Out-of-school care

Our out-of-school care is for children who attend primary school. Plukkebol out-of-school care provides a safe and fun place for children to go after school or during holidays. For the most part the children themselves decide what they would like to do, which makes a nice change from a day at school and it is the best way to spend their holidays. The children play in beautiful rooms that were specially designed for out-of-school care and are filled with great toys. Whenever you feel up to it, you can join one of our fun activities.


After school you can: 

  • play outside 
  • relax after a day at school and join one of the fun activities. We offer creative, technical, cookery or sports activities.

During the holidays you can attend extra fun activities such as:

  • a day trip 
  • a workshop 
  • summer camp


Children are to a great extent free to choose their activities. There is an after-school activity programme that runs during the school year, and a special holiday programme. The out-of-school-care team sets up a new programme for the school time between the school holidays. The news section of our website shows the highlights of recent activities.

Individual fun

There is enough room for the children to play on their own. We have lots of Kapla blocks and other great toys for them to play with. Or they can sit down with a book and relax for a while. They can play dress up or practice their hairstyling skills on the make-up head. The older children can play with a Wii or pretend they are famous football players while playing table football.

Care and attention

To make sure the children arrive safely from school, our own Plukkebol employees are in close contact with the schools and make sure there is always a Plukkebol employee to accompany the children to our premises. Once at the out-of-school care the children are welcomed with nice healthy snacks and drinks, and they get the chance to wind down and tell our staff and the other children about their day at school. We divide the younger and older children into different groups. Each group has its own familiar group room, which is designed according to the children’s age. A group consists of two educational employees and about twenty children.