Frequently asked questions

Content & results

We work according to the core objectives set by the government, and we go above and beyond. All mornings are spent on language and mathematics. This is followed by a one-hour lunch break, including a hot lunch, during which all children stay at school. The afternoons are used for subjects such as world orientation, music and art.

The learning outcomes of our pupils are good. We measure them by means of the CITO test from group 3, as well as by other testing. The children are motivated by the atmosphere and what the school has to offer and therefore learn better. This is reflected in the results.

We do this by offering children specific books selected by us that the teachers have read themselves, and that suit the child. In this way we can talk to the child about what they have read, and question and stimulate the child. In this way we help the children discover that reading is worthwhile.

The school facilitates access to all secondary schools in the area. The children in group 7 and 8 visit the schools in the area for orientation, and the school receives educators from the schools. The transfer of all data is done by means of an automated system to which these schools have access, with permission from the parents. The school has special partnerships with Maurick College (Vught), Gymnasium Beekvliet (St. Michielsgestel) and Elde College (St. Michielsgestel/Schijndel).


No, there’s no waiting list yet. There are still possibilities to register for school year 2023/2024. However, it is possible that the classes become full; the school uses a system in which the first enrolled person has the first entitlement. In addition, children whose older brother or sister are already at school get priority.

That is possible, in principle, with the agreement of the other school, and in principle only after the summer holidays or after the Christmas holidays. The exception is in the case of moving house: in that case it is also possible to switch at other times, after consultation.

Yes. It is possible that the school will eventually move to another location, but that will always be in Vught.

Yes, we are. Approximately 50% of the children at the school are from Vught, the other half come from other municipalities.

Children can join group 1 and 2 without speaking Dutch. In that case they may have to follow an extra year in group 1 or 2. From group 3 onwards, together with the parents, we determine which route and facilitation is best for the child.

The school is open to everyone, no matter the background. We check whether our school is the best place for those who sign up. We do this in cooperation with other schools and social partners. It may be the case, for example, that special education is better suited to a child.


Misha was a friend of the founders of the school. Born in Amsterdam in 1982, he died in 2015 at the young age of 32 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. During his short life he was passionate about education and was an example to many. Anyone who knew him would say: “When you talked to Misha, you had the feeling that you were his only friend”. Misha himself always said that life was ‘too beautiful’. His positive attitude is what we as a team want to give to the children entrusted to us.

It’s a general-purpose school with a Catholic identity. This means that the school derives excellent values and standards, partly from its identity. You can tell that from the way children and teachers interact with each other. In the morning we say a prayer as well as in the afternoon before lunch. Once a week the children receive religion/philosophy. We also give a lot of attention to celebrations like Christmas and Easter. With these components we show the children what helps us, as a school, to be ourselves.

Yes, he can. For us, showing what helps us to be ourselves is an invitation to the children to discover that for themselves as well. So the school doesn’t expect children to be religious or to become so. Children, for example, don’t have to pray with us. They will, however, experience the Catholic way of looking at things and the values and norms that follow that. We ask parents to have a positive attitude towards this experience.