FAQ

Below are some of the more common questions you may have about ISL. Of course, should you have any other questions our would like something explaining in more detail. Please do contact us either by phone on +31 (0)71 517 34 64 or at admissions@isleiden.nl

Do you have a transportation program? 

ISL does not currently have a transportation programme in place. Our school is however located in a wonderful location which can be accessed by bus/train/bike and car in just a few minutes.

 

Does ISL offer after school activities?

ISL has a dedicated after school programme on school premises, run by Floreokids for all our students. You can find more information by following this link isleiden.nl/about-us/after-school-activities/

 

Do you offer preschool? 

ISL has a Dutch pre school on site for 2yrs and older. This will help with the transition into our primary school. Please find more information at www.splopvang.nl 

 

Is there a deadline for applications?

At ISL we have implemented a rolling admissions policy. This means that if there is availability in the required age group we are able to accept students all year.

 

Are students able to purchase lunch at school?

Our school does not provide lunch facilities. All students must bring their own snacks and lunches with them. At ISL we promote healthy eating, sandwiches, fruit and raw vegatables or some of the options. Children will require both a snack and lunch.

 

When is the school closed for holidays?

Please refer to our school calander for all school holidays, bank holidays and study days. isleiden.nl/school-info/school-calendar/

 

Does ISL have a uniform policy?

ISL students do not have to wear a uniform.

 

Can I schedule a visit to the school?

We welcome all prospective families to come and visit our school, to ensure it is right for you. Please contact us at admissions@isleiden.nl to arrange a tour. 

 

My child does not speak English, may they still join ISL?

Yes, of course! We would need to have a discusson about what English as Additional Language (EAL) support is available and how we can offer this in the short and/or long term.

 

Are there facilities for students with physical challenges? 

Our school provides facilities for children with physical challenges to ensure they feel welcome and at ease. 

 

What age group will my child be placed in?

Our cut off date for group placement is the 1st of October for that year. Please see below overview of our breakdown per year group:

 

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