Growing and learning through play
We tend to like our routines and it is very important for children to have consistency, It makes even adults feel more secure and gives the illusion that everything is under control.
However, life rarely goes as planned and often throws wrenches in our carefully placed gears.
At CLP, we follow a daily routine but we also learn to roll with it, we learn to embrace unexpected changes. One of the most important lessons learned working with children is to let go of any pre- plans and observe the situation we are in, in other words, if the children are having a great session, building, engaged in deep learning it might be that a story time get’s a little shortened to have a bit more time doing what we need to do.
8.30 Outdoor play
10.00 Circle time: Circle time helps children develop communication and self-confidence with the group. It is designed to empower children to participate in discussion about their interests, feelings etc. Children learn how to work together in a group. We sing and play games and discuss the day ahead.
10.20 Free play and focus activities: Music and dance, Drama and Physical education, Arts and craft, Cooking.
12.30 Quite time and nap time for the youngest. At QT we do many different activities to help children relax and find their quiet space such as mindfulness activities, yoga and music therapy.
14.15 Snack time: we serve a high quality snack that consists of fruit, vegetables, bread with all the toppings, milk and water. Water is also available for the children throughout the day.
14.30 Storytime: Increases a child’s attention span, enhances visual discrimination skills, auditory processing, will reinforce word recognition, examine social situations and behaviours and instill a love of books. Reading to children excites their curiosity and leads them to have further adventures in their own minds.
14.45 Free play
15.30 Outside play
17.30 Home time
Colour plays an important role in creating our playschool environment that supports children’s’ visual stimulation in their learning and development as colours impact individual’s mood, emotional well-being, productivity, learning and behaviour.
Children are encouraged to move freely throughout the environment, learning to use each area and access materials and resources independently.
NNEB Early years educator
You have the options to choose between part-time or full-time sessions.
35+ hours - 895,-
Up to 35 hours - 690,-
35+ hours - 1154,-
Up to 35 hours - 820,-
Sipoo parents part 320,-
Helsinki parents part 382,-
Vantaa parents part 382,-
Please make sure you fill in the municipal form as soon as possible to collect your support. You can locate it from the following link;
Helsinki and Vantaa parents; https://www.kela.fi/documents/10192/3861304/WH1.pdf/d7de66e9-d9b6-4109-804d-4768479a4e4b?version=1.2