“Well, he went on singing, until he came to the part of the stream where the stepping-stones were, and when he was in the middle of the third stone he began to wonder how Kanga and Roo and Tigger were getting on, because they all lived together in a different part of the Forest. And he thought, “I haven’t seen Roo for a long time, and if I don’t see him today it will be a still longer time.” (A. Milne)

Why Mazulītis Rū (Baby Roo)?

Where does Baby feel safest – certainly in his mother’s bosom. So, in spring 2000 we opened two groups at Baby School for babies to feel safer on their way from home to kindergarten. But the time came when small students grew up and understood that they wanted to study together with Mazulītis Rū (Baby Roo) up to their school age. So, in 2004 we organized first preschool groups in O. Vaciesa street. At the same time, Baby School continued its operations, offering six groups for children of different ages. Baby Roo had a strong desire to move forward. So, in May 2009 he found new houses at 3 Asites Street. He is very happy, because he has his own house with a playground and a beautiful garden where in summer he can enjoy the fragrance of flowers, in warm weather can splash in a swimming pool, and in winter – enjoy winter amusements. Baby Roo is very happy that his friends feel as good as he does… As Baby Roo has many friends, in 2011 he was thinking, thinking…, and decided that he needed a house also in Marupe and repaired new premises at 26 Zeltritu Street. Now it is a nice place where Owl, Tiger, Pooh, Baby Roo and Dunkey live as good friends. Once Baby Roo met Christopher Robin, and as you know Christopher Robin is ve-e-e-ry clever. He told about the pedagogical method of Maria Montessori. And Baby Roo decided: “I also want it!”. Since that time Baby Roo started working in various groups according to the pedagogical principles of Montessori.


“Piglet sidled up to Pooh from behind. “Pooh!” he whispered. “Yes, Piglet?” “Nothing,” said Piglet, taking Pooh’s paw. “I just wanted to be sure of you.” (A. Milne)