When school’s out, holiday camps are in; Zein’s fun range of themes, activities, and trips will make this summer fly by! 

For over 10 years, Zein International Childcare has been running its infamous Holiday Activity Camps for international and Dutch children. Over time Zein has developed and constantly improved an approach that provides all children with a great holiday experience. Time to find out what makes their camps so popular. 

Thanos Papanastasiou, Programme Manager at Zein International Childcare: “For our Holiday Camps, we have developed an approach that puts great emphasis on two decisive factors. First is the fun factor. By offering multi-activity as well as themed camps, such as Cookery Camp and Multi-Sports Camp, there truly is something on offer for every child – whatever their interests! In addition to great fun, the workshops, activities, games, and field trips aim to create opportunities for children to develop their skills, discover new talents, and make a few new friends along the way. Second, our professionally qualified and caring camp leaders make sure individual attention is given to each child to make them feel welcome, heard, and safe from the moment they walk through our doors – ensuring they can enjoy the holiday camps to the fullest”, says Papanastasiou.


English spoken day camps for every child

As the childcare partner of the international schools in The Hague, as well as several Dutch schools, summer camps run from 1 July to 3 September, Monday – Friday, from 08:00 – 18:30 across four locations in The Hague region. English is the main language spoken, but many of the teachers are international and speak multiple languages. The camps also offer Dutch children the perfect opportunity to practice their English in a relaxed and informal setting.

Childcare Allowance

As Zein International Childcare is a registered and fully licensed childcare provider, Dutch Childcare Allowance (kinderopvangtoeslag) is available for summer camps. Through the allowance, the Dutch government reimburses a portion of the costs to most families where both parents are working (or studying) irrespective of nationality.


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