With regards to the coronavirus (covid -19)
The Bladins School Foundation follows the directives from the responsible national authorities and will act quickly on any new information.
The following guidelines apply to all preschool children, all students in compulsory and upper secondary school, as well as all employees at Bladins School.
- If you have symptoms of respiratory infection, even mild cold and/or flu symptoms, you should stay at home and report yourself/your child sick. If symptoms occur during the school or work day, you should go home without delay. Employees must contact their line manager.
- You should remain at home until you have been completely free of symptoms for 48 hours, alternatively at least 7 days (see FAQ)
Bladins preschools, Swedish compulsory school and BISM (excluding DP)
The foundation’s preschools remain open as usual and follow closely the recommendations from the responsible authorities. Bladins compulsory school and BISM conduct the teaching as usual in grade F-6 (GR) and PYP 1 – 6 (BISM). Students in grade 7-9 (GR) and MYP 1-4 (BISM) are taught digitally until January 29th 2021. As of February 1st students in grade 7-9 and MYP 1-4 will gradually return to school. Please note that this may change depending on how the situation develops.
Bladins Gymnasium and IB Diploma Programme
In accordance with recommendations from the Public Health Agency (2021-01-20) and Infection Control Skåne (2021-01-22) Bladins Gymnasium and the IB Diploma Program will conduct a combination of distance and classroom education until April 1st. At present, this means that:
- all students at Bladins Gymnasium and the IB Diploma Program will continue with distance education until January 29th.
- from February 1st, the schools will move over to a combination of distance and classroom education, to ensure that all students receive at least 20% of their education at the school until April 1st.
Distance education for grade 7-9 (MYP 2-4) at Bladins
Update: 8th January 2021 To all guardians at Bladins International School of Malmö and Bladins Grundskola Due to the serious infection situation in Skåne, Region Skåne recommends that secondary schools, grade 7-9, begin the new term with distance learning. Throughout the pandemic, Bladins has carefully followed local, regional and national advice and recommendations. Therefore, students ...
Remote learning for Bladins upper secondary school students until 24th January 2021
Update: 21 December 2020 In accordance with recommendations from the Public Health Agency on Friday (2020-12-18) remote learning at Bladins Gymnasium and BISM’s IB Diploma Programme is extended until 24th of January 2021. The teaching will be conducted in the same way as it has in recent weeks, any changes or exceptions will be communicated ...
Remote teaching and learning for IB Diploma Programme students as of Monday 7 December
To students and guardians at IB Diploma Programme After recommendations from the Swedish Government and the Public Health Agency today (2020-12-03) all teaching of students in the Diploma Programme will be conducted remotely as of Monday 7th December. At present, these recommendations apply until January 6th 2021. All students and guardians of those students who ...
Updated guidelines for children who live with a person with confirmed covid -19
2020-12-01 Update to all guardians at Bladins preschools and compulsory schools, including BISM. Today (201201), the Swedish Public Health Agency informed about new rules of conduct regarding children of preschool and compulsory school age due to covid -19. The new recommendations mean that children who live in a household with a person with confirmed covid ...
With regards to the stricter general advice in Region Skåne
Update: 2020-20-28 Yesterday (2020-10-27), the public was informed that the Swedish Public Health Agency, together with Region Skåne, has tightened the general public advice in the county due to a sharp increase in the spread of covid -19 infection throughout Skåne. This advice applies as of yesterday until the 17 of November, but may be ...
When are children and students allowed back to preschool or school after they have been sick?
Update: 4 September 2020 On the first of September 2020, the Public Health Agency updated their advice with regards to when children and students can return to preschool and school after sickness. Bladins has therefore updated our guidelines accordingly: Children and students who have stayed at home because of cold and/or flu symptoms but have ...
To guardians at BISM and Bladins Grundskola, April 16th 2020
Dear Guardians, Welcome back after the spring break. We are pleased to note that we have a slightly higher student attendance at school since we returned after the break, but the student absence rate remains high. There are, of course, natural reasons that there are more students absent now than usually due to the strict ...
Update April 5th, 16.00
Information regarding childcare in the event of a possible closure The Bladins School Foundation follow the directives from the Swedish government and responsible public agencies. At present, Bladins pre schools and compulsory schools remain open, but the foundation is preparing our schools for possible changes, including that parts or all of our pre schools and/or ...
Update 20 March 17.00
Dear coworkers, students and guardians, A very eventful week is coming to an end. I would like to take this opportunity to summarise the week and the actions taken across our schools as well as direct a thank you to all children, students, guardians, teachers and other employees at Bladins for the hard work, flexibility ...
Update 17 March 11.30
Distance education for Bladins Gymnasium and IB Diploma Programme as of tomorrow Wednesday March 18th After recommendations from the Swedish Government, the Public Health Agency of Sweden and the Swedish National Agency for Education today (2020-03-17) all teaching at Bladins Gymnasium will be done through distance teaching. This includes students in IB Diploma Programme (Pre ...
Update 16 March 13.00
With regards to updated guidelines for schools and preschools Yesterday, (March 15 2020) the Public Health Agency of Sweden updated the guidelines for schools and preschools. This included extended advice on what actions schools are recommended to take to prevent the spreading of disease. All schools at Bladins are reviewing the advice, a majority of ...
Update 13 March 17.00
The Bladins School Foundation is planning to continue to keep its schools open next week. This is based on the recently updated information presented at a press conference hosted by, amongst others, the Public Health Authority and the National Agency for Education today (2020-03-13). According to the Public Health Authority’s assessment there are currently no ...
Update 13 March 09.00
Update 13 March 09.00 All schools at the Bladins School Foundation are open and operating as usual. We are monitoring the situation on a daily basis. Bladins is prepared and have ready action plans for homeschooling in case of a decision to close our schools, Bladins Grundskola, BISM and Bladins Gymnasium. All teachers at the ...