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About us

In Hobbiton, the little one will find a caring, close to family, developing environment. Your child will have the opportunity to engage in learning through play. At the heart of our parenting method is the child’s development through play. From a distance, it may seem that children are “just playing”, but our educators constantly offer new and difficult challenges to children during this game based on the child’s interests. In this process, children develop skills such as self-confidence, sharing, willingness to help, independence, perseverance, creativity, curiosity and the ability to learn about the world.

Hobbiton welcomes the involvement of parents in the life of the nursery. They are involved in events, cooking, reading fairy tales, trips, attracting and implementing various resources.

The whole team works on our garden activities. The kindergarten founder, director, quality management specialist, educators and nannies are involved in the work. Our approach allows us to create an environment that maximizes the holistic development of the child. This is followed by a healthy lifestyle, science, art, literacy.

Our location is in the vicinity of Lisi Lake – an ecologically clean environment that supports us in outings inspired by the concept of a forest garden. Accordingly, our activities include both indoor and outdoor patio space, of course, depending on the weather, season and program.


Kindergarten Hobbiton's mission is to promote holistic child development through play and project-based learning based on parent and community involvement.
We play, we learn, we grow!


Kindergarten Hobbiton's vision is to fully provide a Montessori environment for the holistic development of a child by 2030, which includes center spaces equipped with wooden furniture, natural materials and a variety of toys accessible to children.


To fulfill this mission, our strategic plan is based on such values as:
- Positive and physically safe environment;
- Considering the child's interests in the process of planning activities;
- Teaching with games and projects;
- Organization of outdoor activities, outings and hikes, which help the child to learn about the world - I as a part of the world;
- Children as "little researchers";
- Caring for continuous development of employees;
- Use of community resources;
- Involvement of parents, communication with them and informing about the child's development using an electronic system.