School Regulation (2011:185)

Original Language Title: Skolförordning (2011:185)

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



Contents of the regulation



paragraph 1 of this regulation, see the following chapters:



– introductory provisions (Chapter 1),



-principals (Chapter 2),



– the educational times (Chapter 3),



-students (Chapter 4),



– training (Chapter 5.)



– distance education (5 a Cape.)



– rating (Chapter 6),



– preschool (Chapter 7),



– pre-school class (Chapter 8),



– primary education (Chapter 9),



– Basic programs (Chapter 10),



-special school (11 kap.)



– the same school (Chapter 12),



– leisure-time (Chapter 13.)



– contribution to individual principals (Chapter 14.)



– training in the specific youth home (Chapter 14 a), and



– other provisions (Chapter 15).

Regulation (2015:293).



Definitions



section 2 of the terms and expressions used in the Education Act (2010:800) have

the same meaning when used in this regulation.



In addition, for the purposes of this regulation, with the



– guaranteed teaching time: the minimum total

instructional time for a student in elementary school, vocational programs,

special school or Sámi schools under 10 Cape. section 5, Chapter 11.

section 7, Chapter 12. section 5 of Chapter 13, respectively. section 5 of the Education Act, and



– school days: the days in a year in which education should own

rooms.



Chapter 2. Principals



Approval as a sole principal



§ 1 an application for approval as a sole principal of

preschool, primary or Basic or special

holiday home provided by a skolenhet with any of these

school forms shall be submitted to the State school inspection

by 31 January of the calendar year before the training should

start.



The first subparagraph shall not apply if there are special reasons with

account of pupils ' ability to complete their education.

Regulation (2014:1029).



section 2 When the State school inspection dealing with matters concerning

approval in accordance with § 1, the municipality where the training should

conducted are given the opportunity to comment.



When the municipality gives its opinion should include a

impact assessment to its opinion.



paragraph 3 of the Decision in a case referred to in article 1, first paragraph, of

possible are taken before 1 October of the calendar year before the

the training should begin. A case under section 1, second paragraph

should be examined promptly. Regulation (2014:1029).



4 section When an individual principal has been approved for a training

training should start no later than at the beginning of the academic year

beginning two years after approval. Regulation (2014:1029).



Chapter 3. Learning times



Scope of application



Article 1 the provisions of this chapter apply to primary school,

undergraduate programs, special schools and Sami schools, unless otherwise

specified.



Academic year



section 2 academic year must have at least 178 school days and at least 12 holidays.

In addition to school and leave days may be available within the academic year

a maximum of five study days for staff.



section 3 of the school year to start in August and end in June. The days of

autumn and spring semester's beginning and end is decided by the

the principal.



Organisation of school work



section 4 of the pupils ' schoolwork to be placed Monday-Friday and be

so evenly distributed over these days as possible.



The number of school days a week may be limited to four for one

Group of students in grade 1 or 2, if there are special reasons.



paragraph 5 of the Basic programs and special school principal may decide on

other educational times of a student other than those referred to in paragraphs 2 to 4, if the

There are special reasons, taking into account the student's physical or

mental conditions. Such a decision may include no more than

one academic year.



Before the headmaster makes a decision referred to in the first subparagraph shall

the student and the student's parents/guardians have the opportunity to be heard.

If needed, the headmaster told representatives of student health services

before the decision is made.



The headmaster may not instruct anyone else to make decisions according to

the first paragraph.



Schedule



section 6, for the academic year or for a shorter period of time, there should be a

the teaching schedule.



Chapter 4. Students



Scope of application



Article 1 the provisions of this chapter apply to primary school,

undergraduate programs, special schools and Sami schools, unless otherwise

specified.



Asylum-seeking children and others.



1 a of the children covered by chapter 29. 2 section 1

Education Act (2010:800) should be received as soon as it is convenient with

taking into account their personal circumstances. However, it should be done

at the latest one month after arrival. Regulation (2011:506).



Students from abroad



Elementary school and undergraduate programs



section 2 of the Children considered to be resident abroad with their parents/guardians

have the same right to education in the elementary school or

because programs that children considered to be resident in Sweden, if

parents or one of them are Swedish citizens. The

municipality where the child habitually resides shall be regarded as the child's

municipality of domicile for the purposes of the Education Act (2010:800). The question of the

the reception of such children are tested at the request of the child's

guardian.



A principal may in other cases receive a child not

is considered resident in Sweden as a student in his elementary school.



Special school



section 3 of a child who is not considered to be a resident of Sweden shall be received

in special schools, if there are special reasons.



Such a student is not entitled to State resources have

compensation for journeys between the place where the training is conducted

and domicile abroad.



Promotion



4 section at the end of the school year, each student is moved to the closest

higher grade, unless otherwise decided, with the support of 5-7

§§.



section 5 of the principal may determine that a student should not be moved to the

the next higher grade, if taking into account the student's

development and personal circumstances otherwise is most appropriate

for the pupil. Before the headmaster decides in such matter shall

the student's parents/guardians have the opportunity to be heard.



The headmaster may not instruct anyone else to make decisions according to

the first paragraph.



paragraph 6 of the Principal, at the request of a student's parents/guardians decide

the student must retake a year.



section 7 of the principal may determine that a student should be moved to a higher

grade level than the one that the student already belongs to or normally

belong, if the student has good conditions to participate in the

education in the higher years of the course and the student's parents/guardians

admits it.



Notification in case of absence



section 8 if a student because of illness or for any other reason

Unable to participate in the activities organized to provide the

intended training, obstacle as soon as notified to

at porsön.



The headmaster may decide how the obligation is to be performed.



Chapter 5. Training



Scope of application



Article 1 the provisions of this chapter apply to primary school,

undergraduate programs, special schools and Sami schools, unless otherwise

specified.



Structured teaching



section 2 of the students through structured teaching is given a

continuously and actively teacher support to the extent necessary

to create opportunities for students to reach the

knowledge requirements as a minimum to be achieved and otherwise developed so

far as possible in the context of education.



Special support



General information about special assistance



section 3 of Chapter 3. 7-12 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides

If specific support in primary schools, vocational programs, special school

and the same school.



Study guide on the mother tongue



4 § a student should get the study guide in their native language, if

the students need it.



A student to offer mother tongue and as before the

his arrival in Sweden have been taught in a language other than

the mother tongue may be given study guide on the language instead

for in the mother tongue, if there are special reasons.



