Childcare centre

Childcare Uitgeest

Kindergarden Uitgeest is located in a modern building with Kindergarden’s trademark bright and large spaces. The central hall is a wonderful place to meet and enjoy the activities we organize for groups. Every day we enjoy the outdoors in the garden or in the surrounding nature. The centre is close to primary schools. For older children there is also after school care.

Kindergarden Uitgeest offers:

  • Childcare from 2 months to 4 years
  • Groups with peers (horizontal groups)
  • 1 baby group (0 - 2 years)
  • 1 infant group (1 - 3 years)
  • 1 toddler group (2 - 4 years)
  • 1 after school care group (4 – 12 years)
  • Close to exit roads (A9)
  • A pedagogical expert

After school care

Childcare Uitgeest

After school care Uitgeest

Kindergarden Uitgeest is located in a modern building with Kindergarden’s trademark bright and large spaces. There are a maximum of 20 children per group in a peaceful and spacious environment. Our enthusiastic team are committed to providing a homely atmosphere and making sure each child gets the attention they need.

What is an afternoon of after school care like?

After school, we always start with something to eat and drink, and chat to the children about their day at school. On Wednesdays and Fridays after school and during the holidays, we eat a healthy sandwich with dark bread. Alternatively, a hot meal can be provided, if preferred. Then the children have plenty of time to participate in activities or to fill the afternoon as they please.

Activities

We offer the children a chance to get rid of some excess energy after a busy school day, with new activities daily, such as gym class, making music, dancing or playing a game together at the table. Children are encouraged to take part in group activities but they may also choose to read a book or do craft.

Garden

The garden has just been renewed with small soccer goals, a climbing rack, basketball hoop and a play trail. Your child can have fun and enjoy the outdoors here.

Bring a Friend Day

Every day during the holidays we host Bring a Friend Day. This is also possible (in consultation) on an ordinary school day.

Homework supervision

The further your child is in elementary school, the more homework they get. We supervise your child when needed.

After school care times

Regular care times are on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 14:30 to 18:30 and on Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 to 18:30, with the possibility to extend until 19:00. During school holidays and study days, your child is welcome from 07:30 to 18:30, with the possibility of extending the day between 7:00 and 7:30 and 18:30 to 19:00. On public holidays, as well as the week between Christmas and New Year, we are closed.

Pick up

We pick up your child at school by taxi or on foot, in the cases of primary schools Kornak and de Wissel. We do not charge any extra fees for this service.

Dieuwke Tesselaar

Centremanager Uitgeest

Dieuwke Tesselaar Kindergarden Uitgeest

020 423 54 22

Kleis 84
1911 MH Uitgeest
info@kindergarden.nl
LRK number: 152990719 152990719 (BSO)
Rates, opening hours and inspection report

Opening hours

  • Monday - Friday: 7:30 to 18:30
  • Drop off: between 07.30 and 09.30
  • Pick up: between 16.00 and 18.30

Additional quarters of an hour possible between:

  • 7.00 and 7.30
  • 18.30 and 19.00

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

Rates

See our rates in 2018.

Inspection report GGD KDV

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

Inspection report GGD BSO

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

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