The ambitious goal of the competition was to use means of technology and science to develop solutions that would save the planet
Recommendations concerning face masks in the City of Turku Education Division will extend to cover lower comprehensive school pupils in grades 4 t
In comprehensive schools in Turku, the spring term begins on Thursday 7 January 2021.
On 1 December, the regional corona prevention group of Southwest Finland proposed new recommendations to control the coronavirus situation.
The City of Turku Education Division is expanding its face mask recommendation to pupils of grades 7–9 in secondary schools during optional subject
New facilities for the International School have been sought after since the amount of students is expected to increase from 230 to 450 students.
The City of Turku has already started distance teaching in schools of Aunela, Nummenpakka, Rieskalähde and Varissuo.
The science competition is organised in collaboration with higher education institutions and businesses in the area.
For this reason, a general recommendation to use a mask came into force in institutions of upper secondary education in Turku (vocational instituti
Koronavilkku is initially available in Finnish and Swedish. An English vers
In order to prevent coronavirus from spreading, it is essential that children who are ill do not attend day care or school.
Use of face mask recommended
As schools start, the City of Turku recommends the use of face masks for all passengers in public transport.
School health care at schools functions as normally as possible and health check-ups for pupils begin as soon as the term starts.
The City of Turku plays a pivotal role nationally as a hub for technology and science, and this role is being strengthened all the time.
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
In all transitions that pupils make in primary schools during the day, all contacts with other teaching groups and pupils are minimised.
Restrictions are dismantled responsibly in order to prevent sudden new delays.
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
Student welfare at schools will organise support for children who cannot be contacted through distance teaching or who have problems at home.
The decision applies to municipal early childhood education in day care centres and family day care as well as morning and afternoon clubs.
The prolongment of the restrictions influences all the operations of the City of Turku, mostly the operations of the Education Division and the ser