Support for learning and growth is part of high quality basic education. Support for learning and school attendance is available for all students. Forms of support include the student’s pedagogical support, guidance and student welfare. The student has a right for early, systematic and proactive support. The support received by the student must be flexible, persevering, and it must transform according to the student’s needs. Different forms of support can be used singly or in conjunction with others so that they complement each other.
The Kylämäki Village in Kurala is a recreation and cultural area for the whole family to enjoy. You can explore the area any time of the year and stay for a picnic or get to know the endearing farm animals.
In the summertime you can learn about life on the farm in the 1950s with the guidance of a woman farmer. You can also participate in workshops and courses throughout the year, and during the summer you can watch work demonstrations and even try your own hand in farm work.
With the decision of the Regional State Administrative Agency of Southwest Finland, the maximum permitted number of participants in gatherings was
The Leila robot will send vaccination appointments to those who have left their contact details in random by each age group at a time during May–Au
A hybrid model will be transferred to contact teaching in comprehensive schools, upper secondary schools and Turku Vocational Institute from Monday
- We must now put health first.
The pupils will be provided masks by their own school, but they can also br
- In addition to being fun entertainment, literacy opens many doors: to cope in society and in life and to cope with everyday life.
Koronavilkku is initially available in Finnish and Swedish. An English vers
-Reading is not an obligation, it is a right, says project planner Tarja Rajala from Turku City Library and continues: -Reading me
In order to prevent coronavirus from spreading, it is essential that children who are ill do not attend day care or school.
School health care at schools functions as normally as possible and health check-ups for pupils begin as soon as the term starts.
Currently, the coronavirus situation in Finland is good and everyone can participate in preventing the epidemic from spreading.
Summer activities for pupils in grades 1 and 2
The City of Turku organises chargeable summer activities for pupils in grades in 1 and 2.
- We have given staff in schools instructions that teaching should mainly be arranged in their own classroom and be led by one
The playground activities and club activities of the City of Turku early childhood education and care open on Monday 18 May and remain open until 2
We aim to keep the morning and afternoon activities in basic education going as normal.
At its meeting on 30 March 2020, the Turku City Board decided that the fee for morning and afternoon activities in basic education will not be char
- The corona epidemic has changed the everyday life of many children, adolescents and families in Turku, as contact teaching has been replaced by d