Year 1–2 basic education students and students with special educational needs may enrol in paid extracurricular activities organised after school in the afternoon. Extracurricular activities are organised on school days from 12 to 4.30 p.m.
Aim of extracurricular activities
Extracurricular activities are guided recreational classes where children have the opportunity to play, do their homework and participate in various activities. The idea is to create meaningful leisure activities, support children's growth and prevent marginalisation.
Students may apply for extracurricular activities for the academic year 2022-2023 electronically via Wilma no later than March 30, 2022.
Acceptance decisions will be published by the end of June.
max. 3 hours/day 100 €/month, max.10 days/month: 50 €
over 3 hours/day: 140 €/month, max.10 days/month: 70 €
Taking part in extracurricular activities on a maximum of 10 days per month means only half of the normal fee will be charged. This is recommended in situations where the child’s parents do shift work or study, for example. If the 10-day limit is exceeded, the fee will be charged in full.
If a child is absent from an activity for more than 10 days due to an illness, only half of the fee will be charged. No fee will be charged when, due to illness, a child is unable to attend during the entire month.
If a child cannot participate in a activity for any other reason for an entire calendar month, half of the fee will be charged.
Parents can apply for a fee reduction or exemption from payment for financial reasons. To do so, a certificate of income should be attached to the application with all the necessary attachments and sent to the principal of the school where the child wishes to take part in extracurricular activities.
Dropping out of extracurricular activities
Withdrawal from extracurricular activities must be indicated in writing during the month preceding the withdrawal from activities. In this case no fee will be charged for the following month.