Our permanent programmes

Our permanent programmes include all-day English language learning with the Helen Doron English language programme, movement development, mini school, environmental education and dog therapy. Find out more!

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Our main goal is for children to easily acquire at least a basic level of English language without the need for traditional learning, through the Helen Doron language program, while being exposed to English language listening throughout the day. Language learning is a fundamental aspect of childhood development, and starting second language acquisition early on has an extremely positive impact on a child’s development and future. Children who are exposed to multiple languages early on are more likely to become bilingual or multilingual, which comes with numerous cognitive, social, and emotional advantages. Our English teachers are foreigners, allowing children to immerse themselves more intensely in the language, and English becomes a natural part of their communication. The daily guided English lessons aid them further in successfully mastering the language.

Helen Doron English language programme

Our institutions use the Helen Doron English language method. It is specially designed by linguist and teacher Helen Doron to meet the abilities and needs of pre-school children. The effectiveness of the method has been proven many times over, with the level of knowledge stored and acquired by the end of pre-school at a level where the child’s English language proficiency is close to 80% of that of a native English speaker of their age.

We provide a high quality pre-school education in a uniquely designed, cosy, child-friendly environment, and a playful approach to learning English using the Helen Doron language method for children from 3 years old to school age.

Because it takes into account children’s effective learning mechanisms; because its pedagogy is personality- and activity-centred, and aims to maximise the child’s hidden and emergent abilities. This is why Helen Doron’s qualified teachers, with their expertise and experience in language teaching, work with children.


It is proven, that children love learning with the Helen Doron English method.

Movement development

Movement development is based on elements of conductive pedagogy (Pető method). The sessions are structured according to the age-specific needs of the children. It is a playful, musical, complex development, where different areas of the brain are stimulated.

The development of attention is achieved indirectly by asking children to pay attention to several things at the same time within a task, e.g. to accompany the movement tasks with speech or a story.

One part of the sessions is more free-flowing, where children use a variety of developmental tools, while the other part is a guided movement development session, where, in addition to large movements, fine manipulation, balance, rhythm, long and short-term memory and attention are developed.

Usually, the disorders that occur at this age are due to neurodevelopmental immaturity, and since the nervous system develops beyond the fetal period with the development of movement in infancy, it is necessary to go back to this period in development. Thus, elements of certain infant movement patterns, such as crawling and climbing, are incorporated into developmental gymnastics.

Other important elements of the gymnastics include exercises to improve posture, strengthen the legs and develop partial skills.

Our gymnasium is equipped with top-quality facilities, containing the best tools necessary for successful development.

Mini School

The Mini School is a daily program designed for the last year before the start of formal schooling, providing children with a structured routine. In today’s world, adapting to heightened expectations is crucial for a child to successfully embark on their new journey.

Our aim is to gradually accustom the child to more focused attention, more disciplined behaviour, the joyful completion of tasks, the acquisition of appropriate and solid knowledge, a physical departure from the classic kindergarten appearance – room equipment, interactive whiteboards, etc. – which will facilitate a smooth transition to school life, all this while preserving the play, the real, carefree childhood they can experience.

Raising for environmental awareness

The goal of environmental education is to nurture individuals who live in harmony with the environment, possess environmentally conscious thinking, pay attention to their surroundings, have the appropriate knowledge, attitude, motivation, and apply their acquired knowledge in their daily lives!

Our educational method aims to equip children with the skills and abilities necessary for an eco-friendly, environmentally conscious lifestyle. This includes fostering awareness, openness, expanding knowledge, developing skills and abilities, fostering positive emotional relationships, recognizing and valuing real values, possessing the ability to critique, and handling conflicts correctly. They learn to appreciate the world around them, love and respect nature, protect not only their immediate environment but also extend their behavior and attention to the global environment.

Through our approach, children become capable of embracing a sustainable lifestyle, thereby contributing positively to the preservation of the environment.


Dog Therapy

In our institution, the “Mondjunk mancsot!” association conducts dog-assisted activities tailored to the children’s age, cognitive abilities, and interests. Through playful, movement-based tasks involving dogs, we aim to foster development.
Dogs have versatile therapeutic effects: their presence is motivating and rewarding for every child. They facilitate social interaction and cooperation, helping sustain children’s attention.
The therapy’s goal is to address areas of deficiency (communication, social development, motor skills) through highly motivating activities. Dog-assisted therapy can enhance communication, gross and fine motor skills, balance, rhythm, spatial orientation, body awareness, attention, memory, various perceptions (auditory, visual, tactile), and work capacity.

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