Morning activities give a good start to the child's school day. The free-form and partly guided activities can include play, games, outdoor recreation, rest and reading. Building friendships and learning interaction skills are in the core of the activities.
Schools organise morning activities according to their schedules and school-specific operating hours, from 8.00 am to 10.00 am. The activities are not organised during school holidays or on Saturday school days.
Breakfast is not included in the morning activities, but children can bring their own snacks.
Disabled or autistic pupils can participate in morning activities throughout their basic education.
Enrolling to morning activities on Wilma
Wilma is a web interface and an application used for the communication between school and home. The school can provide you with Wilma login details. The earliest you can enrol your child to the morning activities is in August when the school year has started.
How the process works
You can enrol your child to morning activities in August when the school year has started, and the school has confirmed the pupils' timetables.
Enrol your child on Wilma as follows:
1. Log in on Wilma. If you have more than one child on Wilma, choose which child you are enrolling.
2. In the top menu, choose 'Applications and decisions'.
3. Choose 'New application'
4. Choose 'Morning activities'
5. Fill out the application and save.
When you have enrolled your child with the instructions above, the school sends you further details about the morning activities.
Morning activities are free of charge.
How to enrol your child to morning activities
Log in on Wilma.
If you have more than one child on Wilma, choose which child you are enrolling.
Fill out the application on Wilma
In the top menu, choose ‘Applications and decisions'.
Choose ‘New application’
Choose ‘Morning activities’
Fill out the application and save.
Wait for more details on the activities.
When you have enrolled your child with these instructions, the school will send you further details about the morning activities.