School-based leisure-time facilities provide wraparound care for all children in grades 0 to 3.

The facilities focus on supporting your child’s personal, social and cultural development. Children need to learn to make decisions to be able to say yes or no to things. In this way, they learn to take responsibility for themselves when they are together with other people.

  • Attendance at a school-based leisure-time facility is completely voluntary and it is you as a parent who pays for the care.
  • At a school-based leisure-time facility the children are together with their friends and can also make new friendships. At the same time, we ensure that they can participate in various activities both indoors and outdoors.
  • The primary language in a school-based leisure-time facility is Danish.
  • A school-based leisure-time facility is usually open Monday to Thursday from 6.30 to 17.00 and Friday from 6.30 to 16.30. On training days, the centre is closed from 8.00 to 11.30, matched to school bell times.
  • Your child can start at a school-based leisure-time facility before they have a CPR number. If you would like to enrol your child in a facility before they have a CPR number, you should contact Placement Service and Pupil Administration (Pladsanvisning og Elevadministration).
  • School-based leisure-time facilities have premises that are fitted out for leisure activities, but they can also use the school’s other premises and facilities.

Please note: Every school-based leisure-time facility has its own special features.

Click here to read more about school-based leisure-time facilities on the schools’ own websites (in Danish). You will find the websites of the district schools via the map.