Due to my belief that classes in which children (preschool and primary learners) can philosophise require a specific attitude from the person conducting them, different from a typical attitude of most school teachers, I have decided to reconstruct the views of those people on various aspects of their activities. I was interested in their motivation, the goals which they set for themselves, the methods of their work, the didactic aids they use, as well as the assessment of their own efforts and the results of classes, including the prospects of the projects which are being realised. The research was qualitative. The internet survey was filled in by eight people mainly living in the big cities (among them seven females), most of whom had a higher education degree, generally in philosophy. By using consecutively three different criteria: the type of motivation which drives the examined people; the degree to which the projects they partake in are institutionalised; the type of public institution with which they cooperate, I discerned six types of teachers, whose views I described in detail. With regard to the represented views the group turned out to be almost uniform, although singular respondents attached different significance to individual issues.