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Hi, Thomas Nilsson is my name and works as principal at the preschool. I am a trained preschool teacher and have worked in preschool and school since 1994. My vision with preschool besides Tellusbarn's vision, which is " A good start in life for meeting the big world" is my vision that all children should be developed and challenged in their own learning from where the children/children are located. We will have educators who look after every child and who want to be involved in creating the best preschool.

At The Inventor, children have the opportunity to participate in exciting excursions, working in projects, learning languages and other fun Things.

Mvh Thomas Nilsson

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