Bink works closely with all schools in its area to provide a warm, pleasant and challenging place where children aged 4 to 13 can spend time after school hours. We value trusted staff and lots of personal attention and carefully observe your child’s needs. At the out-of-school facility your child can play freely, inside or outside, participate in activities and, of course, just relax on the couch with a book.
Every day, Bink’s out-of-school care provides plenty of activities. We spend quite some time playing sports and games and exercise a lot. There are special sports out-of-school facilities in Soest and Hilversum. View the web pages of our locations to get an impression of our activities and the atmosphere at these facilities.
Switching from a daycare centre to primary school is a big step, for children as well as for parents. It is also the time to reflect again on your children’s out-of-school care. Bink’s out-of-school care is of the same professionalism and quality as our daycare. And, at our out-of-school facilities fun comes first too!
We provide a pleasant switch from school to out-of-school care. Before actually starting out-of-school care, you and your child will get the opportunity to come and look around. Besides, your child will be able to get familiar with the new situation on one afternoon. Our groups are based on age, with a steady staff and as many as possible classmates and friends. We value a quiet start, as a 4-year-old child already has quite a lot to deal with. We take the time to listen to stories about school and carefully observe your child to find out about his or her needs: doing handicrafts in a relaxed way, playing a game or playing sports and exercising outdoors...
Before-school-care is offered as of 7:30 a.m. until school begins. Children can have breakfast and play games together, or just relax and read a book. The staff will ensure that your child is brought to school on time. For more information, please visit this webpage.
What do our children think of Bink? Every year, children from the age of 8 may tell us what they think of our care. Their opinions will be discussed in the group and, together with the children, we are going to make plans for improvements.