Swimming | Horse riding | Ice skating | Children’s ballet classes | Judo | Chess | Acro dance | Child piano


It is commonly known that the ability of clever swimmers is greater than that of common children, and that certain age-related movements are acquired more quickly and more steadily. In the pool, with the help of a trained instructor and a caretaker, the swimming lessons of 2-3 year old children can be effectively solved. Thus it is no longer impossible for a 6 year old child to master all 4 swimmers. Nor is it a negligible aspect that these children love to swim.


Horse riding

Effects of horse riding: Kinesitherapical effects treats abnormal muscle-tone improves movement perception develops body image develops balance and body control Pedagogical psychological effects develops attention and thinking broads experiences appearance of self-confidence, independency, self-expression develops motivation emotional development.

Social effects development of making contacts contact with horses contact with horseman/woman contact with friends emotional functions develops communicative and interactive skills spare time, sport Read more


Ice Skating

Ice skating is a great opportunity for children to have special development. Along with a better coordination children can get better social and communicative skills and become more intelligent. Children can learn ice skating through playful activities so later they are more likely to doing other sports too. Ice skating helps to develop concentration skills as well.



AGES 2 – 7

We make dance fun while learning. Classical Ballet classes beginning at age 2 and building to age 7. The curriculum was created to encourage age appropriate creativity, musicality, and physicality. Your child will dance and have fun with an emphasis on the foundations of ballet. Dancers will be brought through creative movement and basic ballet steps and more!

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Judo is a full-fledged culture of the body. Judo’s main goals are the controlling of aggressiveness, establishment of respect, appreciation, politeness, willpower, endurance and inner discipline according to the Japan tradition. Surveys shown that 70 % of school accidents happen because of children’s inadequate coordination of their body. With the help of judo children can learn how to fall so the number of accidents is more likely to decrease.

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Chess is a very complex game which needs logical thinking. Rules are to be followed and motives to be recall. During playing plans should be made so children are taught to act logically and not only spontaneously. Chess especially develops memory, creativity, methodical and effective thinking, divided attention and good learning skills


Acro Dance

Children Dance & Acro Dance

3-5 and 5-7 years

Acro Dance is a style of dance that combines the dancer’s technique with precision acrobatic elements. Its athletic character, combined with unique choreography, seamlessly blends dance and acrobatics together. Acro technique includes balancing, limbering, tumbling and partnering, using flexibility, contortion and strength. Historically, Acro is a traditional Chinese dance which has recently gained popularity with the wide spread success of the contemporary circus productions of Cirque du Soleil.

The Sandersons’ team leading these sessions have been through the required training and hold the necessary qualifications for Acro Dance. The earlier that we can introduce children to the dancing bug, it will be more likely that they will continue to participate in fitness activities in later years and lead a more healthy lifestyle.There are many benefits for children taking part in dance or exercise….

Improves balance, co-ordination, movement, mobility and rhythm.
Helps to develop speech, imagination, memory and social skills.
Encourages interaction with other children.
Builds confidence through repetition.
Allows children to display personal creativity.
Assists in combating childhood obesity
Provides positive associations with exercise from an early age.

Every Monday from 3:15 pm in Mini Klub

Registration is required for the first time


Child piano

Our music teacher gives piano lessons with specifically method for kindergarten age by the nursery’s piano.

His curriculum is the result of years of daily effort and study wherein the authors, all master piano teachers, observed children attempting to learn the piano. Lessons were used as a living laboratory to see what children actually could do comfortably at the piano. Over many years of observation and experimentation various techniques were developed, all outside the realm of “conventional piano teaching,” that proved to have profound and beneficial effects in early piano lessons. We observed what worked for children, what pace they set for learning and where their “comfort zone” was. The “comfort zone” is the place where children can produce simple music without the stress normally associated with “piano lessons.” Many of the techniques described herein are presented in the form of piano games. The “game” is the primary unit of instruction with our “method.” Everything is expressed as a game. Repetition must be disguised in some manner that counteracts the mind-numbing effect of rote practicing. Some issues require careful observation of the child to find a way to unlock their abilities further. Other issues simply require a new attitude on the part of the teacher, usually one of extreme patience. Patience is the prime capital of the children’s piano teacher. Many an impatient and impulsive piano teacher has destroyed a child’s desire to play piano with a single, ill-considered criticism. It is better to laugh at the mistake, take note of it for further study, but not let the child feel bad about it. An atmosphere of happy, game-like study is best. In order to be an effective children’s piano teacher, you’ll need to be able to be rather theatrical. Adopt the manner of a good natured guest who has something interesting to tell. If they aren’t in the mood for your “story,” tell another. A large part of successful piano teaching is constantly gauging the mood of the “contestant.” If you carefully observe a child at the piano, they will almost tell you what they are in the mood to learn. If it is nothing that they wish to learn, and that happens often, be clever enough to disguise a simple skill as “nothing.” Follow the child’s mood. There is so much to learn from the piano that a clever teacher can start anywhere and still have the child come away from the lesson with some skill upon which another can be built. Children’s piano requires a balance between fun and work, and the ability to disguise work as fun whenever possible.

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