Workplace training at custom study time



section 5 For a student in the higher grades, a decision about

custom study time mean that training is partly being outsourced

to a workplace outside at porsön. The student shall have a

supervisor at work and get support from skolenhetens

staff.



Teaching in the preparatory class for newcomers and some

other students



5 a of the Teaching in the preparatory class in accordance with Chapter 3. 12 (f) §

Education Act (2010:800) shall as far as possible in terms of

both premises activities conducted in close proximity to

other teaching. Regulation (2015:578).



Assessment of new arrivals and some other students ' knowledge



5 b of the State alone may provide for a basis

for the assessment of a student's knowledge in accordance with Chapter 3. 12 c §

Education Act (2010:800). Regulation (2015:800).



Outdoor activities



section 6, to the extent that the principal determines it should be organized

outdoor activities under the teacher's guidance.



Mother tongue education



section 7 of the 10 Cape. section 7, Chapter 11. section 10, Chapter 12. section 7 and chapter 13. 7 §

Education Act (2010:800) provides basic rules on

the principal's obligation to offer mother-tongue teaching.

The operator is also required to offer students who are

the adopted child has a mother tongue other than Swedish

mother tongue education, even if the language is not the student's

daily social language at home.



The Rector decides on a pupil's mother tongue.



section 8 mother tongue education may be organised



1. which language selection in primary and special school,



2. student choice,



3. within the framework of the school's choice, or



4. outside the guaranteed teaching time.



§ 9 mother tongue education may not include more than one language

for a student. A Roma student coming from abroad may be

mother tongue tuition is given in two languages, if there are special

reasons.



section 10 of The principal is required to organise mother-tongue teaching

in a language only if



1. at least five pupils to offer mother tongue education in

language are such teaching, and



2. There is a suitable teacher.



First subparagraph of paragraph 1 shall not apply to national minorities ' languages.

According to section 7 of the language Act (2009:600) is the national

minority languages Finnish, jiddisch, meänkieli, romani chib and

Sami.




section 11 if a student is given mother tongue outside the

guaranteed teaching time, the principal shall be obliged to

offer eleven such teaching a total of seven academic years

during the student's school. Pupils should, however, be offered

mother tongue education for longer, if the student has a

particular need for such teaching.



The restriction referred to in the first subparagraph shall not apply to national

minority languages or a Nordic language.



section 12 of a student receiving mother tongue tuition, with the

limitation set forth in section 11 continue to participate in

teaching, even if the language would cease to be

daily social language of the learner.



13 § When mother tongue education in Sami, the curriculum

apply to the subject Sami in the Sami school use.



Swedish as a second language



section 14 of the teaching of Swedish as a second language should, if necessary,

organized for



1. students who have a language other than Swedish as their mother tongue,



2. students who have Swedish as their mother tongue and who have been taken into

from schools abroad, and



3. immigrant students who have Swedish as their main

social language with a guardian.



The Rector decides on the teaching of Swedish as a second language for

one student.



section 15 of the teaching of Swedish as a second language replaces

instruction in Swedish.



Swedish as a second language may in addition organised



1. which language selection in primary and special school,



2. student choice, or



3. within the framework of the school's choice.



5 a Cape. Distance education



General information on distance education



1 § distance education may be organised for pupils in primary school,

undergraduate programs, special schools and Sami schools in the

conditions and within the limits resulting from

2-4 paragraphs.



The provisions of this chapter does not, however, prevent a teacher who

is present in the classroom, as part of their teaching

of the students, take the help of another teacher who teach with

the use of information and communication technologies and are

separate from the students in the room but not in time.

Regulation (2015:293).



section 2 of the distance education may be organised in



1. modern languages,



2. mother tongue



3. Sami in the Sami school, and



4. sign language.



Distance education may also be used to give students

study guide on mother tongue and integrated Sami

teaching in primary schools. Regulation (2015:293).



Conditions for distance education



section 3 distance education may be conducted only if



1. There is no teachers which complies with the requirements of 2

Cape. paragraph 13 of the Education Act (2010:800) or, in the case of

study guide on mother tongue and integrated Sami

teaching, other appropriate person available within a

principal skolenhet, or



2. student base is insufficient.

Regulation (2015:293).



Supervisor



4 § In distance education, there shall be a supervisor

present in the local where the students find themselves.

Regulation (2015:293).



Agreements with State



paragraph 5 of the agreement with the State of data relating to distance education

may only be concluded for the teaching of sign language, Sami

or integrated Sami education in comprehensive schools.

Regulation (2015:293).



Chapter 6. Score



Scope of application



Article 1 the provisions of this chapter apply to primary school,

undergraduate programs, special schools and Sami schools, unless otherwise

specified. Regulation (2011:506).



Decision on the grade



section 2 of the 3 – 6 paragraphs are complementary provisions to Chapter 3.

section 16 of the Education Act (2010:800) about who should decide on the score.

Regulation (2011:506).



section 3 If more than one teacher conducts instruction at the

time that the score should be set and only one or some of the

These are legitimized, the grade is decided by the

qualified teachers. Regulation (2011:506).



section 4 If a score is dependent on two or more registered

teachers ' assessment and these cannot agree, the grade

decided by the of these teachers have the authority

to teach the topic rating concerns.



If a score is dependent on the assessment of two or more

qualified teachers who are competent to teach in the subject

that the grade and these teachers are unable to agree, the grade

decided by the headmaster.



If a score is dependent on the assessment of two or more

qualified teachers who are not qualified to teach in the

topic rating concerns and these cannot agree, the grade

decided by the headmaster. Regulation (2014:857).



paragraph 5 of the provisions of Chapter 3. 16 section Education Act

(2010:800) as well as 3 and 4 sections in this chapter do not apply to

teachers who lack identification and be employed without

time limit for pursuing teaching



1. in the native language, or



2. as described in Chapter 2. section 17 of the Education Act.



The first subparagraph shall apply only in cases where the teacher is engaged in such

instruction referred to in paragraph 1 or 2.

Regulation (2012:498).



section 6, If more than one teacher conducts such teaching referred to

in paragraph 5, at the time the score should be set, and these cannot be

agree, will be the grade determined by the principal. Regulation (2011:506).



Grading



Knowledge requirements



section 7 of the knowledge requirements should exist for grades A-E.



