We get to know each other
We plan a meeting during which we can get better acquainted and during which the parent can freely observe the Acorns educational environment. The best time to come visit is between 9:30 and 11:00. In order to set up a meeting, call 0788418186, our Head Teacher, Fiona Duțu’s phone number.
Find out all you need to know
From your child’s schedule, to the curricula, meals, pauses and games: find out all you need to know before choosing Acorns.
Create the educational plan
We adapt the Acorns curricula according to your child’s social, emotional, physical and intellectual development.
Find out your child’s needs
There are no two children alike and that’s why we focus on the child’s unique personality and preferences in establishing the best approach to their education.
Signing the contract
You fill in the signup sheet, pay the signup tax at least one month before classes begin and we draw up the sponsorship contract.
Before choosing a nursery it’s important to compare at least two options in order to make the best choice for your child. Take into account their needs, care and education and how you will be able to synch your schedules.
Acorns offers two options, each adapted to your needs and committed to the same goal: a sustainable, healthy and creative environment for your child.
Before your child starts, we will need the following papers:
• Medical test results (from a throat swab and a stool sample)
• Medical notice from your general practitioner
• A copy of one parent’s ID
• A copy of the child’s vaccination file
• A copy of the child’s birth certificate
Our accounting department will contact you in order to fill out the sponsorship agreement (on either a personal or legal entity basis).
The new “acorn” will require the following items for the nursery:
• An Acorns sack for keeping their clothes in
• Several changes of clothes (including underwear, socks etc).
• Pajamas for children in Shiny Stars
How to help your child prepare for Acorns:
After enrolling your child, the Head Teacher will assist you in determining when your child will start nursery. We recommend that before he/she officially becomes a part of our daily schedule they come to spend some time (1-2 hours) with the group of children, in order to get used to the environment.
When your child enrolls at Acorns, one of the educators will become their key-person.
Research shows that the “key person” method (Key Person Approach) is the most efficient way of ensuring that children will develop a relationship with an important grownup from the nursery.
The key person will be the educator who will play the role of main contact between the nursery and family, who will help the child settle in, who will write a monthly report detailing each child’s progress and who will gather information regarding each child’s development in Acorns.