Childhood is a period of great growth, knowledge, and experiences. In nursery schools, children share social, mental and physical activities to develop their skills. Nursery schools support parents in giving their children care, learning and training, which means it is essential to find a good one. ShMadrid shares a list with some great nursery schools in the city.
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Where to find great nursery schools in Madrid
Escuelas infantiles bilingües Brains Nursery School
Escuelas infantiles bilingües Brains Nursery School is a bilingual school (English and Spanish) which helps children between the ages of 0 to 7 years in their development and skills. Autonomy and stimulating experiences are the keywords at this nursery school.
Here, children can engage in all sorts of activities, like learning to swim or to play an instrument. The school is open from 7.30 am to 7 pm. They also offer summer camps, which start in July. They include psychomotricity, music, stimulation, art and kitchen workshops.
Until the age of 2, the activities during summer camps are in Spanish. From the age of 2, they are all in English. This nursery school is at Avenido de los Toreros, 9, in the neighbourhood of La Guindalera.
Orgaz Nursery School SL
Orgaz Nursery School is an international nursery school located in the neighbourhood of Piovera. The school accepts children from 8 months to 5 years old. The school looks to the future by using interactive chalkboards and iPads. An indoor swimming pool is available for children and their family for social activities.
Orgaz also provides a free bus to take children from and to nursery school, for the busiest parents. All in all, it is a great place for families who live far from downtown. This nursersy school can be found at Calle Frascuelo, 2.
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Arcadia Nuevos Ministerios
Arcadia Nuevos Ministerios is a nursery school for children from 0 to 6 years. Very well located, it can easily be found close to Paseo de la Castellana and the National Museum of Natural Sciences. Arcadia is a large nursery school with lots of windows and a great playground, allowing children to play both indoors and outdoors.
The education at Arcadia is based on Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles, by using games and psychometrics works. They have recently decided to integrate philosophy for children in their activities to work on children’s emotions.
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