Het Louvre

The Louvre is a Christian childcare centre located in Capelle aan den IJssel in the Schollevaar district. The Louvre’s motto is quality, fun and safety for your child. We offer a stimulating environment and loving care and contribute to the personal development of your child. Each child is unique and valuable and deserves the best care and attention.

We organise many fun activities for the children. There is also a ‘snoezel’ room, or controlled multisensory environment (MSE) where children can relax and engage their senses. ‘Snoezelen’ is an activity that stimulates all of the senses. This has a particularly calming effect on babies and a stimulating effect on toddlers.

The Louvre forms an integrated childcare centre together with Christian primary school ‘De Sjalomschool’.

2 groups nursery 0 – 4 years

  • The Apples, daycare for children aged 0 – 4 years
  • The Pebbles, daycare for children aged 2 – 4 years

1 preschool playgroup

  • PPreschool Saron, early childhood education group for children from 2.5 – 4 years

 

2 groups out-of-school childcare

Including before-school care

  • The Oasis, for children from 4 – 7 years
  • The Night Watch, for children from 7 – 13 years

Het Louvre
Hermitage 46
2907 NB Capelle a/d IJssel

Team leader: Laurine Spek

010 – 22 30 499
info@kindercentrumhetlouvre.nl

National Childcare Register:
Nursery: 292712996
Out-of-School: 137596418

Opening Hours
Our regular opening hours are Monday to Friday from 7 AM to 7 PM.

GGD Inspection Report
Click here for the latest inspection report of the nursery and out-of-school care facilities.

Settle-Down-Time

We believe it is important that each child is given ample opportunity to feel start feeling at home with us. This will always be done in consultation with the parents. We will take all the necessary time to get acquainted and become familiar. You can read more information about our settle-down-time procedure in our Pedagogical Policy.

Themes

At Royal Kids Home we work with several different themes (for example, autumn or ‘a trip around the world’). These themes are compiled in consultation with the primary school in which the care facility is located. The theme varies per season and adds excitement and substance to the activities that are done with the children. By regularly offering new themes, we can continuously introduce variety, innovation and creativity within the childcare facilities. As a result, the children are constantly offered new material and activities that expand their worlds. Our aim is to stimulate every single development area through activities.