Double Decker has two locations, Küsnacht & Kilchberg (Zurich), both with excellent facilities and easily reached with public Transport. The Kilchberg location is specifically designed to accomodate 3 to 6 year olds, while the Küsnacht location is specifically designed to accommodate ages 18 months to 4 years. they are both suitable for Swiss families who wish to introduce their children to an multicultural environment at an early age, as well as for international families who wish to integrate more fully into the community and culture of Zurich. It provides a bilingual (English and German) learning environment where a child can both develop her/his individual potential and prepare for the next stage on the educational journey.
We understand that choosing your child’s first school is a significant decision, so we are keen to assist you. As a first step, please fill in our inquiry form, give us a call or send us an email. We will then arrange a convenient time for you to visit: get to know us, tour our school, meet our teachers, see what a typical day would be like for your child.
At our two campuses (Kusnacht and Kilchberg) we provide children the opportunity to respect each language and member of the group (our 2 campuses' currently include 60 children and 23 different nationalities). Children associate each of the two school-languages with specific teachers, who communicate in their mother tongues (English or German).
At our two campuses (Kusnacht and Kilchberg/ZH) Double Decker provides children the opportunity, as part of a mixed language group, to respect each language and member of the group. We also encourage tolerance, curiosity and empathy for other languages and cultures (our two campuses' currently include 60 children representing 23 different nationalities). Exposed to the school languages in both group and individual learning sessions and through informal play and singing, children associate each of the two languages with specific teachers, who communicate in their mother tongues (either German or English).