Kindergarten Ulrika

Address
Kindergarten Ulrika
Josefstraße 1
76694 Forst
Funding authority
Kath. Kirchengemeinde
Wilderichstraße 10
76646 Bruchsal
kigaulrika@gmail.com
07251/2222
Opening times7:30 AM - 1:45 PM o'clock
Closing days31
Denomination roman catholic
Specially educational concept child oriented education, nature education, partially open concept, Emmi Pikler, project approach, Situation approach
Extras care with lunch, cooperation facility

Current information

Introduction/specifics

Welcome to the Catholic kindergarten Ulrika


We are a five-group facility for children from the age of one.


We see ourselves as a place of encounter with many holistic areas of
development, education and support.


Social learning
personality development
Participation for democratic co-determination
Educational offers (orientation plan)
Rooms/materials that motivate self-education
Forest and nature experiences, own garden
Space for a wide variety of movement opportunities
And much more...


Our image of the child can be clearly seen in the following "guiding principles":

A child is not a vessel that is filled, but a fire that wants to be lit!

We know that the child is an actor, wants to be and should be an actor in its development!

 

Implementation of our pedagogical work:

Each child has a fixed place in his or her group. The pedagogical offers/impulses take place within the group, across groups or in age-, development- and interest-specific groups.

During free play time, the children decide freely according to their interests and needs. "The child's play is the bridge to reality." (Bruno Bettelheim)

Participation has a high priority in our work.

Children are the creators of their everyday life in the kindergarten, we educators give them the framework for this!

Participation in the kindergarten means that the children are involved in decision-making processes in the daily kindergarten routine. They develop to perceive and express their own ideas, wishes and needs and to stand up for them.

 

 

Rooms

We have a total of 5 group rooms in our facility.

Three of them are for children from the age of 3. Each of these rooms has an intensive room. In addition, there is our crèche area with 2 group rooms and a common intensive room. The bedrooms with connecting doors are directly adjacent to the group rooms.

Adjacent to the corridor is our washroom for all children and a nappy-changing room with a very small toilet.

The cloakrooms for all groups are also located in the hallway area.

The entrance area is used as a play area according to the situation.

In addition, there is a movement room with a climbing wall, gymnastics bench, movement elements, scarves, balls, balancing boards, etc..

 

Outdoor Facilities

Outdoor area

In the outdoor area, the children have many opportunities to practise and develop their motor skills. They have a large climbing frame with slide, a suspension bridge, a ground trampoline, a bird's nest swing, horizontal bars, sand and mud play area, as well as an open-air stage, etc. at their disposal.

The children also find a variety of vehicles, stilts, different balls, sand toys etc. in our outdoor area.

There is a separate area for our youngest children (one to two years olds) with a playhouse in the sand area, space for vehicles and a slide. Despite this "separation",

they always have the opportunity to explore the play area of the "big ones" in the company of an educator.

In front of the rooms for our youngest there is a small courtyard area for them, where they can play ball, sand, experiment with water in the summer etc.

The outdoor area is very important to us because we visit it almost every day. The awnings in the courtyard and the trees all around, three of them chestnut trees, provide a lot of shade in summer.

 

 

Daily Schedule

Daily routine of the kindergarten groups

The daily routine offers the children a fixed rhythm and gives them orientation and security. All routines are announced and ended with a ritual and are the same every day.

Children from 3 years on

 

7.30 am – 9.00 am delivery time

7.30 am - 9.30 am free play /free breakfast (VÖ)

9.30 am - 12.00 am Free play/impulses/offerings/projects/morning circle

Early group time (VÖ) 
12.00 - 12.30 pm Meal together / snack/ or warm meal


1.30 - 1.45 pm Pick-up time

 

Children under 3 years


Daily routine
The daily routine offers the children a fixed rhythm and gives them orientation and
security. All routines are announced and ended with a ritual and are the same every
day.

Half Day(HD)

Early group time (VÖ)


7.30 - 9.00 am Delivery time / free breakfast / Freeplay / Impulses

9.00 - 9.15 am Morning circle

9.15 - 9.45 am breakfast together

9.45 - 12.00 am Free play / yard / nappy-changing /sleeping / impulses or activities


11.15 - 11.45 am 2nd breakfast or warm lunch (VÖ))
12.00 - 12.30 pm Closing and pick-up time (HD)


11.45 am - 1.15 pm Sleep or free play (VÖ)
1.15 – 1.45 pm Closing and pick-up time

 

 

 

Food

In our facility, the children bring their breakfast from home. Breakfast time is until 9.30 am.

During the extended opening hours, parents can decide whether they would like to bring a second breakfast or have a warm lunch.

The food is delivered by a caterer.

When we prepare, cook or bake food with the children, it is eaten together afterwards.

Care providers are responsible for all profile content. (State: 25/10/2022 10:19:20)

Offered care types at Dec 7, 2022:

Kind of care
 Halbtags mit Mittagessen Krippe ab 1 Jahr
 Halbtags ohne Mittagessen Krippe ab 1 Jahr
 VÖ mit Mittagessen Krippe ab 1 Jahr
 VÖ ohne Mittagessen für Krippenkinder ab 1 Jahr
 VÖ mit Mittagessen ab 3 Jahre
 VÖ ohne Mittagessen ab 3 Jahre

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