Welcome to Sankt Knud Lavard skole
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Welcome to Sankt knud lavard
Sankt Knud Lavard School in Kgs. Lyngby is an independent Catholic- Christian school established in 1954. The school has about 200 pupils divided into 10 classes.
Sankt Knud Lavard School is a Danish school and the language of the school is therefore Danish. The language on Intra and in letters from the school is also in Danish. You must arrange for a person who can translate into your own language if you need it. At the parents’ meetings, the language is also Danish. You are welcome to bring a person who can translate. If you speak English, there are often other parents who attend the meeting who can help!
According to Danish law, education is compulsory in Denmark. The public school covers grades 0-10. Sankt Knud Lavard School is a private, Christian Catholic school and covers grades 0-9. We also have an after-school program attached to the school.
It is recognised by and subject to Danish law and receives subsidies from the Danish State.
The school is a member of the Danish Private School Association and the Association of Catholic Schools in Denmark (FAKS). The school is governed by a governing board consisting of 5 members and is a non-profit institution.
The objectives of Sankt Knud Lavard School
The day-to-day running of the school is managed by a team of 2 managers. For our school, special emphasis is placed on mutual understanding and respect between the many nationalities.
The education given is above all in the Christian spirit; Great emphasis is placed on the religious and moral development of each student. Religious awareness programs are offered to all students. Roman Catholic students receive separate tuition.
The local parish church of Saint Knud Lavard is an integral part of the school buildings and is used by the school for both Catholic and ecumenical services. In addition, the Protestant students attend services in Lyngby Church close to our school.
It is not always possible to find places at the school for everyone seeking admission. It is therefore recommended to apply early. Children must be 5 years old before The first of October before they can be admitted. Before admission, all parents are invited to an interview with the principal.
We value community life and see each individual as a unique human being and ensure that every child is seen and heard. Every day, we encourage our students to develop academically while gaining important life skills. We believe that curiosity and creativity are an essential part of an individual’s self-development, and we ensure that all our students receive a good schooling by creating a healthy learning environment.