The Kinderland is a childcare center on campus. The children are looked after by student assistants who are financed by the AStA student council, the university, and the Student Services Organization. The Kinderland has toys and play equipment for children of all ages, an outdoor area, and a small kitchen.
Age of children: Children are looked after in mixed-age groups, starting from six months.
Hours of care: The childcare is offered from Mondays to Fridays in the time from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Children of parents who are studying can be looked after up to nine hours a week. In exceptional cases, such as block seminars at weekends, childcare on Saturdays can also be arranged.
Location: Sportturm building, level 1
Unikrümel is a childcare service organized by students for students. The team of Unikrümel consists exclusively of paid student assistants and students, who receive 3 credit points for the elective part of their studies/General Studies. This possibility to earn credits is available for students from the faculties eight to eleven.
Age of children: Children from age one to four
Hours of care: Up to nine hours a week, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (in two-hour blocks) currently no childcare possible!
Location: Campus Boulevard, diagonally across from the Mensa cafeteria
Group size: ten children from ten months to three years of age
Location: centrally on Campus Boulevard, across from the Mensa cafeteria
Hours of care: 30.5 to 38 hours a week
Team: The same two nursery teachers look after the children every day and are therefore stable, reliable care providers. In addition, there is another permanent team member, who supports the daily group activities and can also take over as a substitute in the case of illness. Interns who complete a practical part of their training or studies are also a regular part of the daily group routine.
Introduction to the Approach of the Wuselhöhle:
Children are cared for in a safe setting where all their basic needs can be met. These include comfort, attention, movement, appreciation, and rest. The approach of the Wuselhöhle is to provide children with a variety of experiences and to allow them to be self-determined. We work with fixed rituals and structures to give the children a sense of security. We understand our work not as education, but as accompanying and supporting learning processes. Children learn and discover with all their senses. For this, children need a safe, protected setting in which they can experiment. The Wuselhöhle offers exactly this setting.
Phone: +49 (0)421 218-60247 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Childcare in the State of Bremen
Oma-Opa-Hilfsdienst in Bremen Mahndorf
For casual childcare jobs, the support of the grannies and grandpas from the Oma-Opa-Hilfsdienst can be booked against payment. Students have had good experiences with this service. This is what they say about themselves: “Our carers usually look after children from baby to school age for a maximum of two to three half days a week. In an emergency, we help as quickly as possible, if necessary, also without charge.”
Further information is available on the website:
https://www.oma-opa-hilfsdienst.de/ (in German only)
The Uni-KiTa offers six full-day groups for children from 1-3 years as a crèche. Children of students and employees of the University of Bremen are preferred. There are 6 groups with 8 children each. Each group generally has two educators / specialists and, if necessary, an FSJ student or an intern.
Monday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday 8 am-3pm
Are outside the university's lecture hours. The KiTa is closed over Christmas, Easter and three weeks over the summer holidays.
Monthly contribution 450 euros including lunch.
Barbara McClinckton St. 1