Kindergarten Iasi
EuroEd Iasi

Kindergarten EuroEd Iasi is the place where childhood with her ​​charm , is at home and where each child is guided on their way to increase play.

Kindergartens Iasi

Kindergarten EuroEd city has a tradition of 19 years in pre- marked map of achievements , lessons learned and exceptional educational projects .


EuroEd Kindergarten follows the national curriculum approved by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research & Iasi County School Inspectorate. To enrich the approved curriculum, we develop a series of optional and extracurricular activities which contribute to children’s development and upbringing.

We currently provide services for:

  • Lower Kindergarten (Grupa Mica) – for children aged 3-4 -  one group, up to 15 children
  • Middle Kindergarten (Grupa Mijlocie), for children aged 4–5 – one group, up to 15 children
  • Upper Kindergarten (Grupa Mare), for children aged 5–6 – one group, up to 20 children

Our curriculum

Compulsory activities Extra-curricular activities Other activities and partnerships
- Understanding the world
- Mathematics
- Language development
- Citizenship
- Physical education
- Arts education
- Practical abilities
- Introduction to chess
- Dance lessons
- German language
- French language
- Eco crafting
- Demonstrative activities with parents’ participation
- Parental involvement in educational activities
- Partnerships with the local community
- School partnerships at local, regional, national and international level
- Psychological counseling and speech therapy  


What makes our curriculum special is the CLIL approach. We integrate English language learning in almost all classroom activities. This method stimulates English language learning and use in various communicative situations. 

What are the advantages of learning a foreign language at kindergarten (at an early age)?

Studies have shown that during the first years it is much easier for children to learn foreign languages. The earlier children are exposed to other languages, the better their ability to understand and communicate in their mother tongue.  

EuroEd provides children with this opportunity by promoting the learning of English. We believe this approach will ensure children’s school readiness and successful academic progress. 

What ELT methods are used?

Our teachers have an excellent command of English. They use communicative interactive methods tailored to meet children’s specific needs.

Does English language learning affect the communication skills in the mother tongue?

Learning a second language does not influence the acquisition of the Romanian language. The ability to be accurate and fluent in both languages depends on age, intelligence, personality and other personal skills.

Teaching methods

We use a combination of the most efficient teaching methods (including storytelling).

The appropriate educational environment is ensured by using attractive teaching resources for each stage of cognitive development which make the most of the children’s learning potential. The teachers’ role is to observe and foster the learning process by continuously reshaping the environment. The activities expose children to different experiences meant to help them develop a certain concept or skill, and thus lay the foundation of a lifelong learning process. Children select and work with teaching resources to acquire knowledge and skills in different areas. The practical activities are related to elements from their own home environment, something that facilitates sensorial development and shapes language and mathematical skills.

Our goal is to create and maintain a positive environment in which children are encouraged to respect and collaborate with each other. Also, through all our activities we aim to develop children’s critical thinking and creativity.