Every child is born multi-talented, with a high possibility of development in all directions, the potential intelligence, predisposition for creativity development, and a large social talent. Contemporary pre-school education places emphasis on a new way of working with the child. The teacher treats the child as a partner, helping in individual development and indicates the direction in which the development of the child can and should be directed. In carrying out the pre-school curriculum, we provide a variety of pre-school educational techniques. We use the most interesting elements of many methods, supporting the comprehensive development of the child.

Methods we use in our daily work:

  • Developmental Movement Method by W.Sherbone - selected movement activities help children in the acquisition of body awareness, space awareness and acting within it and interacting with others. Getting to know their own body, a child discovers their movement, agility and strength by feeling safe and by learning about the space around it becomes active and creative.
  • The method of creative gymnastics (expressive) by Rudolf Laba, is also called the method of movement improvisation, and is fostering the ability of dance from an early age. In his method, R. Laban considers dance as the ability to express impressions, feelings, and experiences with the help of movement.
  • RHYTHMICS by the method of Emile Jaques - Dalcroze, is the expression of musical movement by means of the body. The basic assumption of this method is the development of hearing both through physical - rhythmic exercises and through solfeggio and musical activities in mutual correlation. This system is based on three interlocking elements such as: ear training, rhythm training and improvisation. 
  • Mathematical Education by Edith Gruszczyk - Kolczyńska involves facilitating of the mental development of children and preparing to start school education. It was created as a result of scientific research aiming at the combining into one process: the intense support of the development of children's operational intelligence, emotional resilience necessary for children to overcome difficulties and the development of mathematical skills used not only at school, but also in everyday life.
  • Method of learning how to read by Dr. Irena Majchrzak has already been used among very young children (2-3 year olds) and relates to the elementary reading instruction and to the preparation of the child to learn how to write. The basic assumptions of the different methods of teaching reading are: the introduction of a child into the world of words on a playground and during games, bringing joy and satisfaction, and facilitating a child in understanding the meaning and significance of individual words and not meaningless separate letters.  
  • Simultaneously - Sequential method by Prof. dr hab. Jagoda Cieszyńska prepares children for learning to read – it is a syllable method, based on the latest neuropsychological research years of experience and speech therapy treatment of Prof. dr hab. Jadwiga Cieszyńska. This method effectively shapes the ability to read with understanding.
  • The pedagogy of Klanza fun introduces into teaching and education creative methods, activating, stimulating emotions and imagination, allowing the participant of the group to fearlessly develop their best sides.
  • The Method of a good start by dr hab. Marta Bogdanowicz creates a system of exercises affecting primarily instrumental processes: perceptual and motor. The most vital role in this method is played by three elements: visual (graphic designs), auditory (song) and motor (performing movements organized in time and space, presenting graphic designs harmonized with the rhythm of the song).
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