We offer three schemes:

  • Part-time daycare: 25 hours per week.
  • Part-time daycare: 30 hours per week for parents on leave according to the law on maternity leave
  • Full-time daycare: 51,5 hours per week.

You must ensure to choose a scheme when you accept an offer of a place for your child.

NOTE: It is not possible to choose between part-time and full-time care if your child is taken care of by a childminder (dagpleje).

Information regarding part-time and full-time daycare

You cannot save hours up if you keep your child at home on a day when your child should have been in daycare, according to the timetable.

Also, you cannot save up hours when your child is on holiday, if your child is sick, if there are public holidays or the institution is closed because of holidays.

If you choose a part-time daycare offer, you have to submit a timetable to the relevant daycare institution with the hours you would like daycare for. You must inform the daycare institution of your child’s arrival and departure times at the institution with at least one month's notice and you must set up a timetable that spans two weeks.

An example:

By March 1st, you must have submitted a daycare timetable for April 1st to April 15th and one by March 15th at the latest, for a daycare timetable spanning April 16th to April 30th.

The daycare institution plans staff working hours according to when the children are present. Therefore, it is important that you adhere to the agreed daycare arrival and departure times.

You have the option of allocating the hours into a two-week framework so e.g. you can use up 20 hours one week and 40 hours the week after.  You can set the times as you wish, as long as they are within the daycare institution’s opening hours.

An example:

For example, a timetable could look like this:

• Week 1 (20 hours)
o Monday and Tuesday: 8.00 am - 1 pm
o Wednesday: fixed day off
o Thursday and Friday: 8.00 am - 1 pm

• Week 2 (40 hours)
o Monday to Wednesday: 8.00 am - 4 pm
o Thursday: 8.00 am - 5 pm
o Friday: 8.00 am - 3 pm

The arrival and departure times are the times during which you are in the daycare institution.  This means that the time you spend in the daycare institution with your child during drop-off and pick-up also counts.

If you choose full-time daycare, you are not obliged to submit a timetable to the relevant daycare institution. But, it helps us when planning staff hours so it's a big help if you do decide to submit one.

You can set the times as you wish, as long as they are within the daycare institution’s opening hours.

If you are waiting for a daycare offer and want to change the hours in which you require daycare:

Then you must log on to the Digital Childcare Place Allocation application (Digital Pladsanvisning) using your MitID and change the hours in which you require daycare. 

If your child is already in daycare:

Then you must contact your daycare institution. You can always change your daycare hours with 2 months' notice before the 15th or the last day of the month.