Städt. Kindertageseinrichtung Reichensteinstraße

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Address
Städt. Kindertageseinrichtung Reichensteinstraße
Reichensteinstr. 53
53844 Troisdorf
Funding authority
Stadt Troisdorf
Kölner Str. 176
53840 Troisdorf
02241/8460592 (Frau Brigitte Wiese)
02241/8460592 (Frau Nicole Buhl)
reichensteinstr@kita-trd.de
Opening times7:30 AM - 4:30 PM o'clock
Closing daysDrei Konzeptionstage im Jahr,
Betriebsausflug der Stadt Troisdorf,
die Tage zwischen Weihnachten und Neujahr,
ein flexibler Ferientag,
zwei Wochen in den Sommerferien
Foreign languages German, English, French, Polish
Specially educational concept child oriented education, daily routine language education, inclusion, partially open concept, Situation orientated approach
Extras care with lunch, family counseling, full day care

Introduction/specifics

We see ourselves as companions for the children entrusted to us in close cooperation with their families. We accept the child as it is. We start our educational work with acclimatization according to the Berlin model in order to build a trusting relationship.

We are reliable companions for the child and meet him with empathy, perceive his child's signals and react appropriately to them. We want to work together with the parents in a trusting manner for the benefit of the child from the start. We offer family visits at home before admitting the child and for each developmental interview in order to get to know the child in its family environment and to build trust.

We provide stimulating material and prepare our rooms so that the child can have individual experiences. Our stimulating outdoor area promotes the encounter with nature. We trust in the child's self-education processes, support them in exercises in daily life and in acquiring everyday skills. In our true-to-life educational work, we take up the children's ideas, encourage them in what they do, and value their creativity and imagination. We take children's complaints and wishes seriously. Together we will look for implementation and solution options. Our educational work is subject to a constant process, because we see ourselves as learners together with the child and the parents.

Our attitude:

Welcome culture - we accept everyone as they are and accompany them on their way.

We work in line with requirements - our family center is geared towards the needs of children and their families

Participation - we encourage everyone to participate in the everyday life of our family center and invite them to actively help shape it.

Offers in our house:

- Mondays, 10 a.m. - 11.15 a.m., crawling group for parents with child (1/2-1 1/2 years)

- Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-11.30 a.m., Nordic walking

- Wednesdays, early musical education courses

- Thursdays, 9.30 a.m. to 11 a.m., playgroup for parents with child (1 1/2 to 3 years)

- Individual appointments with the psychological educational counseling service as part of a monthly consultation

- Annual dental check-ups and group prophylactic exercises by the dental service

- Parent events on various education and development issues

- Open parents' café, every first Tuesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

- Info point in the main building with information material relevant to families

We advise and mediate:

- for questions about child day care

- if there is a need for integration / migration

- Advice on professional development

- Education and participation package

- Screening exams and health issues

In our house we enable, among other things

- implementation of individual therapies by specialists from the early intervention center and independent practices on our premises

- Associations and voluntary organizations to use our premises according to our resources after consultation.

We work closely with the district of Kriegsdorf. With our offers we want to promote diversity in the district.

Rooms

We host five kindergarten groups in two buildings. There are three groups in the main house, two groups in the garden house. The main building is the former elementary school in Kriegsdorf with an extension for our very little ones. Here are the "moles" (15 children 3-6 years, 35 and 45 hours), the "rabbits" (20 children: 6 children 2-3 years and 14 children 3-6 years, 35 and 45 hours) and our "caterpillars" (10 children 4 months to 3 years, 35 and 45 hours) "at home" during the day. the mole group has a group room and an adjoining room. The group of rabbits is located in the new extension with a group room, side room and bedroom as well as a children's bathroom with a spacious changing area. The caterpillar group is available to our very young children. Their rooms are also located in the new extension. It is a group room, exercise room and two bedrooms as well as a baby changing area. The rooms are age and needs-oriented equipped. All children have a creative, role play and construction area available. They are offered imaginative materials for experimentation and free employment.

