Daycare rates 2023
Oya’s Childcare offers childcare of the highest quality in Amsterdam. We provide safe and reliable care for children every day so that they have room to fully develop themselves.
Daycare (fixed days each week from 7.30 to 18.30)
|Days per week||Per hour||Per month|
|1||€ 12,04||€ 573,72|
|2||€ 11,97||€ 1.141,38|
|3||€ 11,90||€ 1.701,15|
|4||€ 11,83||€ 2.256,07|
|5||€ 11,76||€ 2.801,89|
Deviating hours aside from regular daycare (mornings between 7.00 and 7.30 am; evenings after 6.30 pm): € 10.- per half hour.
In addition, we offer the possibility, from Monday until Friday, to occasionally purchase an extra day for €135.- per day, or request a change of days at no additional costs (subject to availability).
The above prices include all activities, meals, drinks and snacks, diapers, and formula.
The average price per hour is based on the price per month, excluding any additional time purchased outside of the standard daycare contract. To calculate the average price per hour for daycare use the formula below: Price per month * 12 months / 52 weeks / days per week / 11 hours per day.
Out-of-school(BSO) care rates 2023
Oya’s Childcare offers out-of-school(BSO) care 52 weeks a year. During school weeks our after-school-care opens directly after the school closing times until 6.30 pm.
The BSO at location Obrecht picks up at the Hildebrand van Loonschool and the Cornelis Vrijschool. We offer out-of-school care from 8.00 am to 6.30 pm in holiday weeks.
The hourly rate for out-of-school care at Oya’s Childcare is € 11.20. This rate is based on a combination of school weeks and holiday weeks including transport, activities, drinks, snacks, and daily a warm, biological meal.
The monthly costs depend on the opening hours of the school your child visits and on the days you chose to use our out-of-school care. We will gladly make a personal calculation of your monthly costs for you.
Oya's Childcare also offers the option of incidentally purchasing extra childcare: parents can purchase an extra (whole) weekday for € 135.00 (subject to availability).
For extended care outside of the regular out-of-school care hours (see above) the rate is € 10,- per half hour. Oya’s Childcare also offers the possibility to request a day change at no extra charge (subject to availability).
The Dutch government provides an allowance to help parents who are working, or studying, cover the costs of childcare delivered by a registered childcare organization. Registered childcare centers—such as Oya’s Childcare —are inspected annually to make sure they meet the quality standards required under the Dutch Childcare Act.
The childcare benefit is given in the form of a tax refund. Eligibility and the level of reimbursement depend on the total family income and several other factors. For example, single parents must be in paid employment or participating in training/study in order to receive a childcare allowance. In two-parent families, this requirement applies to both parents.
Parents who are studying, taking part in a work orientation program, or following an integration course (for foreigners living in the Netherlands) accumulate subsidized hours of professional childcare.
For more information about the childcare benefit, see the Tax Department’s website: http://www.toeslagen.nl.
The Dutch Childcare Act (2010) regulates the quality, financing and surveillance of childcare in the Netherlands. Childcare providers are required to deliver care that contributes to the personal and physical development of the child in a safe and healthy environment. The Act defines the quality standards with which childcare providers must comply, setting minimum requirements for:
- Parental participation at a governance level
- Staff qualifications, expertise, and record of good behavior
- Health and Safety
- The area and layout of the center
- The ratio of carers to children and maximum group sizes
- Pedagogical policy and practice
- Communication with the children
- Handling complaints
Oya’s Childcare always strives for a quality level that is higher than these requirements.
All childcare providers must be listed in the National Childcare Registry (Landelijk Register Kinderopvang en Peuterspeelzalen or LRKP) and are inspected annually by the council health service (gemeentelijke gezondheidsdienst or GGD), which determines whether the required standards are being met.
Childcare centers are required to keep copies of these inspection reports in-house for anyone to look through on request.
• Here you can find the most recent inspection report of Oya’s Childcare location Oud-Zuid (daycare). The LRKP-registration number of this location (daycare) is 648581512.
You will find the most recent inspection report of Oya's Childcare Ijsbaan (BSO) location Here. The LRKP registration number of the Ijsbaan (BSO) location is 682609171.
• Here you can view the most recent inspection report of Oya's Childcare establishment Obrecht (BSO). The LRKP registration number of the Obrecht branch (BSO) is 229669359.
Het meeste recente inspectierapport van Oya’s Childcare vestiging Obrecht (BSO) vindt u Here. Het LRKP-registratienummer van vestiging Obrecht (BSO) is 189663765.
You will find the most recent inspection report of Oya's Childcare branch Hugo (BSO) Here. The LRKP registration number of this branch is 193970156.
At Oya’s, we do not only think it’s very important that children feel safe and secure; we also believe it’s essential that you can leave your little miracle with us with confidence. We try to be open, transparent, and accessible.
If you aren’t satisfied with something, you can turn to the management to find a suitable solution. You can come to us at the office, or you can contact us by phone or by email and/or make an appointment.
If you feel that the staff is not dealing with your complaint in a satisfactory manner you can send a formal complaint to the management of Oya’s Childcare to firstname.lastname@example.org. Oya’s Childcare has an internal complaint procedure to deal with complaints received. This procedure describes how we deal with and register complaints from parents. The written complaint procedure document can be viewed by parents at Oya’s Childcare offices.
External complaint procedure
If despite the above the internal complaint procedure is not dealt with in a satisfactory manner parents can then seek information, advice, and mediation at Klachtloket Kinderopvang at www.klachtenloket-kinderopvang.nl. Parents can also register their complaint at the Geschillencommissie at www.degeschillencommissie.nl.
In some exceptional situations, complaints can be brought directly to the Geschillencommissie. Their procedure can be found on www.degeschillencommissie.nl/over-ons/commissies/kinderopvang/.
Below you will find the complaints clearance letters from the Disputes Committee for previous years.
In previous years parents could turn to Stichting Klachtencommissie Kinderopvang (sKK) for the external complaint procedure. In 2014 the sKK has not received any complaints from parents or the parents’ committee. Please find below the Complaints Free Letters from the sKK as well as our Annual complaints reports for 2014 and 2015 (all in Dutch):