Duhovka Preschool - Prague 1

Duhovka Preschool - Prague 1

Cihelná 2, Praha, 11800 Now closed - opens tomorrow at 08:00

Duhovka Preschool is an internationally accredited Czech-English Montessori preschool which offers an educational program for children aged 1.5 to 6 years. Duhovka Preschool is part of a comprehensive Duhovka Czech-English Montessori education system for children and youth from 1.5 to 19 years.

• Montessori for children under 1 year (Prague 6)
• Toddler Programe (two classes for toddlers aged 1.5 year to 3 years, Prague 6)
• Preschool (for children aged 3 to 6 years, Prague 1 & 6)
• Duhovka Summer Camp (for children aged 3 to 8 years, Prague 6)

Preschool profile:
• Czech-English Montessori environment
• A respectful, kind, individual approach
• Czech and English speaking, certified Montessori teachers
• Airy classrooms, richly equipped with various Montessori tools and educational materials
• Our own gym
• Large garden full of inspiration for physical activities and for observing nature’s beauty
• Sports & art clubs in Czech and English
• Full-day diverse and healthy food service
• Field trips, seasonal activities and museum visits
• Speech therapy and consultation in the area of special learning needs
• Educational seminars and meet-ups with parents
• Czech-English summer camp
• Tuition discounts for siblings
• Member of the American Montessori Society (AMS)

Prague 6 - Střešovice, Pevnostní 6
Prague 1 - Malá Strana, Cihelná 2

In all of our classes, children are guided by both English and Czech Montessori teachers. Children are in contact with a second language and they learn to use it in real life situations. At Duhovka Preschool we provide a quality environment that encourages children’s natural curiosity and helps fully develop a child's potential. We follow the principle: "Help me do it by myself".

Duhovka Preschool offers modern facilities equipped with the best Montessori learning tools and materials which connect minds and bodies and help children learn by doing. Children learn using all their senses. The learning process is mostly based on observation and manipulation of materials working individually and as part of a team. The child absorbs information at their own speed, in an unforced way. A sufficient ratio of Montessori teachers to the number of children in classes enables an individual approach and care with respect to the development of each child's unique personality, strengths and self-discipline.