Primary school 't Startblok is a great school, in full development. The school has about 300 pupils, has a mixed population and is located in the district of Gestel. We offer good, attractive and contemporary education! Primary school 't Startblok stands for quality, a good atmosphere and high involvement. The start for a good future! Together with Korein Kinderplein we form the Spilcentrum Keverberg. In this we provide care, preschool work and education from 0 to 12 years; all under one roof.

What characterizes our school?


Good, attractive and contemporary education

  • Good returns.
  • Good teaching.
  • Enthusiastic teachers who ensure that learning is fun too!
  • Deployment of new media (from group 4 every child has its own iPad).
  • Thematic work (in the afternoon) with plenty of room for personal input from children: Discovering, researching and enterprising learning.
  • Teachers for gym, music and technology (specialists who can convey a lot of knowledge and enthusiasm in their field).
  • Speech therapist and behavior specialists at school.
  • Children are co-owners of their learning process.
  • Excellent student care.
  • VVE coordinator provides a continuous line of Korein childcare and playgroup to primary school.
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Pleasant atmosphere at school:

  • Real attention for the child.
  • Peace and structure in the building.
  • Children feel safe, pleasant interaction with teachers and parents.
  • Small classes (average of 21 students).
  • Plus class for students with a head start in their development.
  • Collaborate and learn together.
  • Being responsible together.
  • Theater day in the Park Theater (once every two years).
  • Open stages where children can show their talents.
  • Active parent council that organizes many fun activities for the children (last week at school, royal games, Christmas dinner, etc.).
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Group Dynamic Education:

  • Focused on pleasant interaction with each other.
  • Weekly Social Circle.
  • Improvement boards (children together choose an improvement point per group that is worked on for a week).
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Attractive schoolyard:

  • A lot of space.
  • A green environment, flowers and fruit trees.
  • Own vegetable garden, in which children can also work.
  • invites you to play with each other.