When we opened our kindergarten in 2004, we knew from the very beginning that we do not want it to be a “storage place” for children of hard-working parents.
An African proverb says that it takes a village to raise a child. We are as convinced as we were in the first days that the kindergarten is a place where the whole community – from parents to other children to every single kindergarten employee - helps the child to fully unfold his or her personality and to grow up as a responsible and sociable person.
Our informal educational forum, the Knowledge Club, is where we share best practices, researchers’ latest findings, and practical advice on the education of a child in particular and on human well-being in general. We also invite special guests – renown experts in their fields whose works and insights contribute greatly to the scientific achievements of today’s Lithuania. Knowledge Club gives a unique opportunity to learn things that in one way or another have to do with our children, to find answers to the questions that come up when watching a TV show or reading an article, or to clear our mind of thoughts that sometimes do not let us sleep at night: in short, to know everything we always wanted to know about ourselves or our child, but were afraid to ask!