In partnership
with Lycée Molière


General information

EEBA Nursery offers a multilingual and multicultural environment for children aged 2-5, following the European Early Education Curriculum strongly influenced by the Nordic and Montessori pedagogies.

In our Nursery, we have 4 classes/sections that work together:

  • Nido Rose is a bilingual English/French class for the youngest (2-3 years old) where the children discover life at school and develop their social skills, their notion of sharing and autonomy.
  • Bluebells is a bilingual Swedish/Norwegian section for children between 2-5 years old (mixed ages) and follows the European Early Education Curriculum with a Scandinavian touch.
  • Casa Daisy and Casa Lys are also bilingual English/French (3-5 years old), with an emphasis on English as the academic language in Casa Daisy for L1 English students, and French in Casa Lys for L1 French students. Both classes are set up in a Montessori pedagogy and follow the EU Early Education Curriculum.


    1. Respect, responsibility, knowledge and integrity.
    2. Multilingualism.
    3. Learning together, across cultural borders.
    4. Differentiation.


The European Early Education Curriculum focuses on 4 main areas:

  1. Me and my body
  2. Me as a person
  3. Me and the others
  4. Me and the world

We delve into these 4 areas through a theme based approach, taking into account the children’s own interests.

The European Early Education Curriculum walks hand in hand with the Scandinavian and Montessori pedagogies that are also integrated in our Nursery and part of our history since many years.


Multilingual environment

All children in preschool learn English and French. We also offer different mother tongue sections, including French, English, Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish.

Social and individual development

We approach each child from a holistic perspective to ensure he or she develops individually and socially according to his or her specific needs.

A place to run, play and learn!

The château, school buildings and outside facilities are surrounded by extensive parkland, offering a safe and calm environment. These grounds provide plenty of opportunities to explore nature and develop motor skills. Our pedagogical approach to outdoor activities is centered on Nordic values — which means we play outside in all sorts of weather and instill a passion for the outdoors from an early age!


Safe and nurturing environment

Our nursery provides a safe and nurturing environment that supports each child’s active learning in a playful yet challenging way.

Personal development

We see every child as an individual, and follow and encourage their personal development.

Tailored method

We offer a combination of European and Nordic methods and traditions through play and manipulation.


The school is EcoSchool certified, thus committed to an ecological approach that prepares students for the major challenges of tomorrow. We offer students the opportunity to experiment with their learning in a real 'living lab'.


Parental Involvment

We encourage and welcome the support and involvement of our parents in the life of the nursery and hope to form a supportive and beneficial partnership between home and school where the child is always our priority. There is an ongoing informal exchange of information between parents and staff on a daily basis when appropriate, so that any difficulties can be addressed and achievements recognised.

Written reports on the children’s progress are provided at the end of the autumn and spring terms. There are also opportunities to discuss your child’s progress at the individual parent-teacher meetings that take place twice a year.

Parents are always welcome to discuss any areas of concern with the nursery staff. Our nursery is a place where children can enjoy positive learning experiences, develop confidence and grow in a healthy, nurturing, happy environment.