Registration and information

For some classes (especially evening classes) there is a waiting list.

To register, you must live and/or work in Amsterdam (West), and your family income may not exceed € 37,000 gross per year.



every Monday, Thuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon 2.00 pm - 3.30 pm 



Class times

Days times a week class times Coordinator
OG-1 Monday & Wednesday twice 9.00 am - 11.30 am Margreet Muller
OG-2 Tuesday & Thursday twice 9.00 am - 11.30 am Berend Meijer
MG-1 Tuesday & Thursday twice 1.30 pm - 4.00 pm Kitty Bongaards
MG-2 Monday & Wednesday twice 1.30 pm - 4.00 pm Astorita Burleson
AG-1 Monday & Wednesday twice 7.00 pm - 9.30 pm vacancy
AG-1 Monday evening once 6.30 pm - 9.30 pm vacancy
AG-1 Wednesday evening once 6.30 pm - 9.00 pm
AOG-2 Thursday evening once 7.00 pm - 9.30 pm Brend Meijer



Tuition fee  from September 2019

paiment period twice a week once a week
September - December 80,- 60,-
January - March 60,- 45,-
April - June 60,- 45,-
The tuition fee is paid in advance. Students receive an invoice or an email with the request to pay (in advance



Book fees

In addition to the tuition fees, you must also purchase books. The costs for this are between € 25 and € 80 (excluding extension of digicodes). This depends on the group and the chosen teaching method. Different teaching methods are used, such as "NEDERLANDS NU", "NEDERLANDS IN GANG", "TAAL COMPLEET". At the start of the course you will be told which method (books) you should buy.

Information about the school

  * The group size is 8 to a maximum of 12 students

  * You will be in a level group: beginners, intermediate and advanced.

  * Sometimes lessons are given to mixed groups at different levels.

  * The teachers who teach are volunteers, they do not receive a salary

  * If you cannot come to class one day, we expect you to call or send an e-mail, sms or whatsapp to the teacher (possibly to the SOB)

  * If you have not unsubscribed more than three times, you can lose your place in the class!

  * On the SOB there are digital boards in all rooms; books are not always used; teachers sometimes make their own lessons; students can also contribute topics for the lessons

  * The SOB has an annual school newspaper to which teachers and students make a contribution.

 Privacy regulation

The SOB also has privacy rules and always handles personal data with care. The privacy policy is at school (on the notice board) and can also be requested from the lesson coordinator.