A childcare center in an architectural landmark of the world known Swiss architect Bruno Giaco-
metti. This center focuses on forest and nature pedagogy and is proximity to the charitable foundation of epilepsy. An enchanted garden with the biggest sandbox of Zurich - 4x8 meter in size – is part of this unique daycare. Horses, sheeps and ducks are our neighbours as they have their home on the areal of the epilepsy clinic.
Forest day | Gym class in the gym | On-site children’s art center Animal farm as neighbours | Dance class with dance teacher | Music class | Recorder lessons for after school care
On-site Kitchen and chef
In certification process for the Quality-Nutrition certification: Healthy living
Studies, projects & awards
Childcare quality label based on ISO 9001
- One big excursion a month, e.g. to the zoo, airport, farm, food or flower markets or to a museum
- Project weeks as for example: Week of Switzerland in August
- Parties, as for example Halloween, Carnival, National day, Light Festival or local holidays
- Traditions and customs (e.g. local fairs)
- Project work along the annual program of the center
On-site garden or playground
Parks and playgrounds nearby
Area of the Epilepsy clinic with playgrounds and animal farm
6.45am - 6.45pm; Emergency care until 8.45pm
(Swiss)German & English
The house was designed by the world-know Swiss architect Bruno Giacometti, brother of the world-known painter Albert Giacometti. He himself and his wife lived in this home until the age of 104 and 107 years. After their passing away the charitable foundation of epilepsy decided that a globegarden childcare center serving the public would be a suitable fit for this historic location.
Alfred-Ulrich-Srasse 9, 8702 Zollikon
Phone Family Services: 044 536 55 32 | Center: 043 499 75 05
How to get there
Bus 912, 916 Station: Bahnhof Tiefenbrunnen, Bus 77 Station: EPI On-site parking lots
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