Kindergarden Vestiging
Kindergarden Vestiging

Childcare centre

Childcare Amsterdam Zuivelplein

This gem of the Amsterdamse School is homey, spacious, light and clean. Each group has patio doors to the vast garden, which allows us to get out quickly to play. A small part that borders the baby group is shielded for the smallest. The toddlers and pre-schoolers are fond of the other part including a sandpit, water table and children's bikes.

Kindergarden Kinderplein offers:

  • Childcare from 2 months to 4 years
  • Groups with peers (horizontal groups)
  • 1 baby group (0 to 2 years)
  • 1 toddler group (1 to 3 years)
  • 1 pre-school group (2 to 4 years)
  • Spacious, attractive garden
  • Near highways

In addition to the centre at the Zuivelplein, there are also centres on the Waldeck Pyrmontlaan, Vondelstraat, Herengracht, Zuidas, Middenweg, Onderlangs, NassaukadeVoormalige Stadstimmertuin and Fizeaustraat.

After school care

Our after school care (BSO) is located in a beautiful centre in the Watergraafsmeer and radiates comfort. In the special children's kitchen we make the most delicious dishes together! There is a playroom, cinema and in the large screened playground there is a slide, trampoline, sandpit and a water tank.

Kindergarden Zuivelplein offers:

  • 2 after school care groups with up to 20 children per group
  • Small-scale, homey atmosphere
  • Good accessibility, close to Watergraafsmeer highways
  • Large garden with grass, trees and playground equipment
  • Special children's kitchen

What does an afternoon look like at after school care?

After school time we always start with something to eat (fruit for example) and drink. Meanwhile, we catch up with the children. After that, your child has plenty of time to participate in activities, or it can chose its own activities for the afternoon. We think it is important that children have the space to roam and play. We offer that space. Between 17.15 and 17.45 we enjoy a hot meal. Until 19:00 there are activities, the children can be picked up and there is time for the transfer.


Get rid of some excess energy after a busy school day. We offer new activities daily: from music lessons, cooking classes in the special children’s kitchen, playing board games together, reading a book, crafting... however theatre performances in the theatre room, a scavenger hunt, a visit to the farm or museum are also on the program. The wishes of the children are taken into account in the activities plan and the children's council, in which children from seven years meet once a month.

Pick up

We pick up your child at school with the Stint electric wagon, by taxi or walking. For this we do not charge extra costs. Would you like to know from which schools we pick up? Ask your questions during a tour or inform at our headquarters.


Kindergarden Zuivelplein has a spacious garden with a grass mat, trees and diverse play equipment.

In addition to our after school care centre at Zuivelplein, there are also childcare facilities in Amsterdam on FizeaustraatMiddenwegZuivelpleinVondelstraatHerengrachtWaldeck PyrmontlaanNassaukadeZuidas and the Voormalige Stadstimmertuin.

Marije Langerhorst

Centre Manager Amsterdam Zuivelplein

Marije Langerhorst

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Contact our Headquarter? Please call:
020 423 54 22

Zuivelplein 11
1097 XD Amsterdam

Rates 2021

Opening hours, LRK numbers and inspection report GGD

Opening hours childcare

  • Monday - Friday: 7.45 to 18.30
  • Drop off: between 7.45 and 9.30
  • Pick up: between 16.00 and 18.30

Opening hours After school care

  • Monday - Friday: 8.30 tot 19.00
  • Drop off: between 8.30 en 10.00
  • Pick up: between 16.00 tot 19.00 

By sticking to regular times, there are fewer disruptions during the day. This encourages a calm atmosphere in the group.

LRK numbers

Childcare 207462999
After school care 617168805

Inspection report GGD

Additional safety information of the childcare centre can be found in the latest inspection report of the Public Health Service (GGD).

Additional safety information of the after school care can be found in the latest inspection report of the Public Health Service (GGD).