A warm welcome to all new students and guardians at our municipal upper secondary schools. Here you will find everything you need for the start of school.
We are here for those who are about to start at one of our municipal upper secondary schools:
Starting upper secondary school is an exciting time with many new impressions and thoughts. We want to give you a good start in upper secondary school, which is why we are asking you to fill in some forms and e-services before the first day of school.
All forms can be filled in and saved digitally before printing.
NOTE! You should bring any forms with you to the first day of school where your mentor will let you know what to do with them.
*You need a BankID to use the e-services. Students must have the type of BankID that can be accepted by external authorities (such as 1177). Read more about this on your bank's website or contact your bank. Persons with protected personal information cannot use e-services. In this case you need to apply directly to the receiving school that has a starting date no earlier than 9 August, 2022.
This e-service is made up of four different parts.
As a student, you first log in using the link below. If you don't have a BankID, your guardian can log in instead of you.
Once you, the student, have gone through the e-service process, it will be your guardian's turn to log in.
At the bottom of the page, you can read more about photography, filming and recording audio in the school. Consent is voluntary.
As a student, you must have a digital tool (such as a computer or a Chromebook) to take part of the lessons. You can use your own digital tool or borrow one from the school. In order for the school to borrow you a digital tool, you must agree to the contract in the e-service below before you start school. Students who decide not to borrow tools at the start of school will have the option to change this decision later.
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In order to request the student's school health record from the previous school, please fill in the form below. The record contains information on vaccinations, vision and hearing tests and any actions taken by the school health service. The information is confidential, which means that no one else but the school nurse and the school doctor has access to the record.
Each school has a specific form that you can choose below:
Children and students who cannot eat the regularly served food for medical or special reasons can opt for a special diet.
Information about special diet reuirements (in Swedish)
Students beginning their first year of upper secondary school can apply for a travel grant from 1 August.
Information about travel grants (in Swedish)
If you live alternately with both your parents, you can apply for a travel grant for alternating custody if you have at least 6 km walking distance to school from one of your parents and you live about an equal amount of time in both homes. Both your guardians must live in Lund municipality. The application must be made by a student over the age of 18 or their guardian if the student is under the age of 18.
To get more information from your new school about times for the roll call, school books and other useful information before starting school, please visit the school page. (in Swedish)
The forms fill in by students and guardian.
The PE & Health curriculum requires all students to show consideration for their own safety and the safety of others during course activities. The safety regulations are for the safety and well-being of you and your peers.
Healthcare work and food handling require a health declaration. Apprentices and students need to fill in a health declaration in connection with workplace learning (APL, arbetsplatsförlagt lärande) in the Child and Recreation Programme, the Health and Social Care Programme and the Restaurant and Food Programme. The aim is to identify infectious diseases and protect both students and the environment.
Select the form (in Swedish) below and submit it to the school nurse.
Your personal information will be processed in accordance with the municipality's rules for personal information management and the Patient Data Act.
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