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the swedish school

the swedish school

Your child can go to preschool from the age of 1. Preschool is voluntary. From the autumn of the year that your child turns 3, he or she has the right to attend public preschool. Public preschool comprises 15 hours a week and is free of charge. In preschool, the children are to be given the opportunity to develop and learn through play and creativity, both on their own, in groups and together with adults.
Compulsory school education is compulsory for all children. In Sweden, school attendance is required for the reception class (kindergarten) and years 1-9 of compulsory school, in other words for ten years.

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The swedish school
17 April
Bank holiday – Nursery and Primary closed
5 June
Bank holiday – Nursery and Primary closed

Blekinge Institute of Technology
Department of Spatial Planning,Swedish School of Planning,
37179 Karlskrona
Blekinge Institute of Technology
(Full Member)

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2212 Hongqiao Road, Shanghai, China 200336

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From March 17 and throughout the spring all teaching at Swedish upper secondary schools and in adult education, higher vocational education and higher education has been conducted remotely or online. On May 29 the Government announced that upper secondary schools can return to regular instruction on the school premises as of June 15.
“The decision to return to regular teaching was taken on the basis of a recently published document from the Public Health Agency of Sweden where it was concluded that children and young people only account for a small proportion of the COVID-19 cases,” Anna Ekström said.

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The Swedish School of Textiles offers undergraduate and graduate programmes combining textile technology, design, management and entrepreneurship. Under the direction of experienced technicians, design students are given the opportunity to realise their textile designs in a lab environment—about 90 percent of students in our survey expressed they were satisfied with the school’s workrooms and resources. The BA student cohort is heavily female and not open to the international community. In contrast, the MA student cohort is open to the international community, and one-third of the MA student cohort is from out of the country. Indeed, undergraduate students expressed they were dissatisfied with the school’s gender and international diversity, while graduate students were satisfied with the level of diversity. With the exception of MA technical courses, students’ ratings of the school’s courses were above average across the board in comparison to the ratings of other schools in our survey.