Requirements for the grades A, C and E shall specify the skills

required for each score. The knowledge requirement for grade D

means that the requirements for E and predominantly for the C's

met. The requirement for a grade B means that the requirements for C

and the vast majority of (A) are met.

Regulation (2011:506).



Rating in independent schools with waldorfpedagogisk focus



section 8 of the stand-alone primary schools and basic särskolor with

waldorfpedagogisk orientation to score settled when a subject has

been completed and final grades are issued according to the provisions

applies to the current school form.



In such independent schools don't need to score to be put before a

topic has been completed or the forward score awarded.

Regulation (2011:506).



Grades



General information about courses and grades



Under section 9 of Chapter 3. section 18 of the Education Act (2010:800), the score is issued

writing. In the 10-16 sections in this chapter are additional

regulations on grading directory and on the issue of

grades. Regulation (2011:506).



Examination directory



paragraph 10 of the decision on the grade shall be documented in an examination directory.



With the decision on the grade refers to the decision to



1. put the score, and



2. do not put the score as a basis for the assessment of a student's

knowledge is lacking because of the student's absence.



It will show if a score has been set before or after the

that a subject has been completed.



The head teacher is responsible for grading the catalog sales.

Regulation (2011:506).



Futures score



section 11 of the semester grade will be issued at the end of the



1. each semester in grades 6 to 8 in primary school and in

where appropriate, in the Basic programs, grades 7-9 in

special school and 6th grade in the same school, and



2. fall semester of 9th grade in primary school and,

case of the Basic programs and grade 10 in special school.



Futures score should not be issued if the student should obtain a final grade

According to section 14. Regulation (2011:506).



section 12 of the semester grade shall include information on the latest

the decision on the student's grades in every subject. It must be indicated on the

the topic has been completed.



Semester grade shall, where appropriate, indicate the

the extent of absence that the student has had no valid

reasons during semester. Regulation (2011:506).



The principal shall issue the certificate of departure.



section 13 of the principal shall issue the term grade. Regulation (2011:506).



Final grades



section 14 For a pupil who has compulsory education leaving certificate shall be issued when

leaving age. Such a student who subsequently have completed

the maximum annual rate are entitled to receive a new diploma.



For a student who does not have compulsory education leaving certificate shall be issued when

the student has completed the highest annual rate.

Regulation (2011:506).



section 15 of the final mark shall contain the highest grade

that the student completed and if the recent decisions concerning the student's

grades. Score set before a substance is completed, do not

be included in the final grade. Regulation (2011:506).



section 16 of the principal shall issue the certificate. The headmaster may not bring up

for someone else to issue a final grade. Regulation (2011:506).



A retirement certificate



section 17 A departure certificate shall be issued



1. If a student leaves from the education of a principal without

school-leaving certificate is issued, or



2. when a student in the same school leave from training before

the student has passed the 6th grade.



The certificate shall state the



1. the year in which the student stopped,



2. time of departure,



3. the subjects in which the student is taught,



4. where applicable, recent score of substances, and



5. number of hours teaching time as student offered.



The principal shall issue the certificate of departure. Regulation (2011:506).



18 § A departure certificate should be sent to the student's parent/guardian.

If it is known where the pupils will continue their education,

the certificate is also sent to the principal of the training.

Regulation (2011:506).



Common provision



Article 19 if the score has not been under 10 Cape. section 18 or

12 Cape. section 18 of the Education Act (2010:800), this must be marked with a

horizontal line in the document under this chapter.

Regulation (2011:506).



Score after trial



section 20 of the 10 Cape. section 23 and 12. section 23 of the Education Act (2010:800)

provides for redress for certificates from comprehensive school and

special school. Regulation (2011:506).



paragraph 21 of The final grade that has already been examined in a

or more substances are entitled to get a new diploma.

Regulation (2011:506).



section 22 of the Rector will issue grades after review. If the trial

the whole education, the headmaster did not instruct anyone

Annan to issue a final grade. Regulation (2011:506).



Authorization



section 23 of the State's school may announce further provisions concerning


the design of the grading, final grades and semester grades,

score after review. Regulation (2011:506).



Chapter 7. For school



Curriculum



§ 1 For the preschool applies a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the first

subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 1998:16) about curriculum

for preschool.



Chapter 8. Pre-school class



Curriculum



§ 1 for the pre-school class applies a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:37) about curriculum

for primary school, pre-school class and the leisure-time. For

preschool organised by a skolenhet with special school

or Sámi schools exist, however, the curriculum of the Regulation (SKOLFS

2010:250) on the curriculum for special schools as well as for

pre-school class and the leisure-in some cases, the respective

Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:251) on the curriculum for the Sami school and

for the pre-school class and the leisure-time in some cases.



Chapter 9. Elementary school



Education content and scope



Curriculum and skill requirements



section 1 Of the elementary school is for a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:37) about curriculum

for primary school, pre-school class and the leisure-time. By paragraph 3 of

the same regulation states that the curriculum for primary school subjects

included in the curriculum and syllabuses supplemented by

knowledge requirements.



2 §/expires U: 2016-07-01/

Knowledge requirements should be provided for



– Mathematics, Swedish and Swedish as a second language as well as the common

for Civics and science

in grade 3,



– all subjects except foreign language in grade 6, and



– all subjects in grade 9.



Knowledge requirements in grades 3 and 6 sets the minimum acceptable

the skill level of a pupil at the end of the year.

Knowledge requirements in grade 9 specifies the level of knowledge required

for a certain grade when a topic close.



2 section/entry into force: 07/01/2016

Knowledge requirements should be provided for



– reading comprehension in grades 1 – mathematics, Swedish and Swedish as a second language, and a common feature of social studies and science in grade 3, all subjects except foreign language in grade 6, and – all subjects in grade 9.



Knowledge requirements in year 1 and 3 specifies the minimum acceptable skill level of a pupil at the end of the year.

Knowledge requirements in grade 6 specifies the level of knowledge required for a particular score when ratings are set for the last time before the end of year 6. Knowledge requirements in grade 9 indicates the level of knowledge required for a particular score when a topic close. Regulation (2016:336).



Teaching time



section 3 of the annex 1 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

distribution of the guaranteed teaching time (schedule).



The principal may determine additional teaching time beyond

the guaranteed teaching time.



section 4 of the principal decides after the proposal of the Rector of

distribution among grades of teaching time.



