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Antagning till åk 4 / Admissions to year 4 - update on progress: November 28th 2019

Vi har nu börjat processen för antagning inför åk 4 höstterminen 2020.

Vi kommer att kontakta de som står först i kö ( de som stått längst) för att se hur många av de första 180 barnen som är intresserade, i turordning.

Notera att vi har över 1200 barn i kö till HT-20 åk 4 och endast 150 platser.

Vi tillämpar syskonförtur som innebär förtur om man har barn på samma skola samtidigt. 

De första vi kontaktat har stått i kö sedan mitten av  januari 2014. Får vi ett negativt svar så fortsätter vi med att kontakta nästa på tur osv.

Vi kommer att uppdatera er vidare via denna sida regelbundet med hur långt i vår kö vi kommit. 

Tack för ert tålamod.

 

 

We have now started the admission process for the year 4 students of fall term 2020. We will contact the first (those with the longest application date) to see how many of the first 180 students that are still intersted, in turn. 

Note that we have more than 1200+ children in the queue for year 4 of the autumn term 2020 and only 150 places.  We apply sibling advantage meaning that you will have an advantage in the queue if you have siblings in the school at the same time. 

Those contacted in the first batch have been in our student queue since before the middle of January 2014. If we get a negative reply, we will continue contacting the next in turn and so on. 

We will keep updating you via this site regularly on how far in the queue we are. 

Thank you for your patience.

Antagning till åk 4 / Admissions to year 4

Vi har nu börjat processen för antagning inför åk 4 höstterminen 2020.

Vi kommer att kontakta de som står först i kö ( de som stått längst) för att se hur många av de första 180 barnen som är intresserade, i turordning.

Notera att vi har över 1200 barn i kö till HT-20 åk 4 och endast 150 platser.

Vi tillämpar syskonförtur som innebär förtur om man har barn på samma skola samtidigt. 

De första vi kontaktat har stått i kö sedan före december 2012. Får vi ett negativt svar så fortsätter vi med att kontakta nästa på tur osv.

Vi kommer att uppdatera er vidare via denna sida regelbundet med hur långt i vår kö vi kommit. 

Tack för ert tålamod.

 

 

We have now started the admission process for the year 4 students of fall term 2020. We will contact the first (those with the longest application date) to see how many of the first 180 students that are still intersted, in turn. 

Note that we have more than 1200+ children in the queue for year 4 of the autumn term 2020 and only 150 places.  We apply sibling advantage meaning that you will have an advantage in the queue if you have siblings in the school at the same time. 

Those contacted in the first batch have been in our student queue since before December 2012. If we get a negative reply, we will continue contacting the next in turn and so on. 

We will keep updating you via this site regularly on how far in the queue we are. 

Thank you for your patience.

 

 

 

Building Tables (and Dreams) at Project Connect!

Building Tables (and Dreams) at Project Connect!

"Every great building once begun as a building plan.  That means, sitting in that building plan on the table is a mighty structure not yet seen.  It is the same with dreams."- Israelmore Ayivor

Project Connect, with the help of Mr. Cornelius Högkvist and Mr. Hropic, have been busy making a table for IES Nacka's Counselling Center.  This project, which was completed in 6 weeks, is one of the many opportunities students have at Project Connect to connect with each other and to provide a positive impact to our community.  If you are interested in joining Project Connect, contact Mr. Cornelius Högkvist.

   

A place to just be

A message written on the whiteboard from students encouraging other students in the IES Nacka Counselling Center.  School counsellors, Mr. Cornelius Högkvist and Ms. Karlström, are available during school hours to help support students.  The Counselling Center is a calm environment for students to take a break from stressors and find some time to "just be". 

 

The Convention of the Rights of Children

Thirty years ago, world leaders made a historic commitment to the world’s children by adopting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child – an international agreement on childhood. It’s become the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history and has helped transform children’s lives around the world. But still not every child gets to enjoy a full childhood; too many childhoods are cut short. It is up to our generation to demand that leaders from government, business and communities fulfil their commitments and take action for child rights now, once and for all. They must commit to making sure every child has every right. Sweden has taken one step by now making it into a law by January 1, 2020.

 

Ms. Poletti, Social Science Teacher at IES Nacka has put up two exhibitions of The Convention of the Rights of Children in the school in Swedish and materials for classroom activity was sent in both English and Swedish.  

 

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