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Infants

6 months to 1 ½ years

Our “nappy curriculum” serves children from 6 months to 1 ½ years. In a wondrous world your child will be able to explore and discover. With its five senses your child will be discovering new things, trying out toys, feeling textures, exploring colors. By meaningful play with other children, your child will also learn a whole variety of sounds and words and it will copy actions of the surrounding people.

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Each day is full of carefully planned activities. The activities are age appropriate and structured around the six main areas of development: sense of self, social relations, creativity, movement, exploration and early logic, communication and language.

Starting at Little Star Day School, experienced and qualified teachers will work with you to make the settling-in period a smooth and happy time. Each child has two primary caregivers who ensure their wellbeing during the daily stay. In a written report they will provide you, during pick-up, with information about your child’s stay; e.g. diaper changes, sleep times and food intake.

We know that personal attachment, sensory experiences and nurturing in care are so essential to young children. Knowing this we create a strong bond to the child and its parents. Little Star Day School is home away from home.

Little Star Day School wants to be your trustful and supportive partner in childcare. With our services we want to make life easier. Having this in mind we provide your child with everything it might need during its stay at Little Star Day School: nappies, lotion, formula and bottles, fresh meals based on the parents instructions, all sanitary products like toothbrush and toothpaste, sun cream and much more. Thus, you can focus on your child and have a relaxed time when coming to Little Star Day School.

Infants groups are available in our schools in Zurich-Seefeld, Zurich-Sihlcity, Zurich-Wollishofen, Kilchberg and Zug.

Kind schläft im Kinderwagen