If you are interested in a place in the Lerchennest, please register officially via the "kita finder+ online" site and additionally via the waiting list form below.
ATTENTION: If you do not register via the kita finder+ and place yourself on the Lerchennest waiting list there, we assume that you are no longer interested in a place and will delete you from our current waiting list.
Since November 2015, the City of Munich has had a uniform system for searching and registering places on the waiting list: the Kita-Finder+. In the meantime, (almost) all day care centres in Munich work with the Kita-Finder+. You can find the Kita-Finder on the Internet under:
Please register at the Kita-Finder before the school enrolment date. Promises for a place will only be given by the day-care centres after the date of school enrolment. This means that it is no longer important who registers first at a day-care centre or how long you have been on the waiting list there.
When registering via the Kita-Finder, please be sure to state whether you already have a sibling in the Lerchennest!
If you have any questions about using the Kita-Finder+ programme, registration, ... please contact the parents' advice centre directly, by telephone on 089/233-96771 or by e-mail at: email@example.com
Our wait list
To be on our waiting list, you must complete a registration form in addition to kita finder+. The following information is required:
- Name of the child
- Date of birth
- Mother tongue(s)
- Name, address and telephone number of parents
- Date of registration
- How did you find out about the Lerchennest?
Or print this PDF registration form, fill it out manually and send it by post to Kindergarten Lerchennest, Tagetesstraße 6, 80935 Munich.
Our catchment area
Many of our children come from a bilingual or foreign-language home. Due to our bilingual concept, our catchment area covers the entire city area.
We prefer to allocate our free kindergarten places to siblings and English-speaking children living in Munich. In addition, we try to ensure a numerical balance of girls and boys as well as English and German-speaking children in each group. The prerequisite for admission is the willingness of the parents to work the agreed hours at least 25 hours a year (at least 20 hours for the nestlings).