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We are currently taking enrolments in our Bilingual Preschool for the news school year 2021-22.
Preschool welcomes your children from September to June Monday to Friday mornings 8h30 to 12h00 for children aged 2 to 4 years with the possibility of all day
8h30 to 16h00 for children from age 3 years old
Our focus is on building the often overlooked but essential social skills that children need before they can master other basic skills required of them during the school years. The program provides opportunities for your child to interact independently with their peers and put into practice all the skills you’ve taught them on their own. Each class includes a wide array of activities that encourage peer interaction, promoting cooperation, curiosity and the capacity to communicate. These group experiences will help children develop the ability to follow directions, take turns and build confidence to accomplish new skills.
At Gymboree your child will be doing art, preschool activities, mouvement and play on our equipement, pre-writing skills and story time as well as exploration of basic skills including letter and letter sound recognition. Our small class size and high teacher student ratio, combined with our multi-sensory approach and positive learning environment, help make learning fun.
Please find below the information. We remain available for all questions and a visit.
Our Gymboree space is available for rent for 2 hours on Saturdays 13h-15h and 16h15-18h15 and Sundays 10h-12h, 13h-15h and 16h15-18h15. The cost is CHF 390. Gymboree Geneva members benefit with a 10% discount. Children and parents get together to play around our specially designed equipment. There is an option for a personalised 45 minute class with an enthusiastic Gymboree teacher who will lead your child and his or her friends through age-appropriate activities and games and parachute time. The cost is CHF 150. We also propose helium balloons for each child (CHF 2.50) and an extra 30 minutes of play time (CHF 50).
Please note that it is not possible to bring in exterior animation.
Bilingual summer camp will be from the 28th of June to the 26th of August (we will be closed on Friday the 27th of August), Monday to Friday, either half day 8h30-12h or 13h-16h30 or full days 8h30-16h30. There will be weekly themed activities (for example water fun, the beach, little explorers, green fingers…) with art projects, music and songs, play and movement downstairs, tactile time, imaginary play, story time and more. For children staying all day parents are to provide lunch for their child. There will be play time outside in the afternoons.
The cost for the week of half days is CHF 330 and the week of full days is CHF 550. You can also pick and choose your mornings or afternoons for CHF 76 each or full days for CHF 120. Costs include a morning snack and/or afternoon snack and all class room and art materials.
Please find the reservation form here:
We are taking enrolments for the new school year 2021-22
Class is for children aged 4, 5, and 6 years on a Wednesday 13h – 16h00 / 17h00
English is assimilated through play and movement, songs and music, stories, and multi-sensory activities. Learning a foreign language early has many benefits for your child:
Learning at a young age is very natural and effortless! This course is open to children with any level of English.
It is a full afternoon of fun and varied activities adapted to your child’s age.
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Gymboree Geneva offers classes for your little ones from birth to 5 years old. At Gymboree, you are guaranteed to have a magical time with your child. Real friendships start here!
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