- Organic Food
Located on Avenue du 18 juin 1940 in Rueil Malmaison, Water Lily day-care centre offers three types of care: on-going, occasional, and urgent. Every day, our team of early-childhood expert professionals welcomes 10 children ages 10 weeks to 3 years in a friendly and safe environment that is adapted to the needs of little ones. Children are divided into sections by age and enjoy activities that are adapted to their psychomotor development.
A day-care centre close to the Stadium Maurice Hubert
Introduction to English and foreign languages
At Water Lily, the French-English bilingual team speaks to the children every day in English. Professionals who speak other languages host short sessions in their mother tongue. Every day, there are activities which seek to expose your child to the diversity of world languages.
All pedagogical materials and parent-relations tools are in English and French. Parents may, if they wish, follow the centre’s day-to-day life entirely in English.
At Water Lily, nature is a familiar playing field: gardening, recycling workshops, handling natural materials, becoming aware of living... are all part of day-to-day life. Reading time, activities designed to spur the imagination, discovering foreign languages, learning sign language, are planned every day. Moreover, our soothing environment offers little ones moments of relaxation and expression of their emotions.
A dietician carefully plans meals at Water Lily day-care centre. Each day, children eat at least 50% organic seasonal products, as well as local food (fewer than 200 km from the centre). Meats are all from France. The meals are guaranteed to be GMO free.
How to register
No matter the type of care, the price is the same as in a CAF-certified city day-care centre. The CAF rate is calculated based on family tax benefits.
How to register ?
For further information or to register, please call Rebecca Hachem at +33 7 69 48 87 42.
The pedagogical mission is further enriched by an introduction to English and exposure to foreign languages program