A private school for children aged 4 to 12

We challenge children to learn to the best of their abilities in a child-friendly and safe environment in which children feel at home

Personal attention

Children feel seen and heard at school. They feel that we are personally committed to their well-being and development.

Customized education

Our study program is in line with the talents of every child and takes the child’s individual needs into consideration.

Nederlands georiënteerd

Wij bieden modern onderwijs volgens de nieuwste ontwikkelingen in Nederland met toezicht van de Nederlandse onderwijsinspectie

With passion

The team is motivated, enthusiastic and professional in getting the best out of every student.



Customized education for everyone
Always the correct study program and the best possible knowledge and skills

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Care for every child
If a student needs extra attention, we take action

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A pleasant and safe atmosphere at school
A condition for the best possible educational achievements

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The foundation for education
We use different resources to secure the quality of our education

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Time 2 Play

In the afternoon, children can use the T2P afternoon program.

It provides a variety of homework assistance and sports and games.

It ends at half past five, but you can also pick up your child earlier.

There is a diverse program with various sports, sports exercises and games. The joy of playing together is an important element.

We also give the opportunity to do homework.

The homework is done in groups of 4 to 5 children per turn. We work with a planning board, the children who have to do homework are placed in groups, the other children choose from the activities offered.

There is a special Dutch vocabulary program for children who speak a different language than Dutch at home

Latest News


  • We chose the Schakel because the school provides a sociable and pleasant atmosphere and pays a lot of attention to the students. Our children can and are allowed to be themselves and they are carefully watched and listened to. The children are stimulated to develop their talents, but also supported in working at their studying skills.

    Yvette Willems
  • A year ago, our family emigrated to Aruba. What an exciting moment. When our two daughters immediately felt at ease in their primary school classes, we knew we had made a good decision. As a teacher I experience the professional culture and involvement in every student’s development on a daily basis. I also like the culture of thinking about solutions instead of focusing on problems.

    Karin Smit
    Primary school teacher