Don't forget to report that your child is sick or for other reasons can't attend school. Planned absences should be applied for in advance.
We are using a system called Skola24 which is web-based.
Log in to Skola24
As part of our safeguarding procedure, we require that all notifications are made no later than 8.00 a.m. on the day that your child is sick or absent. You can only report whole day absences. In the case of planned visits to the doctor, dentist or similar shorter absences, you must provide your child with a note for the teacher/mentor.
Call in to report sick or absent child.
The instructions are in English and you will need to use your child's Swedish personal number in order to be able to report the absence.
As part of our safeguarding procedure, we require that all notifications are made no later than 8.00 a.m. on the day that your child is sick or absent.
New families, please make sure that the school office gets the children's personal numbers as quickly as possible.
Parents are requested not to remove their child from school unnecessarily. Lengthy absences will affect academic progress and grades. It is the responsibility of the student and/or parent to ensure that missed work is completed. Special work will not be provided by teachers.
A "Leave of Absence" must be filled out even for single day absences. The completed form is to be submitted to the class teacher/mentor one week in advance. Two days off may be granted by the class teacher/mentor. Absences of more than two days must be approved by the Principal who should receive the notice at least one week in advance.
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