8:00 am to 9:30 am:
Children are welcome and have a smooth separation. Free activities are proposed: cooking (imaginary play), dolls, cars, books, building blocks...
9:30 am to 9:50 am:
All children gather and have a glass of “Bio” juice. Then we sing songs in French and English to have a good start of the day.
9:50 am to 10:30 am:
Activities with direction, according to the age of the child, in English and French.
The program is mainly visual arts of all kinds ex (finger painting, or using brush, sponge, roller ... Plasticine, salt dough, stickers ...) we also do gardening, board games (memo, bingo, puzzle ...) approach to writing (playing with different instruments), Gross motor skills are encourage. All this is set to a theme and a program established in advance by the multidisciplinary team in reference to the news or calendar (September, Halloween, Christmas, circus, Mother’s Day, the music festival ...).
We also have workshops based on the senses (touch, taste, hearing...)
Some weeks, we encourage children to explore senses. Taste, sound, music, world and oriental dances, etc…
10.30 am – 11 am:
Everyone must prepare for the meal: smallest are changed first while the other go to the toilet, washing hands, little time to get together and listen to quiet songs or stories to calm children (still in French and English) before going to lunch calmly.
11 am – 12 am:
This is time for a quiet meal. Hand washing and time to go to the toilet
12am – 2 pm or more according to the children:
Nap or quiet time. Each child sleep is respected ; everyone wakes up at his own time.
From 2 pm until 4 pm:
After the nap is a moment of special care for the children. They are dressed again (we favor the autonomy of the 2-3 y.o.), cleaned, hair dressed...
The children then have a moment of free time for reading and playing quietly until everyone has woken up.
16 pm – 16.45 pm:
BIO snack and animated gesture songs to finish
4:45 pm to 6:45 pm:
Children are changed. Beginning of departures for home and workshops for those who stay until the end of the day (stories, puppets, building blocks, board games, free drawing, ...). Unlike the morning, it is the children who decide their activities.