Development of your child (ren) even better in view at Kibeo

Your child is developing very quickly and always needs the right challenge. At Kibeo, your child's development is constantly monitored and recorded. This way, the pedagogical staff know whether your child's development is going well and whether your child might need more challenge or a helping hand.

Until now, Kibeo has worked with two methods to map the well-being and development of your child: the Child Portrait or the KIJK! registration. That changes; the child portrait is replaced by the Kleine KIJK !. This means that for all children between 0 and 4 years old, we KIJK! going to use. Sometimes we fill the entire KIJK! in, sometimes the Kleine KIJK! (a short version of KIJK!). We then work with one method and can thus better explain to you as a parent how your child is doing.

How does KIJK !?
By default, it is recorded twice a year based on daily observations whether your child feels safe, whether he or she feels challenged by the various activities and whether there are signs that indicate a risk to development. Based on a number of development lines, it becomes visible what your child can and knows already and what next step in his or her development is possible. This way, the employees can guide your child even better in his or her development

Parent conversation and parent report
LOOK! works with a parent report. It clearly indicates how your child's development is progressing. This will be discussed and explained in a parent interview with your child's pedagogical staff member. After the interview you will receive the parent report by email at home.

Many schools also work with KIJK!
Kibeo believes it is important to cooperate with the school your child attends. Most schools also work with KIJK !. We can give the reports to the school (with your permission). The teacher then immediately knows where your child is in his / her development and can continue when your child starts in group 1.

Do you have any questions about observations or the KIJK! then you can contact your child's pedagogical staff member.