There are 7 groups at day care ‘Marijke’; three baby groups (0 – 2 years), three toddler groups (2 – 4 years), one group 0-4 years
Staff: Twenty pedagogical workers, two housekeepers and a manager work at Marijke.
At day care ‘Marijke’ we offer a choice between a bread-based meal and a hot meal, if parents prefer the latter they are welcome to communicate this with our employees. The advantages of hot meals are that the children get many healthy nutrients and the parents experience less stress at the end of the day.
Bright location amidst green surroundings
Our locations are known for their bright, homely appearance and spacious, green outdoors. ‘Marijke’ is on the outskirts of Kralingen surrounded by green outdoors and a playground with a big parking lot, it is situated at Honingerdijk next to ‘Speeltuin Kralingen’ and after-school care ‘NSO de Speeltuin’. The sports fields of Excelsior and the Arboretum Trompenburg are places close to the location which we love to visit and do activities at. The building has recently been modernized and because of its many windows ‘Marijke’ has an open and light appearance.
A unique outdoor area and vegetable garden
Day care ‘Marijke’ has a big garden with many places to play and discover. The toddler groups have direct access to the garden as they are on ground level, the children can regularly harvest fresh fruit and vegetables from this vegetable garden. Our three baby groups often play on our roof terrace which has many windows low to the floor so that the children can watch the activities that take place at the football fields.
Free parking in front of the building
‘Marijke’ is easily reachable by foot, car, bike and/ or public transport. Our clients may park at Excelsior for free by using a card which they can get from our day care.
Activity counsellor for 3+ year-olds
SKK has an activity counsellor for every child who is three years old or older, her goal is to prepare the children for primary school. The activity counsellor uses pre-school methods which complement the themes used by our organization, she also works in small groups with the children to stimulate social, motor and cognitive development. Repetitive themes are: contradictions, counting, comparisons, etc. After the activities the activity counsellor writes a report for the parents about what their children have learned that particular day.
The full-day- groups on ‘Marijke’ are open all year round excluding public holidays. The regular opening hours are 8:00 until 18:00, however it is possible to extend these times:
Arrangement B: from 7:45 until 18:30
Arrangement C: from 7:00 until 18:00
Arrangement D: from 7:00 until 18:30
Daycare center Marijke will not be open on the following dates in 2019:
New Years day, Tuesday Januari 1, 2019
The second day of Easter, Monday April 22, 2019
Ascension Day, Thursday May 30, 2019
Whit Monday, Monday June 10, 2019
Policy day, Wednesday October 9, 2019
Sinterklaas, Thursday December 5, 2019, we close at 4 pm
Christmas evening, Tuesday December 24, 2019, we close at 4 pm
Christmas Day, Wednesday December 25, 2019
Boxing Day, Thursday December 26, 2019
New Year's eve, Tuesday, December 31, 2019, we close at 4 pm
Wednesday October 9, 2019 all our locations are closed: our annual policy day!
Rates (2019) at ‘Marijke’, including diapers and a bread-based meal, are € 8,15 an hour and with a hot meal instead of a bread-based meal we charge: €8,35
Click here for a complete overview of prices and arrangements for full-day care for 2019.
Childcare benefits can be claimed via www.toeslagen.nl, for this you need day care Marijke’s LRK number: 770078722
If you need help with claiming childcare benefits, you can make an appointment with Natasja Knappert 010-2409424.
There are 7 full-day care groups at day care ‘Marijke’.
What I like most about working with babies is that I love guiding them and discovering the world together with them. At SKK we give attention to every child and we offer a challenging environment in which the child can develop skills in his or her own way. The child determines the pace in which we help them learn and it is our duty to offer a range of activities which fit into the child’s field of interest. This is the challenge I love the most!