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Schools providing primary and secondary education to children with learning difficulties and behavioural problems or children with physical or sensory disabilities or chronic illnesses.
Special primary education
The continuation of the previous school types for children with learning and behavioural difficulties (LOM) and children with learning difficulties (MLK), and for toddlers whose development requires...
Obtaining the Dutch nationality by recognition
Obtaining the Dutch nationality of non-Dutch children who are recognised by a Dutch father before they reach adulthood or who become legitimate due to his marriage.
Nursery school and primary education
Education for children aged 4 to 12 after which they start secondary education. Until 1985 this was called pre-school and elementary school. It includes special needs education.
Obtaining the Dutch nationality by adoption
Obtaining the Dutch nationality by non-Dutch children whose adoption is granted by a Dutch, Netherlands Antillean or Aruban judge, who have at least one Dutch adoption parent.
Situation in which children under 18 share in the naturalisation of the parent or parents. Minors aged over 12 have a say in this. A child won’t be naturalised against its wishes.
Unpaid work (TBO)
Engaging in productive but unpaid activities. These include household chores, caring for children, volunteer work, helping and caring for other people, DIY and odd jobs, and the travelling time...
Child care before and after school
Provision for care for children aged 4-12 who are in school. These facilities are only open before and after school and during the lunch break. They are often open on Wednesday afternoons and during...