4 a of A newly arrived student or another student whose knowledge

assessed in Chapter 3. 12 c § Education Act (2010:800) may be more

instruction in Swedish or Swedish as a second language than other

students in the same grade of principal by a redistribution

of the teaching time principal decided according to paragraph 4 of the

(priority schedule).



A decision on the priority schedule may be made if necessary

to the student as soon as possible to benefit from

to the teaching in the teaching group as a student

normally belongs to. A student may be prioritized curriculum

for a maximum of one year and the student may not be given during this time

less education than other students in the same overall grade

of the principal.



The Rector decides on the prioritized curriculum.

Regulation (2015:578).



Language selection



§ 5 Under 10 Cape. section 4 of the Education Act (2010:800), there shall be

language selection.



The principal, as language choice offer at least two of the languages

French, Spanish and German.



The principal shall strive, in addition, offer other languages

that language choice.



6 § A student instead of a language offered under

§ 5 choose one of the following languages as language choice:



1. the language learner must be offered instruction in the mother tongue,



2. Swedish or Swedish as a second language subject

the student in General, teaching in Swedish or Swedish

as a second language,



3. English, or



4. sign language.



section 7 of the principal is not obliged to organise teaching in a

language offered as language choice according to § 5, second subparagraph

or section 6, if fewer than five students choose the language. This applies to

unless the language referred to in paragraph 6 of 1 is a national

minority languages.



Student choice



section 8 of the 10 Cape. section 4 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

Student choice.



The principal shall offer students a comprehensive range of topics

as student choice. That student choice, a language learner not

previously a teaching (Elementary language) offered.

The operator is not obliged to organise teaching in a

Beginner's language offered as student choice of fewer than five

students choose the language.



School choice



§ 9 in the hourly plan identifies a number of hours that may be used for

the school's election. The space for the school's choice to use for

teaching in one or more subjects.



The Rector decides on how the space for the school's choice to use.

The headmaster may not instruct anyone else to take such

decision.



section 10 Of Chapter 10. section 4 of the Education Act (2010:800), it can be shown that the school

the election also may include teaching in a local options

the school's election, on the State's school has approved a plan for

teaching.



Skolverket, on application, approve the plan if the



1. content and its approach differs from the

the primary school curricula,



2. complies with regulations on how education in

primary school should be designed, its purpose and its value base

and mission, and



3. have acceptable educational quality.



Common provision on student choice and school choice



section 11 of the teaching of a subject within the student's choice or school

choice, to their content and their approach be consistent

with the syllabus and the knowledge requirements.



Bilingual teaching



Teaching on pupils ' social language



section 12 For students who have a language other than Swedish as daily

language of access with one or both parents, parts of

teaching in grades 1-6 are organized in this language. For

pupils with Finnish as language rights, such teaching

are also organized in grades 7-9.



A principal organiser of education referred to in the first subparagraph

shall notify to the State school inspection.



Under section 13, the total time that the student receive bilingual

teaching according to section 12, no more than half of the teaching

be given on social language. Teaching should be planned so that

the teaching of Swedish gradually increases.



English-language teaching



section 14 of the main part of the teaching, organized in English for

students residing in Sweden for a limited period of time and have

sufficient knowledge of English to be able to participate in

teaching.



Derogation may be made from the hourly plan in Swedish and

English. The number of hours in Swedish, however, must not be less than

480.



section 15 If there is no space for all applicants to

English teaching according to section 14, it shall primarily

be given to the



1. children of foreign guest researchers and experts, and



2. children who previously attended an English speaking school.



section 16 For such students referred to in section 14, Primary Years

Programme and Middle Years Programme applied in the

the elementary school.



A principal of education which has been authorised by

International Baccalaureate Office (IBO) may issue rating

or written reviews in accordance with regulations issued by

IBO to those students who move abroad during school time.



section 17 a principal organiser of teaching under 14 or

section 16 shall notify to the State school inspection.



section 18 of the State's school inspection may, on application, may order that a

the settlor may organize parts of the teaching in English for

other students than those referred to in section 14, if the



1. the content of teaching and the design ensures that the

students gain sufficient knowledge to reach in Swedish

knowledge requirements in all subjects,



2. the teachers that teach in English meets the requirements

According to Chapter 2. section 13 or 17 paragraph 1 the Education Act

(2010:800), and



3. education is of good quality.



The decision refers to a certain skolenhet. The decision may be revoked

If the conditions referred to in the first subparagraph is no longer

met.



According to section 6 of the language Act (2009:600) have the General

a particular responsibility to the Swede used and developed.

Regulation (2014:457).



Under section 19 of the total amount of time that a student receives English-language

teaching according to section 18, no more than half of the teaching

are given in English.



/Rubriken entry into force: 07/01/2016

Assessment support



19 a section/entry into force: 07/01/2016

A principal is required to make use of assessment support in grade 1 in Swedish, Swedish as a second language and mathematics.



Statens skolverk may announce further provisions concerning the assessment of support in year 1. Regulation (2016:336).



National subject test



section 20 of the National subject samples should be used in the subjects and grades set out in section 21 to assess students ' skills in relation to the knowledge requirements and, in grades 6 and 9, even as support for grading.



When national subject sample is used, students participate in all parts of the trial. The headmaster may decide that a student does not have to


participate in a national subject test or in any or any part of such a test, if there are special reasons.

Regulation (2016:9).



section 21 of the subject test should be used in



1. mathematics and Swedish or Swedish as a second language in

grade 3, 6 and 9,



2. English in grades 6 and 9,



3. geography, history, religious education, or social studies

in grade 9, and



4. Biology, physics or chemistry in grade 9.



Statens skolverk shall distribute the subject test referred to in the first

paragraph 3 and 4 so that each student will participate in the test in only

a social science subject and an

Science subject and the number of test participants so far

as possible will be equal for each subject test.

Regulation (2015:142).



21 (a) repealed by Regulation (2016:9).



section 22 Subject tests shall be carried out at the end of the year.



Statens skolverk may provide for that subject test in

grades 6 and 9 may be carried out at a different time.



The National Agency for education shall notify the subject test.

Regulation (2011:1180).



Education without the time plan



Consent



section 23 of the State's school inspection may, on application, may order that a

the principal may conduct education in the elementary school without

applying tim plan



1. the principal has acceptable educational or

organizational reasons for pursuing such training, and



2. pupils should be given opportunities to meet the knowledge requirements as

at least to be achieved in all subjects and otherwise developed so

far as possible in accordance with educational goals.



The consent must relate to one or more specific school units.

