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The nursery KiKriKi of the Studierendenwerk Erlangen-Nürnberg is located in the St. Peter district of Nuremberg and is very easy to reach by public transport.
Our small family-run facility offers space for a maximum of 8 children aged 1 - 3 years. The premises are located on the first floor of the Nuremberg student dormitory St. Peter in Walter-Meckauer-Straße 22 in a quiet courtyard.
In the nursery, children, parents and pedagogical staff should feel comfortable. A loving and respectful cooperation is the basis for this. TRUST is very important to us. We do not encourage the child, but we support it in making its own experiences and learning from them.
Children of students are given priority and are admitted at very favorable conditions.
Opening hours and booking times
The facility is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Friday.
Parents can set individual daily booking times for their child. The following models are available:
4 - 5 hours
5 - 6 hours
6 - 7 hours
7 - 8 hours
8 - 9 hours
Core hours are between 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The booked number of hours may not be exceeded on a weekly average. There is also the possibility to adjust the booking time monthly if necessary (with at least two weeks' notice).
The monthly care costs are based on the average daily booking time (weekly average) and amount to:
For students*: For non-students:
4 - 5 hours 186,- € 425,- €
5 - 6 hours 205,- € 491,- €
6 - 7 hours 216,- € 557,- €
7 - 8 hours 228,- € 623,- €
8 - 9 hours 239,- € 689,- €
* who are enrolled at a university in Bavaria and pay a student services fee there.
Additional costs include a monthly fee for diapers, breakfast and lunch.
A trusting team situation is the basis for pedagogically sound and professionally competent work. To ensure this, joint team meetings are held at regular intervals. This is where the weekly schedule, activities and celebrations are planned, parent meetings are prepared and upcoming appointments are discussed. The individual staff members have the opportunity to voice praise, criticism and suggestions in order to improve the pedagogical work.
Furthermore, continuous further education and training of the staff is important to us. All team members have the opportunity to regularly attend further training courses in addition to those required by law.
There is a regular and intensive exchange between the sponsor of the day care centers and the pedagogical staff. This guarantees rapid and situation-oriented action for the benefit of the children.
1 educator as head of the day care center
1 nursery nurse
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