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Short-term childcare service – PUKi – Paderborn Uni Kids

Since summer semester 2007, Paderborn University students and employees with children have been able to benefit from a short-term childcare service with qualified staff. This childcare service is intended to free up parents to deal with important university-related matters, while knowing their children are in good hands. Children between the ages of one and twelve can be supervised and entertained in the facility by qualified staff, assisted by Education Studies students.

The service is intended to provide childcare at short notice/short-term childcare when the child’s usual childcare provider is unavailable or in special cases, such as during consultation hours, work meetings, seminars, examination group meetings, library visits and committee meetings.

Children are brought to the facility by their parent(s) or a caregiver. They are then registered and their parents’ telephone numbers are noted. Parents must remain on the university premises, must be reachable by telephone and must be able to pick up their child at short notice if the child so desires or for any other reason.

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Childcare during semester breaks

The short-term childcare service is available only during semester time during the times specified. If you require childcare during the semester break or in the morning during semester time, please contact the Family Services Office on 05251 60-3725 and we will try to arrange childcare for your child.

Change in childcare provision for Fridays

Due to low numbers, the PUKi will now open on Fridays only when children are booked in in advance.

If you require childcare for your child on a Friday, you will need to book them in with the PUKi by Thursday 6 p.m. (Tel.: 05251 60-3271)

If no children are booked in for a given Friday, the PUKi will remain closed that day.

Opening hours and contact

Opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 1.45 p.m. to 7.45 p.m.
Friday: 1.45 p.m. to 6.15 p.m.
The service is free of charge.                                                                                                                                
The PUKi will open on Fridays only when children are booked in in advance. If you require childcare on a Friday, you will need to book your child in with the PUKi by Thursday 6 p.m. (Tel.: 05251 60-3271)
If no children are booked in for a given Friday, the PUKi will remain closed that day.

Childcare during semester breaks
The short-term childcare service is open during semester time only. If you require childcare during the semester break, please contact the Family Services Office on 05251 60-3725 and we will try to arrange childcare for your child. 

Contact

Find out more

  • Family Services Office: Tel. 05251 60-3725
  • PUKi: Tel.: 05251 60-3271, Room: E2.301
Childcare room

In a large, bright room in Building E (Room: E2.301), a beautiful playroom has been created where children can feel completely at ease. 

Colourful walls, brightly coloured furniture and beautiful mats make for a warm and friendly atmosphere. While in the facility, children have a variety of options for play. On the construction mat, they can play with a wide range of construction toys, 

while at the painting and craft table, they can let their creativity run free. Board games, puzzles and books for both small and older children are also available to enjoy. 

Playing is hungry, and sometimes also tiring work! A table is therefore provided, at which the children can eat the food they have brought with them and quench their thirst. There is also a large corner sofa, on which they can cosy up to rest and relax or listen to stories. 

Right next to the playroom is a separate toilet and a changing table specially for the PUKis.

Employees

Beatrix Langguth is an educator and has been working in the PUKi short-term childcare centre since April 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carolin Fabiola Neumann is studying to become a teacher for special needs education in the 4th master semester and has been part of the PUKi team since WS 2016/17.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Svenja Tewes is an educator and curative teacher and is studying to become a teacher of special needs education in the 3rd master's semester. She has been part of the PUKi team since the winter term 2015/16.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carolin Jonsson is an educator and is studying primary school teaching in the 7th semester. Since WS 2018/19 she has been a member of the PUKi team.

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