The consent may be subject to conditions.



Withdrawal of consent



section 24 of the State's school inspectorate may revoke a decision

consent to conduct education in the elementary school without

apply the h plan, if



1. the conditions for consent under section 23 will no longer

are met, or



2. the principal does not comply with the conditions of the consent are aligned

with.



Skill test



section 25 a principal organiser of education that require

students have special skills in art, physical education and health,

music or crafts, from year 7 use

skill test



1. conditions for admission to a specific skolenhet or

student group,



2. basis for selection to a specific skolenhet or student group

There are more applicants than places, and



3. conditions for continuing education at a certain skolenhet or

student group.



section 26 of the State's school inspection may, on application, may order that a

the principal may use skill tests from grade 4 in

the cases referred to in section 25, if there are special reasons with

into account the course content and focus.



The decision to refer to a specific skolenhet or student group.



27 § When the skill test is used as the basis for the selection of a

some skolenhet, no other selection criteria apply.



Integrated Sami education in primary school



section 28 in Chapter 12. 13 and 14 § § provides for integrated

Sami teaching of Sami pupils in primary school.



10 Cape. Undergraduate programs



Education content and scope



Curriculum



Article 1 Of the basic allowance up to terms of a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:255) on the curriculum

for undergraduate programs. By paragraph 2 of the same regulation states that

Statens skolverk may provide for curricula and

knowledge requirements for undergraduate programs.



Tim plans



section 2 of the Regulations on the allocation of the guaranteed

teaching time on topics and subject areas (HR plans) is

in annex 1.



The principal may determine additional teaching time beyond

the guaranteed teaching time.



section 3 of the principal decides after the proposal of the Rector of

distribution among grades of teaching time.



4 section For students who receive instruction in a combination of substances

and subject areas, the principal decide on derogations from the

Tim plans to the extent necessary.



For other pupils, the head teacher decide on derogations from the

Tim plans to the extent necessary to adapt

teaching to the students ' specific conditions and

needs.



In Chapter 3. section 12, Chapter 7. Article 9 of the Education Act (2010:800), see

provisions concerning deviations from the hourly plan custom

study time and at integrated teaching. Decision on

educational times according to Chapter 3. paragraph 5 of this Regulation may also

result in deviations from tim plans.



The headmaster may not instruct anyone else to make decisions according to

the first or second paragraph.



Student choice



section 5 of Chapter 11. section 6 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

Student choice.



The principal shall offer students a comprehensive range of topics

as student's choice.



section 6 of the Pupils who cannot absorb all or part of the

training in subjects such as student choice be offered to all

disciplines and practical working life orientation. In such cases

the provisions on substances in 5 and 9, §§ instead apply

subject areas.



School choice



section 7 of the HR plan for students who receive instruction in the subjects listed

a certain number of hours that may be used for the school's choice.

The space for the school's choice to use for teaching in a

or several substances, and for practical working life orientation.



§ 8 the headmaster decides how the space for the school's choice to

be used. The number of hours for each subject in the hourly plan may not

reduced in disproportionately large numbers.



Common provision on student choice and school choice



§ 9 instruction in a subject within the student's choice or school choice

going to their content and their approach be consistent with

curriculum and with knowledge requirements.



Distribution bar life in training school



section 10 of The allocation only time in hour plan for students who receive

teaching in the subject areas to be divided, on the one hand, to subject areas

with respect to the student's needs, both on the practical

working life orientation. The allocation only time will also

be used for teaching in the mother tongue or Swedish as

a second language.



The headmaster decides how the allocation only time will be used.



/Rubriken entry into force: 01/01/2017

Assessment support



11 §/entry into force: 01/01/2017

A principal is required to make use of assessment support in grade 1 in Swedish, Swedish as a second language and mathematics.



Statens skolverk may announce further provisions concerning the assessment of support in year 1. Regulation (2016:336).



11 kap. Special school



Education content and scope



Curriculum



section 1 applies For a special school curriculum according to Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:250) on the curriculum

for special school and pre-school class and the leisure-in

some cases. In the same regulation lays down rules on the

curricula and skill requirements for special school.



In Chapter 12. the second subparagraph of paragraph 8 of the Education Act (2010:800), see

provisions on the application of the specially designed for undergraduate curriculum

students with intellectual disabilities in special school. For such

students do not apply 10 – 12 sections.



Teaching time



section 2 of the Regulations on the allocation of the guaranteed

teaching time (schedule) can be found in annex 2.



Special needs education may provide

If the distribution of the guaranteed teaching time for

students who read the topic Swedish instead of topic

sign language according to Chapter 12. section 4, second subparagraph, the Education Act

(2010:800). Regulation (2014:457).



section 3 When the specially applied basic curriculum for pupils with

retardation in lieu of the provisions

referred to in paragraph 2 of the first or second paragraph that teaching time

to be distributed due to the specially designed topics or subject areas,

Student choice and, where appropriate, sign language and school

choice. In such cases, the provisions of Chapter 10. 5-10 sections

apply instead of sections 4 to 9. For students with

mental retardation, derogations may be made from the hourly plan.



Language selection



According to paragraph 4 of Chapter 12. section 4 of the Education Act (2010:800), there shall be

language selection.



The principal shall offer at least two of the languages French, German

and Spanish as a language choice.



The principal shall strive, in addition, offer other languages

that language choice.



5 § the learner, rather than a language referred to in paragraph 4 that

language choose one of the following languages:



1. the language learner must be offered instruction in the mother tongue,



2. Swedish or Swedish as a second language subject

the student in General, teaching in Swedish or Swedish

as a second language,



3. English, or



4. sign language.



paragraph 6 of the principal is not obliged to organise teaching in a

language offered as language selection under paragraph 4, second subparagraph

or § 5 If fewer than three students at at porsön, select

the language. However, this does not apply if the language referred to in paragraph 1

is a national minority languages.



Student choice



section 7 of the 12 Cape. section 4 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

Student choice.



The principal shall offer students a comprehensive range of topics

as student choice. That student choice, a language learner not

previously a teaching (Elementary language) offered.

The operator is not obliged to organise teaching in a

Beginner's language offered as student choice if fewer than three

students at at porsön, select language.



School choice



section 8 of the HR plan sets out a number of hours that may be used for

the school's election. The space for the school's choice to use for

teaching in one or more subjects. School choice may also

cover



1. actions intended to compensate the students

disability and other special initiatives, and



2. practical working life orientation.



