All children who are enrolled by their parents* are welcome at our school providing the following criteria are met:
- The parents have made a conscious choice for the education which a Waldorf School stands for (see our basic principles on education) and confirm this choice explicitly on the application form, and;
- The child has a nationality other than Danish and at least one of the parents works in Denmark for ‘a certain period of time’ (this period is not set but should be convincingly demonstrated) or;
- The child has Danish nationality and was educated abroad for a period of at least two years because at least one of the parents worked abroad for a certain period of time, or;
- The child has Danish nationality and at least one of the parents will be working abroad in the foreseeable future for at least two years, as confirmed in writing by an employer’s statement. The child will live abroad with this parent.
*By parents we understand parents, guardians or caregivers.
Enrollment for School Start August 2019
Please refer to our Fee Policy and structure page for more information about school fees.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q&A about school start and enrollment
Which year should my child start in school?
Schooling in Denmark begins in the kindergarten class. Children entering Kindergarten Class must turn 6 years by 31st of December of the year they are to start.
There may be special considerations to take so that the start of school is postponed for one year, but you do not have to take this into consideration in this preliminary enrollment.
WISC accepts children of all nationalities from the age of 6.
Since the lessons will be taught mainly in English, it is an advantage but not a requirement that one of the child’s main language is English.
We advise that one of the parents is Danish-speaking, but it is not a requirement.
How big is the size of a class?
The classes in the international section are around 15-20 pupils. A little less than the Danish-speaking classes.
7 – 8
8 – 9
|Upper School Classes|
All of the international classes will be based in the same buildings as their Danish parallel classes the Danish classes, allowing the international children to feel part of the whole school.
The International children are integrated with the Danish department during practical workshop lessons, play school, foreign language classes and a variety of events, projects and themes that are timetabled into the school year.
The school’s playground with all of its variety is a meeting place for children of the whole school.
Which classes do you have?
From 2019 we plan to start out with one International Kindergarten class.
If there are enough children to form an international class, 1 we will do so.
In the Danish-speaking department, we start out with one kindergarten classes and class 1 up to 5.
Automatic enrollment in the Support Association
You automatically become a member of the WISCl’s support association. It costs 250,- Dkk a year to be a member, and the enrollment is registered when the amount is paid. You will receive an invoice by email.
As a member of the support association, you will receive our newsletter.