There are immediate openings available for this location

What makes BSO Sportlaan so special?

  • Focus on exercise
  • Lots of creative sports activities such as Living Stratego
  • Collaboration with Myra hockey club
  • Children’s cookery cafe
  • Swimming at Meerkamp pool
  • Multimedia room
  • Workshops in photo editing and website building
  • Homework assistance

BSO Sportlaan is housed in Myra hockey club’s lovely clubhouse. We use the sports facilities, the changing rooms and a part of the artificial grass pitch. Our group rooms are attractively laid out according to the children’s own interests.

Groups

The centre has two groups, with a maximum of twenty children in a group each day.

‘At this centre for the over-eights, everything centres around exciting sports activities, cooking and multimedia. And we offer homework assistance.’ – Angelique de Roos, Centre Manager BSO Sportlaan

Why KinderRijk?

  • Learning through play: fun, development, imagination and respect form the basics.
  • The best staff available
  • Collaboration with school: a good connection, content and in practice. No matter which school your child will attend in Amstelveen, the KinderRijk location is always in or nearby school.
  • A rich play area: inviting, spacious and diverse!
  • Every day we offer challenging and diverse activities that involve music, nature, creativity, science and language.
  • A healthy nutrition policy: tasty and together
  • 45 years of experience in the field of development
  • Always care during the school holidays: When the school is closed, we are open.
  • Generous opening times and all-in rates.

Personal visit?

  • Privacy

    We record your contact details, such as name, telephone number and e-mail address, in order to register your application and contact you. These personal data are not shared with parties outside KinderRijk. We store this data for a maximum of 1 year. For more information about how we handle personal data, we refer you to our privacy policy at kinderrijk.nl/privacy.
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