Duhovka Preschool and Nursery - Prague 1 & 6

Duhovka Preschool and Nursery - Prague 1 & 6

Pevnostní 657/6, Praha 6, 16000 Now closed - opens

Duhovka Czech-English Montessori Nursery and Preschool offers an educational program for children aged 1.5 to 6 years. The Preschool was established in 2008 and is a member of AMS - American Montessori Society. The follow-up for the Preschool is Duhovka Elementary School and Duhovka High School.

In our classes, English and Czech-speaking Montessori teachers guide children together. Throughout the day the children experience a foreign language and acquire it in real, natural situations. In Duhovka Preschool, we create a high-quality Czech-English environment that promotes the child's natural curiosity and helps to develop their full potential in the spirit of: "Help me to do it myself."

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

• Montessori for children under 1 year (Prague 6)
• Toddler Program (1.5 years to 3 years, Prague 6)
• Preschool (3 to 6 years, Prague 1 & 6)
• Duhovka Summer Camp (3 to 8 years, Prague 6)

• A respectful, kind, individual approach
• Czech and English-speaking Montessori accredited teachers
• The teacher takes the role of a guide in the classroom and supports the child's individuality
• Airy classrooms, richly equipped with various Montessori tools and educational materials
• 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 counselling
• Educational seminars and meet-ups with parents
• Czech-English summer camp
• Member of the American Montessori Society (AMS)

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. The Montessori environment develops children's skills and creativity and helps build social skills and independence. Children gain assurance based on satisfaction with themselves and understanding of their surroundings. This brings a sense of responsibility and a desire to be part of the world around them.