Communication with parents
Interteach believes it is important for parents to be involved in their child’s learning process. Before definitive enrolment, we invite every parent to a personal interview and inform parents about the Interteach concept. On a quarterly basis, we discuss the child’s progress with every parent, preferably with the child also involved. These interviews can be held at the teaching location, but may also be held at home or using our digital communication platform. Parents can consult progress in the educational process at any time via the student monitoring system ParnasSys.
School hours and holidays
Interteach provides teaching and a range of other activities for 50 weeks every year.
The Interteach locations are open from 07.00 until 19.00. Our locations are closed during the Christmas holiday.
Students must always attend between the hours of 09.00 and 15.00; it is during this time that the basic curriculum is taught and when the students can learn with and from each other. Other hours are optional and in consultation with parents. Of course, Interteach applies the standard hours stipulated in the Primary Education Act (Wet op het Primair Onderwijs).
Holidays can be arranged in consultation with Interteach; absence from one of our teaching locations need not necessarily mean that the no learning takes place. Thanks to our digital education platform, every student can always follow individual, differentiated classes (wherever they are in the world).
Social and physical safety
We want every child to enjoy coming to school every day. This is only possible if children feel accepted, safe and trusted. We apply an active safety policy with regard to social and physical safety. We also enforce an anti-bullying protocol, which stipulates that bullying is not accepted and what action we will take if it happens.
We believe it is important for children to have an open attitude to differences and for everyone to treat each other with respect. Equally importantly, children need to learn to handle and stand up for themselves. To enable us to monitor and encourage children’s social and emotional development, we make use of the method known as 'Zien'.
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For details, see Articles 15 and 16 of the Interteach General Terms and Conditions.
Interteach is a school accredited by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, a so-called B3 school. Interteach meets all of the requirements and quality standards set, as stipulated in the Inspectorate of Education’s Supervisory Framework (Toezichtkader van de Inspectie van Onderwijs).