Classes at home and at a health care institution
If your child does not attend classes due to their significant motor disabilities, chronic illness or recovery at home, the school will organise classes at your home or in health care institutions treating a larger number of childrenFor pupils who cannot attend classes due to their significant motor disabilities or chronic illness, the school, with the approval of the Ministry, organises classes at home or at a health institution if the pupil is placed in longer treatment, and enables them to take make-up exams or a final grade exam. The classes can be realised as distance learning (online classes), by means of electronic communication tools. Within the framework of the available resources, the school provides pupils with appropriate tools for distance learning.
If your child, due to their significant motor disabilities or chronic illnesses cannot attend classes or if they are recovering at home after a treatment for a longer period of time, the school will organise classes at your home. You only need to file a request to the school your child is attending and accompany it with the medical documentation.
Classes at homeFor children in the fifth grade and upwards, classes are carried out mostly by teachers who taught them while they attended primary school. If your child is in the first to fourth grade of primary school, a new teacher will usually be employed for this purpose. This teacher will work only with your child, and in that case, the number of classes will be reduced in comparison to the prescribed number.
Classes at a health care institutionA health care institution organises primary education in accordance with regular or special conditions for pupils in prolonged hospital care, and this type of work is carried out by an institution in which the pupil is placed and the nearest primary school. This type of classes is justified on multiple levels.
Children feel more at ease when a hospital environment becomes a school environment, they do not lose continuity in their work and studying. They work in smaller groups, often make up for the lost lessons, and at the same time, are not missing classes and do not have to take make-up exams or final grade exams.