Nordre Aker school in Oslo (Norway)

Nordre Aker Skole - Nydalen

Nordre Aker Skole – Nydalen

Nordre Aker School provides education for children who are patients at Oslo University Hospital, at the Children’s Division of Mental Health.
The children are between 6 and 18 years old and are temporary students at Nordre Aker School while following a treatment program at the hospital.

Nordre Aker School is an institution school consisting of two divisions‘- Nydalen and Sogn.
The school’s primary role is educational survey, training and outreach activities. The children are given a specially designed training program in close cooperation with the unit and the schooling is based on the treatment given.
Nordre Aker school is an institution school rooted in the school Education Act § 13 – 3a

The Childrens division – Nydalen
The school provides an educational program for children who are enrolled in the Children’s Division of Mental Health, which consists of two units, A and B. The target group is children aged between 4 and 14 years old. The treatment is individualized for each child and family.

Special education teachers from Nordre Aker School are part of the treatment team. The teachers are responsible for educational assessment; they work closely with the local school, PPT (educational psychology service) and any other departments involved. The school follows a flexible model, in which the teachers provide with help and guidance to the children’s local school. When needed special teaching is provided within the school premises.

Students can not apply directly to Nordre Aker School. The offer applies only to children who are patients at the Children’s Division of Mental Health.

The Youth division – Sogn
The school provides an educational program for children and adolescents from 13 to 18 who are enrolled in the Youth Division of Mental Health. It consists of two units: Intensive care day -and night unit and Intermediær.

The school also provides services for children and adolescents from 4 to 18 years who are patients at the family and network.

Special education teachers from Nordre Aker School are part of the treatment team. The teachers are responsible for educational assessment; they work closely with the local school, PPT (educational psychology service) and any other departments involved. The school follows a flexible model, in which the teachers provide with help and guidance to the children’s local school. When needed special teaching is provided within the school premises.

Nordre Aker skole - Sogn

Nordre Aker skole – Sogn

Contact data:

Nordre Aker skole
Sognsvannsveien 67,
0372 OSLO
Norway

Telefon:+ 47 22144000
E-post: nordreaker@ude.oslo.kommune.no
www.ude.oslo.kommune.no