We work in small groups to ensure a maximum amount of individual attention for each child. In the toddler group, we also offer activities for older toddlers: we are committed to meeting the specific development needs of this age range and help prepare them for elementary school. Our main focus is promoting these children’s independence, which might include anything from learning to safely use a children’s fruit knife, going to the bathroom alone, and learning to stand up for themselves.
We always take our infants into our large yard, while for our younger and older toddlers there’s a sandbox, tree trunks for climbing, a slope for rolling, and a state-of-the-art bike track our kids love. The numerous large trees and shrubs are perfect for playing hide-and-seek. Thanks to one of our educational staff members who’s a natural at gardening, our vegetable garden is always flourishing and verdant.
Our easily accessible location provides convenient parking facilities, and we’re close to the A1 and A9 highways.
In this location you will find Kindergarden Jan Tooropstraat
Young children’s ears are incredibly receptive to the sounds of other languages. We grasp this opportunity every week so our toddlers get to know English through play. We use our hand puppets Benny and Bella for this.
We have a vegetable garden to teach the children more about nature! We sow seeds, take care of the plants, and harvest them together with the children. And the harvest? We make delicious mint water from it or eat the cucumbers, tomatoes, or strawberries together.
Our shady garden really invites children to start discovering and playing. There’s a screened area for the babies, which means that the older children can play to their heart’s content on the discovery path, the bicycle circuit, and in the outdoor kitchen.
Our older toddler group focuses on each toddler’s specific developmental needs. We aim to promote self-reliance and challenge them to do as much for themselves as possible, as that will be really useful when they start school!
Every child lives in a world where everything impresses – and everything has an impact. That is why we work with horizontal groups at our locations.
Review from a parent
Kindergarden Weesp is a really wonderful daycare center. The location is small, which gives it a homely feel. Our children feel really at ease and have a good relationship with the staff. The daily and delicious, hot meals are a real bonus for us as our boys eat much better at the daycare center than at home. There’s a beautiful garden that isn’t overlooked and is really sheltered. And they also do such fun and instructive things with the children based on fun themes.
Rate per hour: € 11,16
Freshly and warmly prepared lunch and baby snacks.
Pampers diapers, Pampers Sensitive wipes and Naïf care products.
Most types of bottle feeding are available. If you have a different wish, we will do our best to order it.
Teats & bottles
In terms of brands off teats, bottles and sleeping bags, we follow the wishes of the parent as much as possible
Inspection report GGD:
Additional information about safety can be found in the inspection report from the GGD.
Monday to Friday: from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm
Meet some of our team members
Frequently asked questions
Many of our locations have waiting lists because many places are currently full. We rely on cancellations or schedule changes to make a new place available for you. This makes it very difficult to estimate how long it will take before placement options come up. We offer places based on the registration date.
We also have two types of waiting lists:
- an internal priority waiting list for siblings and for extra days for children who already have a place
- a general waiting list for children who do not yet have a place at Kindergarden.
To increase the chances of securing a spot, we recommend enrolling your child as soon as possible at our childcare. We take your preferences into account during our planning and strive to fulfill your wishes to the best of our ability.
That depends on various factors including preferred days, how many days you need, and how flexible you are. For example, the likelihood of a placement becoming available for one day is greater than three or four days becoming available in one go. The more flexible you are as a parent, the greater the likelihood that we will be able to offer you a place.