children who are speech-delayed and conspicuous
• Children with special needs (e.g. three-year-olds / school children)
• children with developmental deficiency and movement problems

When it comes to inclusion, our focus is not on children's deficits.

Rather, through good observation of the children, we would like to exercise their abilities and strengthen the children's confidence in their own mental and physical abilities and thus create a favorable development climate.

Group rules, age-appropriate requirements and limits give the children support and orientation.


"A healthy mind is in a healthy body"

Health education:
•Move
•Nutrition
• Dental health and dental hygiene


Our approach to health education is of a family-complementary nature.

Many children suffer from extreme lack of exercise (overweight, foot and posture damage, cramps) even in early childhood.

Nutrition, hygiene and dental care are neglected in many families due to lack of time or other reasons.

We therefore integrate dental care and nutrition into our daily routine and want to prevent possible damage to health.

 

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News

We are looking forward to the innovations that the "Little Bird" program brings us.

This year we celebrate our "Spring Festival" on Saturday, May 16, 2020.

Projects

CURRENTLY NONE

Holiday Care

Only for the children of our day care center and the cooperation day care center.

Homework Support

After-school care places are only given to children who have attended our kindergarten.

We currently have 5 after-school children.

Homework time is from 13:00 - max. 3:00 p.m.

Parental Interviews

Annual parent surveys are standard for us.

44.3% of our parents participated in the last parent survey!

Here are some results from our last parent survey from July 2019:
• 94% of our children love to come to our kindergarten
• 94% rate our ped. Work with very good / good
• 81% rate the opening hours of our daycare centers as very good / good
• 96% rate the information provided by the parents as very good / good
• 90% of parents rate the atmosphere of our facility as very good / good

We look forward to so much positive feedback!

We find out through parent surveys whether the offer of our daycare center for parents and children is appropriate.

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Overview

In the first quarter of the calendar year, a registration date takes place in Bayreuth for all day care centers. This is also the cut-off date for the allocation of places in the next day-care center (beginning of September).


All previously registered registrations will be sent to the youth welfare office.

• Deadline for registration for September 2020: February 18, 2020 - from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Parents have the opportunity to view various facilities and to pre-register in their desired facility via the Little Bird online portal. You can also name up to 5 alternative institutions and determine their ranking. If the child cannot be admitted to the "request facility", it will be reserved for the subsequent facility.

The allocation of places takes place after the joint meeting of the city youth welfare office and day-care centers.

We invite all parents whose children will be newly admitted to us in September for an informational parents' evening in May / June.

In addition to information about our facility and the best possible design of the transition from home to kindergarten, the parents learn which group their child will be included in.

So-called "trial visits" take place for the kindergarten beginners in June / July.

Contact person

The contact person for registrations / new admissions is usually the kindergarten management or their representative.

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Description and Stations

Our daycare center is located on the outskirts of the St. Georgen district in a restricted traffic zone. City bus stops are in the immediate vicinity (line 303). Arrival by car via the Nordring / Wilhelm-Pitz-Str. or via the Markgrafenallee / Wilhelm-von-Diez-Str ..

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