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The Mobi day-care centre is located in a development area in Lokstedt. Children aged 11 months to 6 years are cared for in three nursery, three kindergarten and one Bridge Year group. The group rooms are friendly and bright with floor-to-ceiling windows and their own bathrooms. In addition to the focus on physical activity and bilingualism, swimming courses and music projects are provided, too, among other things. Many outings take place, for example to the Niendorfer Gehege recreational area and the nearby playgrounds. Good cooperation with parents is another important part of our educational work.

Kontakt

Mobi EN

Grandweg 95
22529 Hamburg

Leitung: Sonja Dorawa

Tel. (+49) 40 / 32 03 82 · 38

Fax. (+49) 40 / 32 03 82 · 40

mobi@finkenau.de
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General information

Opening hours

  • Monday – Friday
  • 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Information evenings by prior arrangement
  • Flexible day-care times upon request

Please bear in mind that we are only able to welcome visitors who have made an appointment beforehand.

If you are looking for a place at the day-care centre for your child, please contact us by e-mail. We will soon get back in touch with you.

Job vacancies

Gerne können Sie uns aber eine Initiativ-Bewerbung zukommen lassen.

Free places

We have places available in the kindergarten section.

Offer

Childcare provision

The Mobi day-care centre has three nursery groups, three kindergarten groups and a Bridge Year group. Our day-care centre is also equipped for children with early intervention needs.

All children who are new to the facility are helped in the process of settling in following evaluated acclimatisation models for day-care centres.

Educational offer

Mobility and bilingualism are the two main focuses at Mobi day-care centre. Our team works following the principle of immersion bilingually in English and German (with native or near-native speakers). We work in cooperation with the nearby ETV and SC Victoria sports clubs, and the day-care centre is able to use their gyms and sporting fields. Swimming courses take place weekly in the Lohkampstraße training pool. In addition, parents can purchase dancing lessons for the children and a course for early musical education.

Excursions are an important part of our everyday life with the children. We often go to the playgrounds in the immediate vicinity. Our destinations include the Niendorfer Gehege recreational area and public library, or we explore the district. In addition, project work takes place, e.g. under the headings “seasonal garden” or “forest”.

In the Bridge Year group, our oldest children prepare for school enrolment. The development of all children is accompanied and documented by using educational and learning stories.

We value wholefoods and healthy nutrition. The children drink still water, occasionally a very diluted juice spritzer. Lunch is freshly prepared and delivered daily by the “Vollmund” caterer.

Cooperation with parents

  • Regular meetings between management/substitution and the groups’ parent representatives
  • “Activity days” – parents come to the group and organise their own activity with the educators
  • Parents’ cafes
  • Parental survey
  • Parents’ council
  • Parents’ evenings
  • Conversations at drop-off and pick-up time
  • Complaint management
  • Annual development meetings
  • Support offered by internal advisory team

History

The Mobi day-care centre opened on 4 June 2013 and was the 27th facility of Stiftung Kindergärten Finkenau to do so. Located in the heart of a new housing area in Hamburg Lokstedt, the Mobi day-care centre is an important meeting point for the families who live here.

Day-care centre team

Qualified educators from a range of professions work at Finkenau’s facilities. Housekeeping and cleaning staff are also an integral part of the team. We are particularly committed to providing interns with qualified training.

Some teams receive additional support from volunteers or federal volunteers (“Bundesfreiwillige”).

Case discussions are held and pedagogical topics as well as conceptual and organisational matters discussed at the staff meetings that take place regularly. Our employees’ documentation and observation of the children’s development is an essential part of the work. All employees attend training courses on a regular basis.

Spatial layout

  • Seven group rooms on two floors, each with its own washroom
  • Bright rooms with mostly floor-to-ceiling windows
  • A large dining room with kitchen on each floor
  • Spacious, open entrance area
  • An extra room that can be used for therapies, among other things.
  • Two activity rooms for the kindergarten and nursery section (including ball pit)

Appointments 2021

We always strive to keep news up-to-date, but binding statements and announcements as well as information on closing times are only available from the facility itself.

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