Our Mondrian location is situated at J P Minckelersstraat 36, 1221KH in Hilversum
In September 2016, we moved into six classrooms at the Mondrian location. We chose to name the new location after Piet Mondrian, another famous Dutch painter. Mondrian represents a different period to Rembrandt and Frans Hals but his preference for the use of the three primary colors was a logical connection for naming our third primary school building. For the school year 2016-2017 we shared the building with the local Dutch primary school belonging to our School Board. The school was built in 1925 by a famous Dutch architect, Willem Dudok, in 1925 and is an officially listed monument. Dudok also designed the building at the Rembrandt location a few years earlier in 1919.
As of August 2017 we have sole occupancy of the building with groups for all ages being housed here. A learning support room and offices are also available. The new classes received new furniture at the beginning of this school year and seven new Touchscreens. In addition, a large number of laptops and iPads are available for the students to use in school.
For the youngest classes there is a fully equipped infant gym inside the building. For the ages six and older there is a full size municipal gymnasium next to the school which the classes visit for physical education lessons twice each week. The gym is housed above two swimming pools which could, in the future, make it possible for us to introduce after-school swimming activities.
There are currently 13 groups housed at this location.