Welcome at Straßenkindergarten Leipzig
You are welcome to apply by email to email@example.com.
We participate in the German Action Days on Sustainability
We support the declaration for a human rights oriented social and educational work
“As a parent initiative, we stand for an open society oriented towards human rights, live inclusion and oppose exclusion.”
https://parisax.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Website/1_Aktuelles/2019/19–04-26_gemeinsame_Erklaerung_Menschenrechte.pdf [in German, external link]
We are moving…
For us, the Straßenkindergarten, this means we will be moving end of 2023 to Lützner Straße in Lindenau. In the new building we will expand our size to 81 children, including up to 9 children with integration status.
At the new place we can eventually implement several of our visions: we will have our own kitchen to cook our own meals and there will also be a „garden for little exploreres“ to grow vegetables and herbs together with the children. So our future Straßenkindergarten children can discover from seed to table how our food is growing.
Monday to Friday 7 am to 5 pm
During 3rd and 4th week of summer school holidays 8 am to 4 pm
Closing days in 2023:
16. + 17.03.2023
23. + 24.11.2023
The Straßenkindergarten is a parents’ initiative with an own supporting association, founded already in 1993. It’s a place for adults and children to meet, feel comfortable and inspire each other in the sense of a holistic development. This happens within the framework of family-supporting work as well as a partnership-based collaboration of all members.
The involvement of parents and the co-determination of children are the supporting pillars of our concept. The educators see themselves as companions and facilitators as well as instigators for the children and therefore create an atmosphere which is allowing space for individuality.
In Straßenkindergarten, children and their families are welcome, regardless of their origin, religion, gender, social status and special physical, mental and spiritual conditions. We stand for inclusion and oppose exclusion.