Corona information

The compulsory attendance in schools remains suspended. From April 12, 2021, alternating lessons take place for grades 1 to 6 and 10 to 13 in half the class in an alternating model. Pupils are called to use the distributed Rapid Covid Antigen Tests. From April 19, 2021 the grades 7, 8 and 9 will restart in half classes in the alternating model. The Rapid Covid Antigen Tests will be carried out obligatory in the schools.

Since April 8, 2021, the daycare centers offer emergency care only for families in systemically relevant professions .

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Youth Work in Schools

 Mehrere Schulranzen stehen in einer Reihe
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Reaching children and young people

Youth work fulfils its own educational mandate in cooperation with schools. With the support of social workers, young people are offered educational opportunities that are based on their interests and needs and open up for them possibilities to create, experience and participate. Children and young people take part voluntarily in the youth work programmes organised in cooperation with schools.

With the state programme for youth work in schools, youth work activities, for example school clubs, are specifically located in schools and in the vicinity of schools. The target group is primarily children and young people aged 11 to 16, i.e. students in grades 5 and 6 of primary schools and lower secondary school (7-10) of secondary schools. Older primary school students are generally less likely to be reached by after-school care than younger ones.

Youth work in schools aims at the regional socio-spatial networking of youth work facilities, other areas of youth welfare, schools and other institutions that are important to the education of young people.


The youth welfare organisations and the schools jointly decide on the financing of the programmes on the basis of the district framework concepts. In order to provide better material equipment for the programmes and to ensure that the content is coordinated, the youth welfare offices and the school sector each provide 20 percent of the funding.