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Monday - Friday
7:15 am - 6:45 pm
Labels and certifications
Capacity & Ages
Location & access
pop e poppa j.-j. rigaud
Rue Jean-Jacques-Rigaud 55
Tél.: +41 22 869 15 60 / 61
presentation of the daycare centre
The daycare centre pop e poppa jean-jacques rigaud offers children and their families a safe and cosmopolitan environment. The facility’s garden, which includes a little orchard, provides children with ample opportunity for physical activities.
Two among the three children’s groups are mixed-age, promoting independence, learning through imitation, respect and courtesy towards others.
It is our aim to support the children in their development and give them space to explore and make their own experiences. Throughout this process, we monitor the children’s general development and take their personal needs into account.
you obtain easy and secure access to a free app, which lets you receive important messages and follow the adventures of your child in picture form.
You receive regular invitations to workshops and talks on topics related to young children.
Pre-register your child now
Registration with the commune
Registration at the Bureau de la Petite Enfance (BuPE), Route du Vallon 6bis (next to the Registry Office building) at 1224 Chêne-Bougeries T: 022 869 17 89 – firstname.lastname@example.org – www.chene-bougeries.ch
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Just like at home
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News & events
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