A place at the primary school must be offered up to and including the spring semester of the year in which the student turns 13.
Our primary teachers are with the children during their school day, and there will be a safe transition for them when school ends and the children will start afternoon recess.
Our extensive school yard offers the children a rich range of activities. There are soccer fields, basketball courts, gaga rinks and many different playground equipment around the school that stimulate children to active moments. The school's location near the sea means we can experience nature up close and swim, catch crabs and build sand castles. One day a week, we leave school for a day out.
We hope that your child will enjoy staying with us and that the children will have many fun and exciting years at our Fritids!
It can be challenging for guardians to know which goals Fritids are working towards.
The fritids have their own curriculum and purpose that we work towards.
The primary club- Purpose
Through teaching in primary club, students must be given the conditions to develop their ability to:
• Test and develop ideas, solve problems and put the ideas into action
• Create and maintain good relationships and cooperate based on a democratic and empathetic approach
• Communicate with linguistic forms of expression in different contexts and for other purposes,
• Create and express themselves through various aesthetic forms of expression
• Explore and describe phenomena and connections in nature, technology and society, as well as
• Move versatilely in different environments and understand what can affect health and well-being.
• Take into personal account the need for balance between activity and rest.
Here are examples of how we work around these topics
Relationships, conflict management
• Educators work on how to treat each other, both preventively and in the event of conflicts.
• In the event of an argument, the staff tries to get the children to see the matter from both their points of view
• Helping children put feelings into words.
• The children get to know each other at gatherings and wait their turn.
• The children are involved in deciding the content and rules of activities.
• All children must have the opportunity to participate in the game.
Movement and health
• Every week, there is an opportunity for exercise and games in the sports hall.
• During outings, the children can move freely or in organized ways.
• We have a good and varied outdoor environment that stimulates the imagination and contributes to the movement.
• At meals, we talk about how important it is to have diverse and nutritious food to get through the day.
• We discuss the importance of good table manners and a pleasant atmosphere around the dining table.
Nature, environment and technology
• The children see the changes in nature.
• The children are out in nature climbing trees, building huts, etc.
• The children plant seeds and seedlings and study plants and small insects.
• Gets information about animals via books and computers.
• Baking in the school's home economics room.
• Build constructions with different kinds of materials.
• The educators want the children to appreciate and care for nature.
Language and communication
• As educators, we want to be good role models with polite language and pleasant communication.
• We strive for enjoyable and rewarding chat times with all children.
• We read books together
• During play, language is used to communicate with each other.
• Discussions are held about how to address and talk to each other.
• We listen and discuss with the children what they might want to do and then buy suitable materials for the activities.
• We take care of the children's interests and needs through informal conversations with the children.
Individual identity, democracy
• We must respect and be sensitive to each other.
• The children participate in making decisions and listen to the opinions of others.
• The educators support the children so that they dare to influence their everyday lives.
• The staff must point out that everyone does not have to be like others or have the same interests.
• The educators strengthen children's identity by getting to know them and helping them in their relationships with others.
• We work with "I'm good enough".
6:00 - 18:00
We are open during all school breaks but not on public holidays and planning days.
Breakfast: offered from 07:00 to the children who have morning free time.
At 7:30, all the children are out in the schoolyard with leisure staff until it is time for school to start.
At 14:00-15:00, it's Mellis in the school canteen.
Different activities depending on the day and group
At 16:30, All children who are left now gather in the Entry room
At 18:00, Fritids closes.