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Schleswig-Holstein

All-day schools

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

All-day schools develop a new understanding of school through collaboration with child and youth welfare services and other non-school cooperation partners. They increase the educational opportunities of young people, promote their individual abilities and inclinations and help to reduce disadvantages. With their educational, training and support services, they supplement scheduled lessons.

The open all-day school enables a differentiated educational offer that is geared towards the needs of pupils and parents. It is characterized by the opening of the school to its environment and the principle of voluntary participation. It transforms schools into a place of learning and living that is open all day. Open all-day schools are supported by the "Ganztägig lernen" service agency, which is funded by the Ministry of Education and Social Affairs and the German Children and Youth Foundation.

Approved open all-day schools can receive state funding for their programs, provided they meet the requirements of the applicable funding guidelines.

Ten new tied all-day schools were established in the 2009/10 and 2010/11 school years at schools in socially deprived areas and with a high proportion of children with a migration background. These new tied all-day schools have an eight-hour program on Mondays to Thursdays and a five-hour program on Fridays, which is compulsory for all pupils.

For the growing year groups in the eight-year grammar school course, reliable supervision during the lunch break is to be set up from the 2009/10 school year to combine morning and afternoon lessons as part of the contingent timetable. The approximately one-hour lunch break, during which educational, artistic or movement, games and sports activities can be provided in addition to lunch supervision, will be funded by the state for a maximum of two days.


What are the fees?

Different parental contributions may be charged locally for open all-day school and primary school childcare services.

Participation in lunchtime supervision at grammar schools in the eight-year course of education is free of charge for pupils and their parents.

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

Sponsors of open all-day schools, childcare services and G8 lunchtime supervision can submit annual funding applications to the Ministry of General and Vocational Education, Science, Research and Culture of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MBWFK). The deadlines can be found in the valid guidelines.

Legal basis

Directive on the approval and funding of open all-day schools and the establishment and funding of childcare services at primary level and in the eight-year grammar school course (G8) (Directive on all-day schooling and childcare)

What else should I know?

Further information on open all-day schools in Schleswig-Holstein can be found on the website of the state portal "Bildung Schleswig-Holstein".

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

What are the fees?

Different parental contributions may be charged locally for open all-day school and primary school childcare services.

Participation in lunchtime supervision at grammar schools in the eight-year course of education is free of charge for pupils and their parents.

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

Sponsors of open all-day schools, childcare services and G8 lunchtime supervision can submit annual funding applications to the Ministry of General and Vocational Education, Science, Research and Culture of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MBWFK). The deadlines can be found in the valid guidelines.

Legal basis

Directive on the approval and funding of open all-day schools and the establishment and funding of childcare services at primary level and in the eight-year grammar school course (G8) (Directive on all-day schooling and childcare)

What else should I know?

Further information on open all-day schools in Schleswig-Holstein can be found on the website of the state portal "Bildung Schleswig-Holstein".

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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