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The Daltonschool Neptunus

Daltonschool Neptunus is a primary school in the city of Amsterdam. The school places special emphasis on science and technology, and has quite some experience in this field. The school participates in the GLOBE program, EcoSchools and now ENGINEER. Before participating in VTB and the Delta program, for which only 45 Dutch schools were selected, Neptunus is a ‘front-runner‘ in the field of primary science and technology education.

Neptunus takes an enterprising approach to teaching and learning, which encourages all young people to learn and develop in a way that meets their needs and develops skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work. The number of pupils is about 380 spread over 15 groups. There are almost 30 teachers/staff, most of them part-time.

Find out more about the school via and have a look at the special schoolwebsite about science and technology aimed at pupils, parents and teachers via  Daltonschool Neptunus is working together with NEMO science centre and EduScience

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Representatives:Rik Kuiper
Coördinator Wetenschap, Natuur & techniek