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Sport is an essential part of our daily program, playing a vital role in the child’s wellbeing and self development. A sense of team spirit, competitiveness, physical movement and good posture are created through indoor and outdoor sports and play whether in the classroom, in our gymnasium or our huge playground.


  • Swimming
  • Skiing
  • Educational Chess
  • Pony riding
  • Pop/Acro/Gym
  • Twinkle Toes Ballet
  • Judo
  • Football
  • Ball Games
  • Karate

Happy Kids operates a swimming program right through the year. Qualified instructors work with the children teaching them to love the water and the basic swimming strokes. During the winter months the 4 – 7 year old children have the opportunity to learn skiing.

Field Trips

At Happy Kids we firmly believe that learning should occur not only inside the classroom. In order to reinforce the group themes during the school year, the children take part in regular field trips and excursions.

Typical destinations include the Minipolisz, the Dino Park, the Tabajd Barefoot Park, Margaret Island Zoo, and the Solymár Strawberry Fields, various museums such as the Natural History Museum, FKF Köztisztasági Múzeum and Recycling Centre and Transport Museum; Hungaroring Formula One racetrack (special children’s driving and road safety track) and the Budapest International Airport and Airport Museum.

Road Safety Track

Happy Kids International Kindergarten and Nursery is making a genuine contribution to road safety through awareness and education of its children. “We were searching for ways to teach our youngsters the basics of traffic safety and understanding road signs in a fun way” said Suzy Jones, Board of Director at Happy Kids. “All kids love riding bikes, trikes and scooters and now they have the perfect environment to do this – safely and learning the rule of the road at the same time”.

The track features a pedestrian crossing, parking slots for the cars, from stop to go, bikes, scooters and protective rubber tyres around the track itself.

With the number of road accidents involving young children, a vital message needed to be passed on to our youngsters – that safety does not happen overnight. It’s a steady process of practice and learning.