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Photography Camp - Summer 2019

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Photography Camp - Summer 2019

At Photography Camp, the children will bring their imagination to life...

About Photography Camp
This camp is designed to introduce children - little and big - to the world of photography; from the basics of how to use a camera to how to light influences the outturn. Using  newly learnt techniques and self-made props, we will capture static and moving objects, inside and outdoors, as well as ourselves and our friends at camp. 

To ensure that your children also spend plenty of time out in the fresh air, field trips will be planned to allow the children to take part in exploration projects. Campers are welcome to take their completed photography projects home to show off to friends and family.

In addition to the workshop activities specifically focussing on the theme of the week each camp also includes fun sports and recreational games daily and two field trips per week. Click the link to see what a typical day at camp looks like.


When and where does Photography camp run?

Photography Camp runs from Monday - Friday from 08:00-18:30. The last drop off time is 09:30 to ensure all children can enjoy the full programme. Children can be picked-up anytime between 17:00 - 18:30.

Camp weeks Camp Location
Monday 22 July - Friday 26 July The Maples
Monday 29 July - Friday 2 August The Willows
Monday 5 August - Friday 9 August The Estate

Click the link for more info on our The Hague locations

Field trips:
Avifauna: 23 July (The Maples), 30 July (The Willows), 6 August (The Estate)
Picknick at MonkeyBos: 25 July (The Maples), 1 August (The Willows), 8 August (The Estate)

Zein is the trusted partner to most of the international schools in The Hague including The British School, The International School of The Hague, The European School, The French Lycee and de Haagsche Schoolvereeniging. Please note however that families are free to select any of Zein's out of school care locations for holiday camps based on their preference of the theme. All four locations are registered and fully licensed, so working or families can claim part of the costs for the camps back via the Dutch Childcare allowance.

What language is spoken at the holiday camps?

Our holiday camps are open to everyone. English is the main language spoken, but many of our teachers are international and speak multiple languages. Where possible, and if needed, they will take the time to explain things in your child's mother tongue.

The camps also offer Dutch children the perfect opportunity to practice their English in a relaxed and informal setting - after all, learning works best when you're having fun!

Do you have qualified staff?

All our camps and activities are led by our qualified childcare practitioners and carried out in age appropriate format for children aged 4 – 6 and 7 – 12. Where relevant we make use of professional sports teachers and other specialists - all of whom have pedagogical and safety training.  Our holiday camps offer exciting hands-on activities, sports, recreational games and field-trips in a safe and non-competitive environment.

How much does it cost?

The gross cost (without childcare allowance) is €94.50 per day or €472.50 per week. This price includes healthy organic warm meals and snacks throughout the day; entrance fees and transport for field trips; and all materials and instruction.

Please note that all our camps are held at registered childcare locations. Dutch childcare allowance is available for parents working or studying in the Netherlands irrespective of nationality. Our staff will be happy to help you apply.

How do I make a booking?

Bookings can be made via our online booking form. Your booking will be confirmed by DebiCare, our registration company, within 2-3 working days. If you would like to discuss your booking please contact a member of our team using 070 326 8263 or

Please note: initial bookings must be for 1 week (5 consecutive days). Thereafter bookings can be made in two day blocks. Parents are advised that children will get the most out of theme camps if they attend the entire week.