Everything at a glance
Am Bauhof 3a, 41564 Kaarst (09/2022-2024)
Commerhof, Kaarst-Holzbüttgen (ab 2024)
Our opening hours
● Monday to Friday: 07:30-16:30
● Closing days on two weeks in summer, between Christmas and New Year, and on 4 other days.
19 July 2022, 5pm
To register for an information evening at our daycare, please fill out our no-obligation place request form. You will then receive an email with further details.
Currently, there are still places avaiable (Ü3 places).
If you are interested, please register here. Our Parents’ Support Service will contact you as soon as possible.
Do you have any questions?
Our Parents’ Support Service will be happy to help you.
This is us
In September 2022, Villa Luna Kaarst Commerhof moved into a modular facility at the Bauhof. The premises are bright, spacious and are complemented by a 612sqm outdoor area. Here is plenty of space to discover the world, to romp and play. The beautiful Vorster Forest is nearby and we are looking forward to exploring it with the children.
The English language is taught to the children at Villa Luna Kaarst Commerhof by our own immersion specialist. This specialist speaks only English with the children and their team colleagues, so that the children are immersed in a so-called language bath.
Loving care and support by a team with different educational backgrounds is just as important to us as a wholesome, healthy diet.
The move to the final daycare building, which is currently still in the planning stage and is being built in Kaarst-Holzbüttgen at Commerhof, is expected to take place in the summer of 2024. The modern new building will offer space for five groups
Sufficient parking spaces are available at the Bauhof.
We look forward to welcoming your child to our bilingual daycare center soon!
What we offer
The group forms
Until 2024, we will care for up to 40 children aged three to six in two groups in the transitional premises.
It is expected that we will be able to expand our offering to five groups from the summer of 2024.
Our daycare center:
● Bilingual care and support according to the immersion principle by at least one English-speaking specialist.
● A wide variety of educational offers and movement activities.
● Wholesome, fresh meals. Breakfast and snack prepared on site in our own kitchen.
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