Presentation of the child daycare centre ”Les Chattons”

The daycare centre ”Les Chattons” is a private institution in the town of Renens.

It is situated in a popular neighbourhood in an urban setting, and maintains a connection with nature (parks, lake).  Due to our proximity  to the city of Lausanne. We are able to offer a large number of various activities.

The daycare centre ”Les Chattons” is a private institution in the town of Renens.

It is situated in a popular neighbourhood in an urban setting, and maintains a connection with nature (parks, lake).  Due to our proximity  to the city of Lausanne. We are able to offer a large number of various activities.

Our daycare centre is able to receive up to 34 children from the age of 3 months until they reach the age of entry into kindergarten. We respect the quotas from the Office of Daycare for Children in the Canton of Vaud.

Within our child daycare centre we seek to stimulate and reinforce the following  values : the childrens’ independence, self-esteem, socialization, mutual help, collaboration, sharing, respect for others and for nature. We encourage and support a continuous education for all. Our centre pays special attention to a partnership with the parents and to transparency.

”Les Chattons” is environmentally and ecologically friendly, therefore we try to teach these values to the children. From the youngest age, the children are made aware of sorting garbage, the evolution of nature throughout the four seasons (gardening, cooking and tasting, outings), and are taught to respect the fauna and flora.

Why two Ts in ”Chattons” ?

Hello, my name is Wioletta (founder of the centre) and I would like to explain to you why ”Les Chattons” is written with two ”Ts”.

This choice of mine is in no way a misspelling but a reminder of my grandparents. When I was a child, they used to tell me the story of my name which is spelt with a ”W” and two ”Ts” , in order to avoid the ”V” and the ”T” from getting bored… This is why the centre’s name is ”Chattons” with two ”Ts” instead of the regular spelling, ”Chatons”.