All the pupils of the 1st grade in Turku will start learning an A1 Language at the very beginning of the school year 2019–20.
As part of the evaluation, FINEEC carries out a survey among the parents and guardians of five-year-old children in municipalities participating in
Five-year-old children born in 2013 will be provided with free-of-charge early childhood education in Turku as part of a trial programme for the entire year running from 1 August 2018 to 31 July 2019.
The City of Turku initiated the School on the Move project during the academic year 2016-2017, but promoting physical activity among pupils has roo
Luminous Finland 100 Tour will culminate in an art fusion of various artforms and tens of artists on the Independence Day of Finland, 6th December,
The outdoor day care centre group started in 2014 and has been very popular ever since – there is a waiting list for children who wish to have a pl
Please bring your own skates. Using a helmet is highly recommended.
Swim shorts now accepted
The opening of swimming halls brings along a change in swimwear regulations.
The Lauste school in eastern Turku has long traditions in teaching children with an immigrant background.
The number of respondents to the quality survey of basic education has multiplied from 2015 in all groups.
Renewing basic education and strengthening digital learning are important spearhead projects in terms of education in Finland, and the government s
The Library Bridge gained a Christmas-themed soundscape, with the beautiful scenery of changing lights being an original feature of the bridge.
The number 02 262 5609 provides answers to questions related to client fees and income statements as well as the value of the service voucher.
The aim of the contest is to awaken students and teachers to discuss what Europe, our continent, is like and how we could all live together in peac
Luostarinmäki, March 26–27: OvoDecor demonstrates traditional ways of painting Easter eggs.
According to a new survey from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the reading literacy, maths and science skills of 15-year-old Finns are among the highest of industrialised countries.
The quality of the Finnish educational system overall was also ranked highly in the OECD’s How’s Life? 2015survey.