Why The Learning Tree

The Learning Tree believes that children learn more and better when they have fun while learning. Impacting your child with how to learn in an entertaining, ludic and educational-minded style, helps provide them with long-life skills, which will help your child become an outstanding and successful learner.
The Learning Tree is the first private Preschool that gives your kids top-quality language proficiency and prepares them for primary school. This is achieved in the best possible and unique way while maintaining English as the preferred mode of communication.
We focus daily on the learning process and safety of every child. We love nurturing and cultivating their minds in a fun, relaxed and stimulating educational atmosphere.
We make use of music, movement, art and a variety of learning techniques and materials. This is designed to promote language development and creativity as well as the development of fine and gross motor skills.
Kids only utilize the five senses in learning. The Learning Tree provides multi-sensory materials and experiences to nurture your child’s thirst for knowledge about the world. Providing children with opportunities to learn using all five senses allows children to experience learning on a variety of levels.
We at the Learning Tree teach children to be educationally balanced for the next education stage. We inculcate in them the confidence and skills needed to succeed and exceedingly outshine their contemporaries.
Searching for a private preschool or nursery in Prague – the Czech Republic that guarantees peace and safety? A school that provides more than mere ‘babysitting’? Also, uses the English Language as its dominant form of communication?
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We focus daily on the grooming process and safety of every child. And finally, we are not sentimental about this “Hard nose, and Soft mind is what we have.”