At Oye LENA itself

Our project building has four different classrooms:

The orange room is the “learning-through-play room” where all the puzzles, building materials, board games, Smart Games and boxes related to different themes such as fine motor skills (pearls, plasticine,…) can be found.

Orange class (Learning-through-play room)

The green room is called the “creative room” and contains all the craft materials. Apart from that, there are also a lot of toys to play with like balloons, hoops and more.

Green room (creative room)
Green room (creative room)

The black room is the “multi-sensory room” in which we offer different stimuli (visual, audible, tactile, those regarding taste and smell)

Black room (multi-sensory room)

The white room is the “movement room” where we give physiotherapy, Sherborne or other similar activities.

movement class

Finally, there is the ‘relaxation class‘. In this room, the children receive as few stimuli as possible, ideal for children with autism or other disabilities.

white room
White room

The “We-pretend learning centres”: the little shop, kitchen, theatre, doll section, car section & construction area we install outside.

Outside we have two playgrounds: a big square with a house, a swing and a slide, and a lawn with a climbing rack, a swing, a slide and a seesaw.

Kids on the playground
Playground upstairs with swings and slide
Playground downstairs
Speeltuin beneden (wipplank)
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