Why choose our Center
The modern Greek family faces a huge challenge in finding time in the daily struggle to provide the children with the best standard of living possible. With both parents busy with responsibilities, there is often little time left in the day for creative activities with their children. That’s why parents need to carefully choose who they will entrust with the preschool education of their tiny treasures.
Stimulation in early childhood plays a definitive role in forming character and developing personality. That is why the daycare center is no longer just a child-minding service, but has evolved into a vital space where children can play, learn, become socialised and develop as little humans.
At the Castle of Trilolis, our philosophy is based on providing a storybook setting to foster children’s well-rounded development and on helping them to start off on the right foot through specialised care, creative activities and play.
The Castle of Trilolis offers a cheerful and friendly environment for children aged 11 months to 6 years. The castle structure consists of four separate classrooms, each with its own bathroom specially designed for children, and a spacious dining room. Each classroom is made to provide children with a familiar and cheerful environment where the primary role is to educate them with the help of specially trained staff while also ensuring their enjoyment.
In winter, the children are comfortably warm thanks to underfloor heating throughout the building. This means that rooms can be fully aired in winter to prevent the transmission of viruses and other illness. Air conditioning is used in the summer months.
Educational supplies, such as books, painting, drawing and crafts supplies and others, are replaced twice a year to retain children’s interest, and to ensure the quality of daily activities. In a specially designed room with cots and beds, the older children can have a rest after more intense activities.
The Castle grounds include separate yards where our groups can enjoy outdoor play, weather permitting. For more beneficial interaction, one yard is used by the two younger groups (infant and toddler), while the other is for the preschool and pre-K groups.
A small “village” of farmhouses was recently created behind the Castle where the children can grow their own plants and vegetables, and watch their labours bear fruit.