The hedgehog and slug children are looked after in the garden house. The garden house has a large foyer in which the children have a creative area and a large breakfast area. Both have a group room and an adjoining room and each have a children's bathroom. The children of both groups also use a common function room.

On the first floor of the main building there is a common room, our "meeting point" with a tea kitchen, and a room for small group activities as well as our staff room. We use these rooms, for example for undisturbed consultation situations, cross-group offers for the children, celebrations and events. Individual therapies by external parties can also take place here by arrangement. Parents can meet at the meeting point for informal conversation. These rooms can be made available to different groups in the social room after consultation and according to our resources.

Outdoor Facilities

 

On our spacious outdoor area, children can have a variety of movement experiences every day and experience the seasons. Our outdoor area is designed very naturally and encourages interaction with nature. The area has elevations that are beneficial for motor development. Various climbing frames, a water mud system, swings and areas for riding tricycles and bicycles offer varied incentives to move and enable multi-layered sensory experiences.

Daily Schedule

The child needs reliable structures that give him security, including a daily routine he is familiar with. The daily routines of the individual groups vary slightly, depending on the age, the level of development and the needs of the individual group. The daily routine includes

- bringing phase (in the early shift, the children are welcomed and looked after together in one group in each house. Around 9:00 am, everyone goes to their home groups)

- Free breakfast within a certain time frame

- winding phase for the little ones (caterpillars and rabbits)

- Free play and offers (free offers for all children, small group offers, individual support offers)

- common singing and playing circle

- Play in the outdoor area

- lunchtime -

- sleeping time vor the "little ones" (under three years of age)

- Afternoon game in different constellations, perhaps a game on the outdoor area

- Collection phase

It is important for every child that they are greeted attentively and cordial when they arrive. Personal contact such as eye and body contact and direct approach can make the transition from the morning situation in the family to daycare easier for children and parents. The parents can briefly provide the educator with important information about their child. If a child does not manage to separate from its parents so easily, we console them. It is important to us that the child learns that it can also cope with painful situations. As a rule, all children arrive at 9:00 a.m. During the free play, children can take part in offers at group level or across groups. Before we go outside with the children, we get together in group circles. The children should experience and understand themselves as part of their group. Lunch and the ensuing afternoon nap for the "little ones" represent a phase of rest. The children over 3 do not sleep, but have the opportunity to quietly occupy themselves alone or with one another. In the afternoon, the children get together in other constellations. This changed group constellation creates new impulses.

Food

Our cooks prepare fresh lunchtime meals for our children every day using seasonal and regional foods. Our menus are drawn up according to ecotrophological criteria. Nutrition has an important influence not only on the physical, but also on the mental development of children. A balanced nutrition increases the quality of life, performance and well-being of children. We give the children the opportunity to experience the joy and enjoyment of food and drink. We introduce the children to health-conscious eating habits. During meals together, the children decide for themselves what and how much of which food to eat. Eating meals in a feel-good atmosphere is important to us.

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Description and Stations

Our family center is located in Kriegsdof, one of twelve localities in Troisdorf. The original village is a classic street village, embedded in landscaped areas. Single-family houses and individual farmsteads shaped the picture. Over the years, various residential areas were added, e.g. the "Im Schonsfeld" development area. With the construction of the residential quarters, several playgrounds that appeal to children were built. The "Rotter See" recreational area is within walking distance. Kriegsdorf has good transport links. It is rural, is a district of the city of Troisdorf. The city center of Troisdorf and the cities of Bonn, Siegburg and Cologne can be easily reached by public transport (bus connections 551 and 503, stop "Offenachstraße") and by car via the bypass road. Kriegsdorf is a district that is very popular with young families. Our facility is not exclusively chosen by families from Kriegsdorf, but also by families from the surrounding villages such as Spich, Eschmar, Rotter See or Sieglar. The rural location enables nature experiences and has a recreational value for the families.

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Basics

how we look at the child

The child

- we see as a holistic person who is in constant contact with oneself, with parents, with us and those around us.

