Childcare at 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.”
https://www.oma-opa-hilfsdienst.de/ (in German only)
The non-profit organisation PiB is Bremen’s centre for foster families, parents, and child day care. We are specialised in family-oriented childcare: we support and give advice to people who take care of children on a short or long term basis, and ensure that they are properly qualified. We are committed to working with children, foster parents, parents and with licensed day care mothers.
If you would like your child to attend child day care (Kindertagespflege), our team can offer advice and information. PiB – Pflegekinder in Bremen is the specialist service for child day care in the city of Bremen. We work on behalf of the Bremen Social Services, providing expert advice to parents about day care placements for children. PiB co-operates with more than 300 qualified licensed day care mothers in the Bremen area.
The Entdeckerkids is a day-care center that offers company-related childcare for children aged 6 months up to school entry. The care offered by the discovery kids is primarily aimed at employees of the University of Bremen. Parents residing in Bremen who are employed at the university can register their child with the discovery kids.
The Entdeckerhaus is one of six institutions of the Entdeckerhaus gGmbH and the Kindertagesstätte Technologiepark e.V. It offers day-care for up to 80 children from 6 months to school age.
More information at:
Tel: +49 421 24 40 730
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.