Healthy Diet And Exercise

Fresh organic food

A focus on pedagogic matters is good, but your child must also develop well physically. And in order to do so, it is important to eat healthily and to have sufficient exercise. Therefore, we ensure that your child gets plenty of fresh foods, such as fibre, fruit and vegetables. We have developed our very own Nutrition Philosophy and modus operandi, which are based on the latest research in healthy eating.

Warm Lunch

Children from the age of 9 months are given a fresh warm lunch every day that has been freshly prepared by Moekes Maaltijd with mostly organic products (97%). By evening time, most children are tired, which means they may have less of an appetite for a warm meal. With Moekes Maaltijd’s lunches every day, we ensure that they do not miss out on any important nutritional resources. What’s more, they discover new tastes and textures, and they do so together with their friends. By eating with their peers, they are often more prone to try new things with us than they would be – or even refuse to! – at home.




Another advantage to this is that you do not need to cook as soon as you come home, giving you more time to enjoy quality time with your child each evening. 
Moekes Maaltijd’s lunches are prepared with fresh produce that is mostly organic (97%) and preferably sourced locally. The meals are made specifically with children in mind; so not too spicy, no E-numbers and little to no salt.

Playing and Spending Time Outdoors

Exercise is very important for proper physical development. That's why we go outdoors as often as possible to play. All our branches have one or more large gardens, providing plenty of space to play, run around, kick a ball and so on – perfect ways for your child to get rid of excess energy. Furthermore, the gardens contain a lot of equipment, made from natural materials, that encourage the children to play adventurous games, as well as allow their imaginations to run free. These include waterslides, tree houses and climbing frames, all of which are exciting, fun and safe.

We also organize regular outings – for example, to a cheese factory, the fire station or the forest – in order to expose the children to as many new experiences as possible.