- has an independent personality with its own needs and individual living conditions.

- has the right to education and upbringing, to develop individually at his own pace, taking into account his family and cultural backgrounds.

- has the right to fully develop one's talents, mental and physical abilities.

- perceives its environment from birth and is motivated to actively shape its development.

- strives to gain experience, is naturally curious, wants to try things out and experiment.

- has the need and the right to discover and explore his natural habitat and to deal with nature.

- is a social being with a natural need for closeness, affection and security. He has a right to loving relationships, a community that gives him security.

- has the right to participate and to form his own opinion and to express it freely. The child's opinion is appropriate and should be taken into account in accordance with his or her age and individual personal development.

Participation of the child

Children have rights. The basis of the work in our familly center is the UN Charter of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. This is reflected in our image of the child and our pedagogical work in everyday life. We offer the children security and orientation through reliably structured daily routines. The daily routines are group-specific, taking into account the needs of the children. We adults are responsible for the children. As a team, we decided which decision-making powers we grant the children and which we reserve to ourselves. We set the rules in areas that affect safety, health and child welfare.

The rules in the groups and in the play areas are agreed with the children in discussion. They must always be discussed and changed individually. We create the framework conditions so that all children have the opportunity to contribute according to their level of development.

We take up the ideas of the children and encourage them in their actions. Complaints and wishes of the children are taken seriously. Together we will look for implementation and solution options. In the free play, the child decides independently in which area, with whom, with what and in what intensity to play. Participation is the basis of the democratic understanding of partnership. We continuously reflect on our work in relation to these and optimize it with the aim of expanding the children's opportunities to participate. Participation includes practicing democratic attitudes and behaviors, participation is primarily to be understood as a process.

Our education requirement

We focus on supporting the child's development in a natural and lifelike manner. Promoting and supporting his or her personality and independence development is our most important concern. It is important to provide the child with various possible solutions, to enable him to expand his behavioral repertoire and to promote the joy of learning. We want to prepare them to be able to react to changed situations, trusting that tehy will succeed, because "the only constant in life is change" (Heraclitus). The child should continuously expand its repertoire of everyday skills. Its participation in our community is to be secured for him or her by conveying values ​​and norms, enabling participation and co-creation. First of all, it is about building a stable relationship with the child and their family. Our family center should be a living and meeting space in which children and parents feel accepted and comfortable.

Pedagogical idea

We work situation-oriented. We trust in the child's self-education potential, support them in exercises in daily life and in acquiring everyday skills. The respective life situation of the child and his family is always taken into account in our work. The child develops his or her personality by repeatedly being encouraged to do it himself and gains self-confidence through a sense of achievement. We take up the children's ideas and encourage them to do what they do in the here and now. We are reliable companions for the child and, with our role model, we offer them a wide range of possible solutions and courses of action. We create a general, holistic feel-good atmosphere in which rituals are an integral part.

We live inclusion in our family center.

Employee

12 pädagogische Fachkräfte (7 Vollzeitkräfte und 5 Teilzeitkräfte)
3 Küchenkräfte
2 Reinigungskräfte

Additional Offerings

BasiK - Begleitende alltagsintegrierte Sprachentwicklungsbeobachtung in Kindertageseinrichtungen

Quality Assurance

Durch die jährliche interne  Überprüfung unseres Konzeptes garantieren wir eine stetige und flexible Weiterentwicklung, immer an den aktuellen Entwicklungsbereichen orientiert. Diese Entwicklung wird jährlich in unseren beiden Häusern ausliegenden Konzeptionen anschaulich.

