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Starting a private kindergarten in Poland


OP dangelo
17 Jan 2011 #31
But if you need some general information that applies everywhere and concerns childcare - I've pretty much learned it some time ago.

Any general information is gratefully received.
I am trying to research into Lodz and Wroclaw at the moment and find I can get some information from City Hall.
What I a would like to get a handle on is the regulations for the building where the Nursery will be located.ie Building, Fire, Health and safety etc. If you can help with this I would be very grateful.

dangelo

Chris
This is extremely useful information. I guess the old adage of Location, location, location is even more important when it comes to kindergartens. I shall try and find the areas ( in Wroclaw) where there is likely to be a shortage of public places for children. If you have any ideas, please drop me a line. I suppose it is only natural that parents will opt first for the state nursery as it is heavily subsidised. The problem, from what I understand, is that the state places seem to be fairly limited, which is creating the demand for a good alternative.

I hope that Kasia and I will be able to provide care for about 25-30 children.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386
17 Jan 2011 #32
I guess the old adage of Location, location, location is even more important when it comes to kindergartens

u might want to look at the more wealthy districts one or two miles/kms from the town centre.

that would be the south part of town with regard to wroclaw.
Olaf 6 | 956
18 Jan 2011 #33
Building, Fire, Health and safety etc. If you can help with this I would be very grateful.

Ok, but that is a lot of information to give, let me just find some time to write this all. Best would be if we could meet actually.
OP dangelo
19 Jan 2011 #34
Thanks Wroclaw. We are planning to visit next month and will head to this area first.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,858
19 Jan 2011 #35
Bear in mind something - the birth rate is very low in Poland among the people who are likely to be able to afford a private kindergarten. Those who actually are rich enough to afford it are also able to slip a bribe or two to get a place for their children - or be well connected enough to make a bribe pointless.

On the other hand, the birth rate among those who cannot afford private kindergartens is higher.

Out of interest, how much do you want to invest in this? My feeling is that you'll be looking at around 15,000 pounds minimum - and that's assuming that you can use an existing location that's already suitable for children.
ChrisPoland 2 | 123
20 Jan 2011 #36
But also keep in mind the point I made about private vs public (in Wroclaw). We are one of those foreign families with bi-lingual children that usually flock to private daycare centers. Additionally, we can afford a private daycare center. However, we chose a public daycare center because it is nicer than any private center we visited (in Wroclaw). And I don't mean it is a little bit better. It is so much better that the choice was simple. Luckily we "got in". Bribes (as mentioned above) were not needed in our case ;)
Gunel
25 May 2016 #37
hello,

I want to open a private kindergarden ( preschool) in Warsaw, Poland. I found a place.
My company will be started in 2 weeks time. I need somebody as a consultant to lead me untill the kindergarden is opened.
Please advice.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,858
25 May 2016 #38
I need somebody as a consultant to lead me untill the kindergarden is opened.

I can highly recommend someone if you give me your e-mail address.
Gunel
26 May 2016 #39
Delphiandomine, my email is
gunelmm23@gmail
Can you please advice me more on legal issues?
Thanks a lot!
Gunel - | 1
26 May 2016 #40
Hi Olaf,
Im interested in opening my own kindergarden in Warsaw.
Can you advice some good consultant to lead me untill the kindergarden is opened?
Kindergartengirl
20 Dec 2019 #41
@ghanem
Hi, Do you still have a kindergarten?
jimmybaloo 1 | 2
2 Jan 2021 #42
Hello, My wife and I are also attempting to do the same thing in Krakow we don't have the correct educational requirements so we are searching for a headteacher but most importantly someone to help us acquire funding from the education ministry and to have our curriculum approved through the proper means.

Although we know what curriculum we want to have we are unable to find any information on how to get it approved and what process we need if we do not have the correct education.

I assume we have to have a headteacher sign off on our curriculum.

If anyone can offer any assistance please contact me :)


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