For families that appreciate a slower pace of life, the tranquility of the countryside, and the possibility for their children to play in natural surroundings, our out-of-town kindergarten is probably the most suitable place for their little ones to grow.
Children have here plenty of space to let their imagination fly: there is a huge yard with a bicycle path and a hill, wide meadows hiding a small brook, a football field, and a shady forest offering to the kids a great space to camp each year during the Forest Project.
For families that live in the hustle and bustle of the city and cherish their time as the most precious resource, for those who appreciate the charm of the historic centre of Vilnius, our kindergarten located in the city centre is a great place for their children to grow.
The proximity of the Old Town, the diversity of activities, the abundance of the city's educational spaces provide inexhaustible opportunities to explore the world and to admire its wonders. The nearby Neris River, Kalnų Park and Bernardine Garden, the Gediminas‘ Tower and the Palace of the Grand Dukes are within walking distance even for the small children‘s feet!
The time that the child spends in a pre-primary group is the last period of his early childhood, followed by a long phase of school life.
In order to make the beginning of this new life a success, the kids work on strengthening their Lithuanian and English language skills, deepening their knowledge of letters and numbers, further developing their hand dexterity and body coordination, and discovering the subtleties of the communication with their peers: all this happens with the help of professional and caring teachers.
Our pre-primary groups, located in our city kindergarten, are characterised by the following:
Our preschool and pre-primary education curriculum is enriched with additional activities (included in the education fee) conducted by professionals in their field:
To help the children reveal their talents, even more additional activities and clubs are offered (for extra fees): karate, acrobatics, dance, football, violin, ceramics, etc.
A professional speech therapist helps children with speech disorders to overcome their speech difficulties or language issues. The ST works with small groups of 3 to 4 children, supporting them in developing their language and helping them to eliminate articulation inaccuracies.
Our social pedagogue monitors the dynamics in the kindergarten groups and provides consultations to teachers.
Fresh, healthy, and balanced food is prepared daily in the kitchen of Saulės Gojus. We choose the products carefully, avoiding flavour enhancers (such as E621), artificial colouring agents, or preservatives. Sweet snacks and sweetened carbonated drinks are not allowed in our school, and sugar and salt consumption is reduced to a minimum. Our children eat breakfast, lunch, second lunch, and evening snack, they nibble on fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the day and drink plenty of water. The Lithuanian State Food and Veterinary Service have approved our special in-house menu, which includes additional meals for vegetarians, and vegans, as well as gluten and lactose-intolerant children.
Children are admitted to our kindergarten after the parents‘ meeting with the management, submission of all required documents, and signing of the education services agreement.
Monthly Education Fee:
589 EUR in the preschool group (12 payments/year)
648 EUR in the pre-primary class (12 payments/year)
Education Fee includes:
Admission Fee: 300 EUR. It is a one-time, non-refundable fee for implementing the procedures of the child’s enrolment to the kindergarten.
Fee for Learning Materials: 150 EUR (pre-primary class).
Meal Charge: Countryside Kindergarten - EUR 8/day, City Kindergarten - EUR 8,50/day. This charge is applied for catering services provided to the child (breakfast, lunch, second lunch, evening snack, fruit, and vegetables) and is calculated based on the number of days of the previous month of the child’s attendance. The same charge applies to meals prepared according to a special menu meant for vegetarians and children allergic to certain foods.
Fees for additional activities/clubs, which take place in the afternoon, are to be paid according to the individual agreement with the responsible teacher organising the activity.