Common provision on student choice and school choice



§ 9 instruction in a subject within the student's choice or school choice


going to their content and their approach be consistent with

curriculum and with knowledge requirements.



/Entry into force: 2016-09-01/

Assessment support



9 a §/comes into force in: 2016-09-01/

A principal is required to make use of assessment support in grade 1 in Swedish, Swedish as a second language and mathematics.



Statens skolverk may announce further provisions concerning the assessment of support in year 1. Regulation (2016:336).



National subject test



10 § National subject samples should be used in the subjects and grades set out in section 11 to assess students ' skills in relation to the knowledge requirements and, in grade 7 and 10, even as support for grading.



When national subject sample is used, students participate in all parts of the trial. The headmaster may decide that a student does not have to participate in a national subject test or in any or any part of such a test, if there are special reasons.

Regulation (2016:9).



section 11 of the subject test should be used in



1. mathematics and Swedish or Swedish as a second language in

grades 4, 7 and 10,



2. English in grade 7 and 10, and



3. geography, history, religious education, or social studies

in grade 10, and



4. Biology, physics or chemistry in 10th grade.



Statens skolverk shall distribute the subject test referred to in the first

paragraph 3 and 4 so that each student will participate in the test in only

a social science subject and an

Science subject. Regulation (2015:142).



11 (a) repealed by Regulation (2016:9).



section 12 Subject test to be conducted at the end of the year.



Statens skolverk may provide for that subject test in

grade 7 and 10 shall be carried out at a different time.



The National Agency for education shall notify the subject test.

Regulation (2011:1180).



Interoperability with other principals



paragraph 13 of the special needs education shall establish and

maintain contact with students ' home communities.



Special needs education, if it is appropriate for

to promote a transition to education in the municipality of residence, at the

the end of each academic year, inform students ' home communes if

students ' development of knowledge.



section 14 if a student should go over to elementary school or

the basic allowance up or received on a trial basis in elementary school or

undergraduate programs according to Chapter 7. section 8 of the Education Act (2010:800),

Special needs education and the principal that is to be

against eleven common plan over time. The student and the student's

parents/guardians should be given the opportunity to participate in the planning.



12 Cape. Same school



Education content and scope



Curriculum



section 1 Of the Sami school applies a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:251) about curriculum

for the same school and pre-school class and the leisure-in some

case. In the same regulation lays down rules on the curricula and

knowledge requirements for the Sami school.



The time plan



section 2 of the Regulations on the allocation of the guaranteed

teaching time (schedule) is given in annex 3.



section 3 of the principal decides after the proposal of the Rector of

distribution among grades of teaching time.



Sami teaching



section 4 of the Instruction should be given in Swedish and Sami.



§ 5 the subject Sami language should be found in all grades.



section 6 of the students received in the same school because of

specific grounds under Chapter 7. the second sentence of the first subparagraph of paragraph 7

Education Act (2010:800) receive education in Sami and

the teaching of the subject Sami language be replaced by other

teaching.



Student choice



section 7 of Chapter 13. section 4 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

Student choice.



The principal shall offer students a comprehensive range of topics

as student choice. That student choice, a language learner not

previously a teaching (Elementary language) offered.



School choice



§ 8 the space for the school's choice, with the limitations

mentioned in tim plan be used for instruction in one or more

topics.



The Rector decides on how the space for the school's choice to use.



Common provision on student choice and school choice



§ 9 instruction in a subject within the student's choice or school choice

going to their content and their approach be consistent with

curriculum and with knowledge requirements.



/Rubriken entry into force: 07/01/2016

Assessment support



9 a §/entry into force: 07/01/2016

A principal is required to make use of assessment support in grade 1 in Swedish, Swedish as a second language and mathematics.



Statens skolverk may announce further provisions concerning the assessment of support in year 1. Regulation (2016:336).



National subject test



10 § National subject samples should be used in the subjects and grades set out in section 11 to assess students ' skills in relation to the knowledge requirements and, in grade 6, even as support for grading.



When national subject sample is used, students participate in all parts of the trial. The headmaster may decide that a student does not have to participate in a national subject test or in any or any part of such a test, if there are special reasons.

Regulation (2016:9).



section 11 of the subject test should be used in



1. mathematics and Swedish or Swedish as a second language in

grades 3 and 6, and



2. English in grade 6.

Regulation (2015:142).



11 (a) repealed by Regulation (2016:9).



section 12 Subject test to be conducted at the end of the year.



Statens skolverk may provide for that subject test in

grade 6 may be carried out at a different time.



The National Agency for education shall notify the subject test.

Regulation (2011:1180).



Integrated Sami education in primary school



section 13, A principal of the primary school may organize Sami

teaching of Sami pupils in their primary, if

the principal and the Sami school board included agreement on it.



Sami teaching means teaching Sami element

and the teaching of the Sami language in addition to the teaching that

organized as mother tongue instruction in Sami.



section 14 of the programme for the Sami students to integrate with

equivalent education for other pupils in primary school.



The Sami education may take place in time outside of the

guaranteed teaching time.



Chapter 13. Leisure Home



1 § leisure-applies a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800). The curriculum is available in

Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:37) on the curriculum for primary education,

pre-school class and the leisure-time except in the cases specified in

second paragraph.



For holiday home provided by a skolenhet with special school

or Sámi schools exist curriculum in Regulation (SKOLFS

2010:250) on the curriculum for special schools as well as for

pre-school class and the leisure-in some cases, the respective

Regulation (SKOLFS 2010:251) on the curriculum for the Sami school and

for the pre-school class and the leisure-time in some cases.



Chapter 14. Contributions to individual principals



Determination of contribution per calendar year



§ 1 a contribution to individual principals for preschool,

preschool, elementary school, vocational, and special leisure and

daycare available instead of school or

holiday home should be fixed per calendar year.



The contribution shall be based on the home of the municipal budget

following financial year and shall be decided before the calendar year.

For children and students who start in education or other

educational activities during the calendar year, the municipality of residence

decide the contribution immediately.



For students who begin training in August, contributions under

Chapter 9. section 19, Chapter 10. section 37, Chapter 11. 36 section and chapter 14. section 15

Education Act (2010:800) relate to the period from 1 July

year.



Changes during the current financial year



section 2 If additional resources are provided to the home municipality's activities

during the financial year, the corresponding supplements are given to the

individual principals.



