Certified Trained Team.
Easy transition into School.
Low Child to Teacher ratios.
Guided interactive program.
INSPIRING, NURTURING ENVIRONMENTS
Safe, hygienic and eco-friendly.
Fosters imagination and creativity.
CCTV and safety monitoring systems.
Builds confidence and character through play.
SUPPORT FOR PARENTS
Early drop off, late pick up.
Dedicated licensed onsite Nurse.
Free Mobile App.
Play-based, guided learning, with lots of physicality, dramatic play and imagination blended with one-on-one time in Focused Instruction and combined with 21st Century Skills, Executive Functioning Skills, numeracy and literacy means your child is prepared for entry into any big school.
We think about diet and see this as the perfect age to encourage children to make healthy, life-affirming food choices. That means we have a no sugar policy and we also keep an eye on allergens. We provide healthy snacks and celebrate birthdays with fruit cakes.
We think about the planet, the environment, water, crops, animals and insects and we include eco-championing in all our domains to encourage children to re-use, re-purpose, recycle and respect.
Check what our parents say about us
As parents of Jad, we were amazed by the progress he has made since he joined Kipinä last year. The team has provided the perfect recipe of healthy growth: social and emotional skills, collaboration, motricity, autonomy, while encouraging creativity and self-confidence. On top of that, Jad speaks perfectly English, French and Arabic thanks to the balanced weekly planning- One day one language.
Kipinä coordinates and partners with parents to give the best to children through the daily debrief by teachers and assistants as well as the mobile application.
Mom of Jad (4 years)
We are very satisfied with the quality of teaching, the methods used and the school in general. The whole team is very caring and close to parents. There is enough space for play both indoors and outdoors, my son loves going to school and has made tremendous progress since joining.
I recommend this school without hesitation and I intend to enrol my second child there when he is six months old.
Lamyae Abk Bennine
Mom of Youri (3 years)
Friendly and competent staff. Renovated premises, very clean and secure. Change of shoes upon arrival (to put slippers and to access the educational space). Parents must wear disposable shoe covers (if they want to accompany their children to class). Very good educational material. Many wooden toys. Children can eat the same meal delivered by a specialized catering service.
Mom of Gabriel (2 years)
I recommend Kipinä Dar Bouazza 100% to parents who want to have a caring team for their children, my daughter is very happy there. A great team, both pedagogically and administratively, with two directors who are always attentive and very involved in the daily life of the children. A pleasant and spacious facility with fun activities.
Thank you very much to all of you!
Mom of Lina (4 years)
Meet our managers
Hind brings the perfect blend of experience as an educator and understanding as a mum. A university professor, she holds a Master's degree in pedagogy from UQAM University in Montréal, Canada, as well as certification in Finnish Pedagogy from Häme University in Finland. She is a mother of 4, the youngest of which has been enrolled in Kipinä Dar Bouazza since it opened.
“Education is a life-long passion for me. Bringing the highest quality of play-based education to Morocco and seeing children flourish in our care makes my day."
Imane has always loved the Early Years - from volunteering in her child’s preschool in Canada to returning to Morocco determined to make an impact using a play-based multilingual approach that celebrates local culture while embracing international perspectives and methods.
Having three daughters shaped her desire to transition into the Principal role at Kipinä Dar Bouazza. She holds post graduate certification in Finnish Pedagogy from Häme University in Finland in addition to qualifications in Financial Accounting and Business Administration from Concordia and UQAM universities respectively. Don’t be surprised when you hear the kids calling her “Aunty Kipinä” as she does her family greetings.