“To The Children’s Castle” is a nursery & kindergarten founded at the heart of the city center and is situated 500 meters away from the Tramway in one of the quietest and calmest neighborhoods of Casablanca: Les Palmiers.
Our mission in life is to take the hand of our little angels and accompany them all along their discovery of the outside world. We guide them through their adventure of opening to the others. Since their early years we teach them the importance of sharing, respect and discipline. With all the love that we have to offer to them our kids consider school to be their second home where they blossom while having fun and therefore the delivery of knowledge happens very smoothly.
To The Children’s Castle is the first nursery & kindergarten to initiate our kids since the pre-kindergarten to cultural diversity. In fact, our school has an agreement with ‘The American Academy of Casablanca’ (A.A.C.). On a daily basis, our children do some French, English as well as Arabic. The concept behind forming trilingual kids is to complete their vision of the world and reinforce their feeling of sharing and universal solidarity.
Our presence at the level of the school is considerable. We are strongly convinced that a daily follow-up is the key factor to guarantee a better progress of things. We are very close to our children and we know them one by one. This strategy helps us enormously not only to know our pupils but also to communicate with their parents on a daily basis and to make of home and school one entity in the eyes of the child.
Our key values are based on three elements:
Openness: Because our children at this age are very curious from then on we internalize in them the spirit of tolerance and acceptance of others.
Solidarity: because it is at this age that the children have to learn the importance of sharing, of helping one another and teamwork.
Autonomy: Because we know that the personality of anyone starts building up since the youngest age therefore we help our children to discover themselves by themselves and to acquire a common sense of the responsibility and independence.