Cooperations

Our cooperation partners:

- Psychological counseling service for children, adolescents and parents in the city of Troisdorf

- Specialist advice and placement center for child day care

- Network coordination of early help and youth welfare planning for the city of Troisdorf

- Ms. Sabahat Dokel, our Turkish consultant 

- Music school of the city of Troisdorf

- Dental service of the Rhein-Sieg district

- Adult Education Center Troisdorf and Niederkassel

- Family education center of the Lebenshilfe FABI Sankt Augustin

- DRK family education Rhein-Sieg - Youth office for training and work

- Troisdorf-Sieglar community elementary school

- St. John's parish

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Teamwork with school

Wir haben mit allen umliegenden Grundschulen regelmäßige Austauschtreffen.
1 mal im Jahr findet ein Informationselternabend für die Eltern der 4 - jährigen Kinder in den umliegenden Grundschulen statt.
Kurz vor der Einschulung laden die Grundschulen die neuen Schulgänger zum ersten Schnuppern ein.
Die Lehrerinnen der Grundschulen  hospitieren uns einmal im Jahr.

Teamwork with parents

Unsere Kita hat einen sehr engagierten Förderverein. Der Förderverein gestaltet besondere Events. Die eingenommenen Gelder bei diesen Events, kommen allen Kita- Kindern für spezielle Anschaffungen, Projekte oder Ausflüge zu Gute.
Der Elternbeirat unterstützt die Kita bei internen Festlichkeiten.
Der Elternbeirat kümmert sich unter anderem um die gute Zusammenarbeit zwischen Eltern und Kita.
Spezielle Themenabende organisieren die Kita und die Eltern gemeinsam.

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News

06.03.2021 - 11.00 - 13.30 h Online-Kochen für Kinder und Eltern mit der Volkshochschule Troisdorf und Niederkassel

20.03.2021 - 10.00 - 12.00 h mit Mama oder Papa mit Kind/Kindern durch den Spicher Wald mit Querwaldein

30.03.2021 - 19.30 - 21.45 h Online-Veranstaltung "Klassische Kinderkrankheiten im Kita-Alltag" mit der DRK Familienbildung Rhein-Sieg

12.06.2021 - 10.00 - 12.00 h mit Mama oder Papa mit Kind/Kindern durch den Spicher Wald mit Querwaldein

regelmäßige Angebote:

Montags, 10.00 - 11.15 h - Krabbelgruppe

dienstags, 10.00 - 11.30 h - Nordic Walking

donnerstags, 9.30 - 11.00 h - Spielgruppe

 

Projects

In our true-to-life educational work, we take up the children's ideas, encourage them in what they do and value their creativity and imagination. The interests and needs of the children are the basis for our project planning. Our educational work is subject to a constant process. Seasonal occasions can also be the basis of projects. We cooperate with the Troisdorf Music School and implement various joint projects. In the last year of kindergarten, we submit various projects to our preschool children that particularly support them in gaining the necessary preliminary experience in order to prepare them for the transition from kindergarten to school. In this context, we submit, for example, scientific projects, projects that encourage the children to develop independently. We expand the radius of the preschool children through special excursions. The preschool child work takes place across groups, the children experience themselves as a "group of preschool children".

Parental Interviews

In our family center there is an open parent coffee every first Tuesday of the month. We also use this informal get-together to find out what needs our families and people have in the social space so that we can react accordingly. During the admission interview, we give the parents a questionnaire that gives us information about the needs of our families. We are happy to support our families in finding solutions. In addition, we ask our parents about the need for care once a year (usually during the annual development talks) to find out whether the need has changed due to changed life situations.

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Overview

Registrations are made via the "little bird" internet platform. Admission is based on the provisions of the Child Education Act (KiBiz) and the admission criterion of the city of Troisdorf. Siblings will be given preference if possible. At the "open day" or at another date agreed with the manager, parents can first get an idea of ​​the facility and get to know the employees in the various groups. All daycare centers in Troisdorf issue a binding place confirmation from February of each year. The leader invites the family WITH the child, to sign the care contract. While the leader and one parent clarify the organizational issues, the other parent (or another trusted person in the family) visits his future group with the child. Initial contact is made with the group's educator and other children, and parents get an insight into what is happening in the group at an usual day in the day care center. We want to work together with the parents in a trusting manner for the benefit of the child from the start. Before admitting the child - as well as for each development interview - we offer the family to visit them at home in order to get to know the child in their familiar environment and to build trust.

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