daycare centre in Geneva
Menthe à l'eau
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daycare centre in Geneva

Menthe à l'eau


Opening hours

Monday - Friday

7:30 am - 7:00 pm

Labels and certifications

Capacity & Ages

Number of places
From the end of maternity leave to starting primary school

Location & access

pop e poppa menthe à l'eau

Avenue de Champel 8C

1206 Genève

Tél.: +4122 552 23 15

Contact by email

Bus 1

Genève-Champel-Gare / Peschier

Bus 3

Genève-Champel-Gare / Peschier

Bus 5

Genève-Champel-Gare / Peschier


Gare Genève-Champel

presentation of the daycare centre

With the child’s flourishing and awakening at the heart of our educational approach, pop e poppa menthe à l’eau provides activities and workshops all year round.

Parents also play a vital role in the life of the crèche. Friendly events such as ‘parent cafés’ or parties are organised to enable parents and staff to meet and discuss the child’s development.

  • pep app

    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.

  • pep event

    You receive regular invitations to workshops and talks on topics related to young children.

  • pep flex

    you can bring your child to the crèche at any time and pick him up whenever you want.

  • pep lounge

    you can take advantage of our parent lounges to take a break and meet new people. You will also find magazines and books to help you in your role as a parent.

Pre-register your child now


Fill in the form


Submit the form to continue your pre-registration without obligation


In the pre-registration portal, enter your personal data, those of your child and the desired days of attendance


At the end of the process you will receive an email confirming your admission to the waiting list. The management of the daycare centre will contact you as soon as they are able to offer you a place.

in images

Le plaisir de grandir

A well-made head

Neuroscience studies tell us that an empathetic attitude promotes better neural development.

I want to…

Free-access play means giving free rein to the imagination and spontaneous movements for a child actor of his day.

I'm doing it!

The child will discover that he can do the daily gestures on his own: put on his jacket, eat like adults, wash his hands, and so on.

A better world

For our teams, good treatment is a constant behaviour of respect and trust to value and encourage the child.


the joy of growing together
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additional documents

Annual closure (FR)


Information on coronavirus (FR)


Welcome Brochure (FR)


Regulations (FR)


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