The School

In the School from the 1950s, you may get the feel of how a school class functioned in granddad’s or great-grandma’s time. From a time, where you stood up when asked about something, and where the head teacher stood at the gate to say "good morning" to everyone - and to punish those, who were late, with a biting slap in the face. This is in sharp contrast to the classroom from the 1980s, which you may also visit, where project and group work has become popular. It reflects that the expectations to the future labour market, which is in store for the students, have changed significantly.
The teachers are at the School for six days a week from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and here both teaching and narrating may be done. The School has a number of offers aimed specifically at the youngest public school students.