Plukkebol’s out-of-school care is easily accessible by a great number of schools in Delft, Delfgauw and the other municipalities in the region. Together with the Parents’ Committee, Plukkebol selected a number of schools that qualify for the full out-of-school care package – these were often schools that were already preferred by most of the Plukkebol parents. Supervised transportation from school to the out-of-school care is available and the out-of-school care coincides with school times, holidays and teachers’ training days. Of course, if your child attends a school that is not part of the Plukkebol package, we will be able to come to an arrangement as well.
Schools with out-of-school care package
These schools qualify for the full Plukkebol out-of-school care package that consists of the following services.
- Our own Plukkebol employees will wait at the school at the end of the school day. The pre-schoolers will be collected from their classroom and we will meet the older children at a predetermined assembly point inside the school. Parents will be pleased to know that, should anything have happened during the day, our employees will discuss this with the teacher straightaway.
- Once the children have all been collected, they will travel to Plukkebol under the supervision of the Plukkebol employees.
- Plukkebol’s opening times coincide with school times, holidays and teachers’ training days.
- Plukkebol is in close contact with the schools to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Naturally, out-of-school care at Plukkebol is also available when your child attends a school outside the current list. However, you will need to make your own arrangements for transportation from the school to Plukkebol. Feel free to contact us if you need more information on the possibilities.
Choosing a school
For some schools it is advisable to register your child as soon as possible, even before their first birthday, and this is why we recommend that you start looking for the school that best suits your child’s needs well in advance. Every year, the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science publishes a guide for parents about primary education in the Netherlands. Click here for the 2014-2015 guide. The guide is only available in Dutch, but feel free to contact us if you need more information about the Dutch school system.