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Playgroups and toddler care | Vlietkinderen

Are you looking for a playgroup or toddler care facility in The Hague, Leidschendam, or Voorburg? We want to invite you for a tour of a playgroup or a toddler care facility run by Vlietkinderen in The Hague, Leidschendam, or Voorburg.

The difference between a playgroup and toddler care

A playgroup and toddler care have in common that they both stimulate children's development in all kinds of skills and work together with the primary school on a continuous development line. The difference is in the opening days, times, and financing. But what is the difference between a toddler care and a playgroup? The difference between a playgroup and toddler care is mainly in opening hours and funding. Read further below for more information about the playgroup and toddler care of Vlietkinderen.

Playgroups for toddlers at the age of 2 to 4

A playgroup is a school-like daycare for children aged 2 to 4 years. The playgroup is the place to meet, play together, and be playfully prepared for primary school. Toddlers can stay here for a few hours a week under the supervision of (educational) staff.

In the municipality of Leidschendam-Voorburg and the Leidschenveen district in The Hague, Vlietkinderen has many playgroups for toddlers from 2 to 4 years old. We offer your child a place to meet other children, play together, and be playfully prepared for primary school.

Pricing playgroups

The Childcare Act has covered playgroups since 2018. This means that, if you are entitled to this, you can apply for childcare allowance for the hours that your child attends the playgroup.

If you are not permitted to a childcare allowance, you can claim a municipal subsidy. The municipality subsidizes a maximum of 240 hours of childcare for toddlers from the age of 2.5 years. This equates to two three-hour mornings per week for 40 weeks of school. You pay an income-related personal contribution. This contribution is determined annually by the municipality.

Pricing Playgroups (preschool education)

For the costs of playgroups with Preschool Education placement, a distinction is made between parents entitled to childcare allowance and parents who are not permitted to it. If you are entitled to childcare allowance, you apply for the allowance over two half-days. Half-days three and four are fully reimbursed by the municipality. If you are not permitted to childcare allowance, the municipality will subsidize four half-days, for which you pay an income-related personal contribution.

Read more information about applying for the childcare allowance.

Playgroups/Toddler care | Vlietkinderen

Our toddler care does not differ much from a playgroup for your child. The difference between a nursery and playgroup is mainly in the opening days, times, and costs.

The toddler care at Vlietkinderen is offered in the mornings at some locations. A morning half-day lasts 5.5 hours, a long morning that you can use to work and/or study. The Childcare Act covers toddler care. This means that you can apply for childcare allowance for your child's hours at toddler care. Playing, meeting, and good preparation for primary school are central to toddler care. We also provide fruit for the children, and the children have lunch together.

Toddlers and fruit

Both toddler care and playgroup fall under the Childcare Act, and you can apply for a childcare allowance over the number of hours. If you do not receive a childcare allowance but do receive a municipal subsidy, you do not have to apply for it yourself. The municipal subsidy is paid directly by the municipality to Vlietkinderen.

  • Pricing playgroups

    The Childcare Act has covered playgroups since 2018. This means that, if you are entitled to this, you can apply for childcare allowance for the hours that your child attends the playgroup.

    If you are not permitted to a childcare allowance, you can claim a municipal subsidy. The municipality subsidizes a maximum of 240 hours of childcare for toddlers from the age of 2.5 years. This equates to two three-hour mornings per week for 40 weeks of school. You pay an income-related personal contribution. This contribution is determined annually by the municipality.

  • Pricing Playgroups (preschool education)

    For the costs of playgroups with Preschool Education placement, a distinction is made between parents entitled to childcare allowance and parents who are not permitted to it. If you are entitled to childcare allowance, you apply for the allowance over two half-days. Half-days three and four are fully reimbursed by the municipality. If you are not permitted to childcare allowance, the municipality will subsidize four half-days, for which you pay an income-related personal contribution.

    Read more information about applying for the childcare allowance.

  • Playgroups/Toddler care | Vlietkinderen

    Our toddler care does not differ much from a playgroup for your child. The difference between a nursery and playgroup is mainly in the opening days, times, and costs.

    The toddler care at Vlietkinderen is offered in the mornings at some locations. A morning half-day lasts 5.5 hours, a long morning that you can use to work and/or study. The Childcare Act covers toddler care. This means that you can apply for childcare allowance for your child's hours at toddler care. Playing, meeting, and good preparation for primary school are central to toddler care. We also provide fruit for the children, and the children have lunch together.

  • Toddlers and fruit

    Both toddler care and playgroup fall under the Childcare Act, and you can apply for a childcare allowance over the number of hours. If you do not receive a childcare allowance but do receive a municipal subsidy, you do not have to apply for it yourself. The municipal subsidy is paid directly by the municipality to Vlietkinderen.

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