Location and opening hours
CONSISTENCY CREATES BETTER COOPERATION
All Touhula daycare centres share the same practices and policies that are designed with the children’s best interest at heart. This makes everyday life less complicated and ensures smooth cooperation between children, parents and employees.
Small group activities
Child’s own early childhood education and care plan
Straightforward co-operation with parents
Electronic communication channel
SMALL GROUP ACTIVITIES
In Touhula, we work in small groups during the day. This creates better interaction, less noise, and children receive more attention and personal time. Children are accepted as individuals, making them better equipped to build friendships and develop their emotional and play skills. Care providers will get to know the children in their own group better, allowing them to be more responsive to the different needs of each child. It is also easier to encourage children to play and to show initiative when working in small groups.
INDIVIDUAL EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PLAN
Families are the best experts when it comes to their children, and we pay close attention to their wishes regarding daycare. Each child will have an individual early childhood education and care (ECEC) plan, prepared together by the family and the daycare centre.
OPEN INTERACTION WITH PARENTS
In addition to the ECEC discussions that take place twice a year, parents’ meetings and family events form an integral part of cooperation. Another key factor promoting open interaction with parents are the daily chats with employees when children are dropped off in the morning and picked up in the afternoon.
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS CHANNEL
Most of our daycare centres use electronic communication that supports our daily cooperation and chats with parents. This system enables us to deliver weekly bulletins and other materials, and puts an end to those pieces of paper floating around in backpacks.
At Touhula daycare centres we regularly measure customer satisfaction and develop our operations based on the feedback we receive. In the customer satisfaction survey conducted in October 2016, Touhula reached a total rating of 4.32 (on a scale of 1-5). 96% of our customers are happy to recommend us.
According to the latest survey, children feel very much at home in Touhula while parents appreciate our friendly and courteous customer service. Although we are happy with the results, we recognise the constant need for development. Our goal is to provide the best possible customer experience for children and parents alike.
In addition to full-time daycare, we offer various flexible daycare solutions for the different needs of families. Unfortunately we can only offer a limited number of part-time care agreements, so please contact the manager directly to find out if any places are available.
Full-time daycare 12 days/month
Full-time daycare 15 days/month
Apply for a daycare place
Apply now to ensure a place in Touhula. We operate on a first-come first-served basis.
This is how it works:
- Fill in the application(s), and please remember that each daycare centre requires a separate application.
- Touhula will contact you within a week after application submission, and in most cases we can confirm your admission right away.
Sponsors and partners
At the core of our sponsor and partner activities lies a genuine desire to do good. We have local sponsors for each daycare centre who provide excellent role models for the children. Activities with our sponsors bring variety to the daily programme, and provide children an opportunity to learn new things from the sponsors.
What should we bring to daycare on our first day?
Check which items and clothes you should pack for your child on the first day of daycare. See the list.
What to bring to daycare?
Welcome to the happy bunch at Touhula. Let’s make sure that your daycare gets off to a great start. On the first day, please bring along the clothing and other items listed below. Also remember to mark your child’s name on all personal belongings.
- indoor clothes and indoor booties/anti-slip socks
- outdoor clothes, including clothing for outdoor activities
- a change of clothes
- rainwear and rubber boots
- creams or lotions as necessary
- any medication(s) that your child needs, these must be prescribed and according to a medications plan
- any items required for health care
- pacifier, feeding bottle
- sleep buddy for naptimes
- your own comb/brush if needed
- water bottle and sunscreen lotion in summer