If the home municipality is reduced the compensation to their corresponding

activities, contributions to individual principals may be reduced in

Accordingly, the remaining payments under the

financial year are put down.



Fees



§ 3 When a municipality decides on contributions to individual principal

for school, daycare, or other educational activities,

It should be taken into account if the fees charged by the municipality and of the individual

the principal.



Basic amount



General basic amount



4 section in Chapter 9. section 20, 10. 38 section and Chapter 11. 37 § Education Act

(2010:800) describes the cost elements to be included in the

the basic amount of the refund to an individual principal

preschool, primary or basic special. For the purposes

by these provisions, compensation for



1. teaching shall relate to the cost of the school principal and other

employees with managerial, teaching staff,

support measures for students, job orientation,

training of staff and related costs,



2. learn tools refer to the costs of textbooks, literature,

computers, machines that are used in teaching, school libraries,

study visits and similar expenses,



3. student health cover costs for such student health services relating to

medical, psychological, or psychosocial interventions,



4. meals refer to expenses for food, staff,

transport and related administration and

similar expenses,



5. administration relate to administrative costs to be

estimated at 3% of the basic amount,



6. VAT refer to a lump sum amounting to six

percent of the total amount (basic amount and in

where appropriate, the additional amount), and



7. local costs refer to the costs of rent, operating expenses,

equipment which is not educational, capital costs in the form of

interest on loans and the like, but not the costs of amortization.



paragraph 5 in Chapter 8. section 22, chapter 14. section 16 and 25. section 12 of the Education Act

(2010:800) describes the cost elements to be included in the


the basic amount of the refund to an individual principal

for school, leisure home or daycare available in

rather than preschool or daycare. For the purposes of

These provisions, compensation for



1. caring and educational activities relate to costs for the

preschool Director or other employees with managerial,

staff in educational activities and the care,

measures to support children or students, professional development of

the staff and related costs,



2. educational materials and equipment cover costs of play-

and learning products, machines that are used in business,

study visits and similar expenses, and



3. administration relate to administrative costs to be

estimated at 3% of the basic amount for nursery and

recreation centers and one per cent of the basic amount of educational

care.



For other types of costs, 4 § 4 and 6 to 7 apply to

the corresponding way.



Especially if the compensation for local costs



section 6 of the compensation for local costs under section 4 of the 7 must correspond to

Home of the municipality's average local cost per child or student in

the corresponding activities.



If there are special reasons, compensation for

local costs rather than a maximum equivalent to the individual

principal's actual costs if these are reasonable. At

skälighetsprövningen, interest in education or

other educational activities with a single principal can be established

be taken into account.



Especially if the reimbursement of capital costs



section 7 of the Home municipality's normal depreciation principles shall apply

in the calculation of the costs of purchase.



Additional amount



section 8 With additional amounts in accordance with Chapter 8. section 23, Chapter 9. section 21,

10 Cape. section 39, Chapter 11. 38 section and chapter 14. section 17 of the Education Act

(2010:800) means compensation for Assistant help, customizing

premises or other extraordinary support measures that do not have

affiliation with mainstream education. With

the additional amount referred to in Chapter 10. 39 section and Chapter 11. 38 § Education Act

It also means compensation for mother tongue education for students

to give such instruction. Regulation (2013:249).



Especially if a replacement for mother tongue education



section 9 If a municipality offers mother tongue education in own

preschool, the municipality of leave corresponding contribution to

such activities in independent preschool.



Account of how the contribution has been calculated



section 10 a commune making contributions for a student in a stand-alone

school or for a child in a self-contained preschool or in

other educational activities with an individual principal will

the individual principal be able to account for how the refund is

calculated.



The report shall state the amounts of local costs,

Administration and value added tax. Unless there are special

reasons to report also include amounts for other

cost type.



Statens skolverk may provide for such

accounting.



Payment of contributions



section 11 Of the individual principal and the municipality will not

agree otherwise, the benefits are paid with one-twelfth

each month.



Authorisation for information on upcoming activities



section 12 of the State's school may provide for the obligation

for a single principal of elementary and basic special to

Please provide information on upcoming activities.



14 a Cape. Training on special youth home



Introductory rules



section 1 in Chapter 24. section 8 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides for

education for children below school age residing in such a home

referred to in section 12 of the Act (1990:52) with special provisions

If the care of young people (particularly youth).



For such training, the relevant provisions of this

Regulation shall apply with the necessary deviations as follows

of the child to spend time in such a home. Regulation (2015:293).



The main man



section 2 of the principal for a special youth should fulfil the

data concerning education at home that would otherwise

the principal of the school in the school system that

the education is equivalent to have. Regulation (2015:293).



Conditions for distance education at the Special

youth home



section 3 distance education may be organised for pupils who reside in the

a special youth home in all subjects in elementary school,

undergraduate programs and special school except Swedish, Swedish as

a second language, English and mathematics. Distance education may

also be used to give students study guide on

the mother tongue.



Distance education referred to in the first subparagraph may be carried out only

If



1. There is no teachers available at home as

complies with the requirements of Chapter 2. paragraph 13 of the Education Act (2010:800)

or, in the case of the study guide in the mother tongue and

integrated Sami instruction, another suitable person, or



2. student base is insufficient.



In distance education, there shall be a supervisor in attendance

in the space where the students find themselves. Regulation (2015:293).



Authorization



section 4 of the State's school may, after obtaining feedback

from the Swedish National Board of institutional care, provide for

the enforcement of this chapter. Regulation (2015:293).



15. Other provisions



Appeal a ban



paragraph 1 of the Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.



In Chapter 10. Local Government Act (1991:900) provides for

legality.



Electronic transmission of applications



section 2 an application shall be made to the State's school inspection or

Statens skolverk pursuant to this Regulation may be transmitted

electronically.



Authorization



section 3 of the State's school inspection and the State alone, with

respect of applications the Agency shall examine under this

regulation provide for the transmission of a

electronic filing and electronic signature, and the

additional regulations that are needed for the application process.



Transitional provisions



2011:185



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 15 april 2011 and shall

applied to education from 1 July 2011, if not

subject to the transitional provisions.



2. The regulation repeals



– primary Regulation (1994:1194),



– sames carbon Regulation (1995:205),



– Special Regulation (1995:206)



– specialskoleförordningen (1995:401),



– Ordinance (1996:1206) of independent schools and certain

individual activities within the school grounds, and



– Ordinance (2010:803) on the State school inspection testing

in some cases, by training with individual principal.



