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WHU Toddlers to Hold Open House for Parents Seeking Childcare

The daycare and child center at WHU invites parents to learn more about the facility on August 24

Photo: WHU/Michael Jarmusch

WHU Toddlers, started by WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in 2020, cordially invites parents from in and around Vallendar to learn more about its daycare facility at an open house held later this month. Any parent seeking childcare for their little ones (ages 1 – 3) can officially schedule a visit for August 24 between 15:00 and 17:00 to discover all the center has to offer.

WHU Toddlers services are primarily open to children of members of the WHU Community. That being said, the facility also offers its support to the general public when there is available capacity. Since its inception, WHU Toddlers has become a popular and highly regarded center—thanks in large part to its warm, child-friendly atmosphere; its imaginative and unique program; and the professional care provided by Simone Hahn and Mechtild Korb. Although the center is located at the heart of the city, it offers many opportunities for the children to jump into nature through scheduled excursions to nearby locales.

WHU is committed to the pursuance of excellence in all areas of life—and that includes the importance of proper childcare. Children are the future, and it is imperative to WHU that any child in its care be supported by professionals with proper qualifications and who undergo continued education in their field. Parents interested in learning more are encouraged to visit the official WHU Toddlers website.

To sign up for the open house on August 24, please get in touch directly with Simone Hahn.