Monday - Friday
06:45 am - 06:30 pm
apply for a place
Parents must submit here an application for pre-registration to the Réseau Enfants Chablais.
The management of Espace de Vie Enfantine will contact the parents as soon as they can offer a place for the child.
The facility gives priority to parents from the Enfants Chablais network. Parents domiciled in this network or whose employer is part of it may benefit from subsidised rates. Other parents can place their children in the facility at the ‘non-network’ rate.
presentation of the before and after school facility
The well-established pop e poppa aigle before and after school facility is located in the multicultural residential suburb of Aigle. Painted in bright cheery colours, the premises offer children and their families a warm and cosy atmosphere.
Our pedagogic approach is based on the following values and believes:
- Openness and originality
- Treating oneself, the others and the environment with respect
- Solidarity and helpfulness, even among the youngest of our charges
- Confidence in the children’s ability to determine their own development
- Conviction that close cooperation with the families provides security for children, families and staff alike
Our team of multicultural, creative and highly motivated young childcare professionals works closely with the families to establish a solid foundation of trust. We value the children’s learning outcomes and help them broaden their horizon through play. The centre provides a wide range of sensory, motoric and cultural experiences as well as workshops offering crafts, cooking, gardening and hands-on recycling activities.
This before and after school facility is fully integrated into the Enfants Chablais network and collaborates actively with the other facilities in the network to find childcare solutions for parents seeking the best possible balance between professional and family life.
The joy of growing up
Roots and wings
Socio-emotional skills help the child to make progress on a personal level.
The joy of playing
«Playing is a child's work, it's their job, it's their life.» This is not only amusing, it's crucial.
I'm doing it!
The child learns that it can do everyday things on its own: put on its jacket, eat like adults, wash its hands, etc.
A better world
For our teams, good treatment is a constant behaviour of respect and trust to value and encourage the child.