3. The repealed regulations shall continue to apply to

education to the end of June 2011.



4. For students in grade 9 in primary school with public trust

to Chapter 7. 3, 4 and 6 to 9 of the primary Ordinance (1994:1194)

shall continue to apply for the academic year 2011/12.



5. For students in grade 9 because special with public

head to Chapter 7. section 3, paragraph 4(1) and 5-6 sections

Special Regulation (1995:206) shall continue to apply for

academic year 2011/12.



6. For students in grade 9 in independent schools and

stand-alone basis särskolor, 1 a Cape. section 7 of the regulation

(1996:1206) of independent schools and some individual activities

within school grounds shall continue to apply for the academic year 2011/12.



7. For students in grade 10 in special school, Chapter 8. 3 – 9 § §

specialskoleförordningen (1995:401) shall continue to apply for

academic year 2011/12. The curricula used for these students

According to Chapter 3. 2-4 §§ specialskoleförordningen to continue

to apply for the academic year 2011/12.



8. A municipality as at end June 2011 participates in

experimentation under the Regulation (1999:903) if

experimentation with training without curriculum in elementary school

may continue to conduct education in the elementary school without

apply the h plan in annex 1 of the Education Act (2010:800) in the

extent permitted by the decision on participation in the

the experiment.



9. A principal for a standalone primary school as at the end

by June 2011 conducts training with an allocation of

teaching time that deviate from the hourly plan in annex III to

the Education Act (1985:1100) may continue to conduct training in

elementary school without applying the hourly plan in annex 1 to

Education Act (2010:800).



10. A principal who, with the support of 8 or 9 conducts training

in the elementary school without applying the hourly plan in annex 1 to

Education Act (2010:800) shall notify to the State

school inspection before the end of 2011. If there is a

conditions for withdrawal pursuant to Chapter 9. section 24 may

School Inspectorate decide to head man of a given

time to apply the hourly plan.



11. A municipality which organises at the end of June 2011

English teaching under the Regulation (2003:459) if

experimentation with teaching in English language

primary school may continue to carry on English-language

teaching in the same scope. The same applies to an individual

principal of the primary school as at end June 2011 organizes

parts of the teaching in English in the corresponding extent.

If the conditions laid down in Chapter 9. section 18 the first paragraph is not

fulfilled, the State school inspection, decide that the principal

must not continue to organize such teaching.



2011:506



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2011 in the case of

Chapter 4. 1 a of and annex 1, december 1, 2013 in respect of

Chapter 6. 2-6 sections and 1 July 2012.

Regulation (2012:498).



2. A teachers referred to in paragraph 33 (2010:801)

on the introduction of the Education Act (2010:800) shall for the purposes of

Chapter 6. 3 and 4 of this regulation, be treated as equivalent to a

certified teachers qualified to teach the subject

as a rating for. The same applies to a teacher referred to in

paragraph 20 of the transitional provisions of the regulation


(2011:326) for permission and identification of teachers and

preschool teacher. Regulation (2013:827).



2011:1180



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2012 and

apply for the first time the school year 2013/14.



2. Older rules still apply for the academic year 2012/13.



2013:249



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on July 1, 2013.



2. Annexes 1 to 3 of its new wording applied first time.

autumn 2013 for students entering grade 1 in

undergraduate programs, special schools and Sami schools.



3. For students in undergraduate programs as autumn 2013 begins

grades 2 and 3, the instructional time in math

be at least 925 965 hours and hours. This applies to

no students in the training school.



4. For pupils in special schools as autumn 2013 begins

grades 2, 3 and 4, the teaching time in mathematics

be at least 1 130 hours, 1 100 hours and 1 070

hours.



5. For pupils in the same school as autumn 2013 begins

grades 2 and 3, the instructional time in math

be at least 740 hours and 700 hours.



6. Annexes 1 to 3 of its older version are still valid for

students that autumn 2013 start 4th grade or a

higher grade level in basic allowance up or same school or grade

5 or a higher grade in the special school.



2014:96



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 april 2014.



2. The new provisions apply for the first time to test

carried out after 30 June 2014.



2016:336



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 september 2016 in relation to Chapter 11. 9 a §, 1 January 2017, in respect of 10 Cape. section 11 and 1 July 2016.



Annex 1



Tim plans for undergraduate programs



Curriculum for students who study topics



Teaching time in hours for the substances and groups of substances, and

total



Topics



Bild     225



Home Economics 525



750 sport and health



Musik     395



Slöjd     730



Swedish or Swedish as a second language 1 300



Engelska     180



Mathematics 1 005



Science and technology: 785



Civics 695



Student choice 195



Total guaranteed number of hours 6 785



Hence the school's choice 1 800



Curriculum for students who study disciplines (training school)



Teaching time in hours for the subject areas and the total



Subject areas



Aesthetic operations 995



Communication 995



Motorik     995



Everyday activities 995



Perception of reality 995



Student choice 190



Distribution bar teaching time 1 500



Total guaranteed number of hours 6 665

Regulation (2013:249).



Annex 2



Curriculum for special school



Teaching time in hours for the substances and groups of substances, and

total



Topics



Bild     250



Home Economics 130



Sports and health 540



Movement and drama 245



Slöjd     350



Sign language 725



Swedish 1 560



English 515



Mathematics 1 160



Geography 940



History



Religious education



Social studies



Biology 850



Physics



Chemistry



Technology



Language selection 320



Student choice 380



Total guaranteed number of hours 7 965



Hence the school's choice 600



At the school's choice, the number of hours in the hourly perspective for a topic

or a group of substances is reduced by up to 20 percent. The number of

hours of Swedish, English, mathematics, language and the learner's

choice must not, however, be reduced. Regulation (2013:249).



Annex 3



Curriculum for Sami school



Teaching time in hours for the substances and groups of substances, and

total



Topics



Bild     140



Home Economics 40



Sports and health 310



Musik     120



Slöjd     180



Swedish 910



English 280



Mathematics 780



Geography 700



History



Religious education



Social studies



Biology



Physics



Chemistry



Technology



Sami 800



Student choice 60



Total guaranteed number of hours 4 320



Hence the school's choice 210



At the school's choice, the number of hours in the hourly perspective for a topic

or a group of substances is reduced by up to 15 percent. The number of

hours of Swedish, English, mathematics, Sami and the student's

choice must not, however, be reduced. Regulation (2013:249).