A particular part of the teaching takes place in the individual home.

We call it "food groups" and it is assumed that the students in turn are hosts for their classmates in smaller groups. In practice, it means that every home 1-2 times a year receives a small group of class students and provides social activities, and that the children are eating together. The food group ends with the parents bringing their children between kl. 19 and 20. Here is often a cup of coffee or tea.

The food groups allow both parents and students to meet in a more informal room.

From school we find that this helps to promote the social ties and thus the well-being of the class.

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