The Elementary school consists of a team of 16 class teachers, as well as three special teachers, five English teachers and four Swedish teachers, as well as a coordinator for Swedish teaching and a coordinator for English teaching at the school.
There are 335 students at the Elementary school, from CP to CM2.
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335 students from CP to CM2
In the main building, 1 class of CM1 and “collège” .
On the second and third floors of the main building, classes from CP to CM1 and one class of CM2.
In the prefabricated building, 2 classes of CM2.
High school students go to another building at Stora Essingen.
The building is shared with a Swedish school, a municipal library and the classrooms are occupied after 3 pm by the “Fritids” (extra-curricular) activities.
The schoolyard is not part of the school, but is a public area in the city.
Website where you will find class blogs and various videos of school activities:
Teaching is according to the French curriculum (mathematics, French, English, history, geography, science, sports …), namely 24h per week.
Two hours of compulsory Swedish lessons are added to these.
Further lessons in Swedish are offered to families who wish, outside the regular schedule.
One day at school – school calendar
From 9h to 15h from Monday to Friday
07h00-08h50: student reception
If you wish, it is possible that your child is received before the school begins. For this you only need to complete the document that is distributed at the beginning of the year or write to: accueil [a] lfsl.net
08:50-09: 00: Reception in the school yard
09: 00-11: 10: Lesson time
11h10-12h00: Lunch, guarded by “Fritids”.
(CP: 10h55-11h30 Lunch, then break for CP-CE1 and 1 class of CE2, lunch from 11h10-11h35, then break for 2 classes of CE2 and CM1 and CM2, lunch break from 11:35 to 12:00)
12:00 – 15:00: lesson with a break from 13:35 to 13:50
15.00: if your child is enrolled, “Fritids” takes over, otherwise the student must leave school premises. If the student goes to CM2, he can be enrolled in the study group.
Enrolment in “Fritids” is not automatic, it is up to the family to do so.
An organization in smaller groups in CP, which facilitates the students’ transition to elementary school.
Three teachers are present to work with the students, either in small groups or in collaboration with the classes where the students need a personal support.
There is the opportunity to take advantage of an additional educational activity (1 hour per week) to help children who have a temporary difficulty, outside of class time.
Establishment of various action plans with tools and adaptations for children with greater need for support or learning difficulties.
The school psychologist can perform tests with the students. Presence of a school nurse and two “Kurators” (Swedish and French) who ensure the respect and updating of the equal treatment plan.
11,000 sek per year.
School lunch, school supplies, excursions, projects … everything is included
The role of the parents
As a parent you can participate in life at the school by being a class representative and participating in the school council or by being a candidate as a parent on the board.
You can also work as a volunteer in the parents’ association, APE.
For questions: Directeur de l’Élémentaire