Kindertagesstätte Eisenacher Weg

Kindertagesstätte Eisenacher Weg
Eisenacher Weg 1
35039 Marburg
Funding authority
Stadt Marburg (Kitas)
Gerhard-Jahn-Platz 1
35037 Marburg
06421487954 (Ilona Pinhard)
06421487954 (Susanne Luczak)
Opening times7:00 AM - 5:00 PM o'clock
Closing daysKita | Krippe: 15. Juli - 06. August 21
Krippe: 9. | 10. August 21
Kita: 23. | 24. August 21
Foreign languages German
Specially educational concept daily routine language education, inclusion, intercultural education, open concept, Situation approach, Situation orientated approach
Therapeutic support Logopedia, speech therapy, early advancement, motopedics
Extras Child care for physical education, Integrative facility, care with lunch, flexible care, for children with special educational needs, full day care, language education


Eisenacher Weg day care centre

Sectors/Subjects: 0 to 3 years, 3 years to school entry


Eisenacher Weg 1
35037 Marburg (Upper Richtsberg)


Head: Ms Pinhard

Deputy head: Mr Hutfilter
Telephone: 06421 487954
Fax: 06421 4870434

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday
07:00 - 17:00
An early-morning service is offered for working parents from 07:00 to 07:30.

Offer structure: 110 places in total
07.00 - 17.00 Full day place
08.00 - 14.00 Lunch time place
08.00 - 12.00 Half-day place
08.00 - 17.00 crèche place

Age of children:
6 months to school entry

Catchment areas:
Richtsberg, crèche from the entire city area

Monday, Thursday and Friday from 8.00 - 12.00 and by telephone arrangement

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Offered care types at Dec 1, 2023:

Kind of care
 Krippe mit Mittagessen
 Kindergarten mit Mittagessen
 Kindergarten ohne Mittagessen


Conceptual focus

  • Intercultural pedagogy (living together, learning from each other)
  • Integration: Support for children with disabilities and those at risk of disability as well as children at risk of or with developmental delays
  • Mototherapy for sensory integration disorders

The Eisenacher Weg daycare center and crèche are located in the Richtsberg district of Marburg. The daycare center and crèche have a very large outdoor area with playground equipment, lawn and generous sandy area. The crèche has its own outdoor area. The facility borders directly on a forest belt with many walking paths. The local conditions offer the facility many opportunities, e.g. shopping, good bus connections and playgrounds. Our facility is attended by children from an average of 15 different countries of origin. For this reason, one focus of our pedagogical work is intercultural education. It is important for us to emphasize that intercultural learning is not only directed at the children and parents of non-German origin, but at everyone.

Our daycare center is a place where children learn, play and act together. A place where children can consciously perceive and strengthen their own identity within an intercultural framework. The children live together and learn from each other.
The integration of children who demonstrably require particularly intensive support is an integral part of our work.

Currently, we have 5 integration places, which are distributed among the groups. Practical work has clearly shown that not only the integration children benefit from this support, but that these experiences are an important enrichment for all children.

We see further goals of our work in encouraging the children in their creativity and childlike curiosity, as these form the basis for further learning. In addition, we support the children in expanding their social behavior and developing their independence. The children should learn to take responsibility for themselves and others and to adhere to agreements.

In our facility, we work across groups and in a situation-oriented manner. The children are offered the opportunity to play in other groups or in the nursery with the agreement of the educator. The hallway, the gymnasium, the library, the workroom and the courtyard are included as additional living spaces. The children are introduced to the above-mentioned goals through these open spaces, among other things.

In addition to "everyday activities" such as free play, games, handicrafts and support activities, there are regular group and inter-group activities. For example, breakfast together, gymnastics, the cooking group during "bad weather" or the group for children starting school take place once a week. The program is rounded off by changing activities in theme-oriented small groups (forest days, raft week on the Lahn).

In order to diversify the children's everyday life and expand their circle of activities, we also offer activities outside the facility, e.g. visits to the theater, shopping, visits to the swimming pool, and much more. This is an important component especially for daycare children with an average length of stay of about 8 hours.

We also take an active part in the life of the Richtsberg district, for example in the festivals and working groups within the framework of community work. We are in regular contact with the Astrid Lindgren School and other institutions in the Richtsberg district.

As an additional support service, a motologist offers small groups in our facility. A speech therapist also comes to the house on a regular basis. We continue to work together with the educational counseling center, the early intervention center, and others. The team of the daycare center and the team of the nursery see themselves as an overall team. We meet regularly for joint meetings, project meetings and supervision.

Eisenacher Weg day nursery
It consists of 3 mixed-age groups, each with 8 children between the ages of 6 months and 3 years, who are cared for by one full-time and one part-time staff member per group. Our facility sees itself as a socio-pedagogical, family-supplementing institution. The focus of the pedagogical work is the development of the overall personality of the children. The familiar contact with peers from the first year of life is developmentally beneficial and cannot be replaced exclusively by the bond with adults.
Each individual child should be accepted in his or her personality and educated in a democratic atmosphere. The children experience a lot of security in their own group, but it is also important to open up beyond the group. Outside contacts and activities (such as nature explorations, train rides, etc.) in our immediate and wider environment are important components of our work. Children of different nationalities bring new accents into the group's everyday life with their own culture. The intensive exchange with parents is the foundation for a trusting basis for the institution.

Our main goals of the nursery work:

  • Establish contacts and trust with other children and caregivers
  • Provide safety and security
  • Promotion of independence
  • Support and promotion of language development
  • Meet basic needs
  • Let the urge to move live out
  • Conquer and experience the environment and surroundings
  • Experience of attention, recognition, love, trust, dealing with frustration
  • Learn and follow the rules

Our opening hours:
The nursery is open from 08.00 - 17.00. For working parents an early service is offered from 07.00 - 08.00.

Care providers are responsible for all profile content.

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