Information in English about services related to children, youth and education from the municipality of Stavanger.
Day care centresHere you will find application forms and a list of all the day care centres (barnehager) in Stavanger. You must apply electronically to obtain a place or to change a place in a day care centre. This applies both to municipal and private day care centres. If you have any queries, contact the juvenile and welfare service (oppvekst- og levekårservice).
Day care facilities for school children (SFO)These facilities are available before and after school hours for 1st to 4th grade children and for disabled children up to the age of 12. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 07:30 – 16:30, from 1 August to 30 June. More information about these facilities, prices and application forms. If you have any queries, contact the juvenile and welfare service (oppvekst- og levekårservice).
Schools General information about schooling and a list of all the primary and lower secondary schools in Stavanger and their websites.Apprenticeship scheme The training office in Stavanger is responsible for managing and developing the apprenticeship scheme (lærlingeordningen) in Stavanger. Telephone: 51 50 86 25 Legacies The municipal authorities administer legacies (legater), such as education legacies for young people and legacies for financially disadvantaged single persons and families. Application forms and further information are available here and from our service centre.
Child welfare It is the responsibility of the child welfare service (barnevernet) to ensure that children and young people living under potentially harmful conditions are given help at the right time. Visiting address: St. Olavs gate 9, floor A2 Telephone: 51 91 26 00 Opening hours: 07:40 – 15:00
Child welfare emergency unit (Barnevernvakten)Telephone: 51 89 91 67 Visiting address: Stavanger police station, Lagårdsveien 6 Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 08:00 – 15:30 and 18:00 – 02:00 Friday: 08:00 – 15:30 and 18:00 – 03:00 Saturday: 18:00 – 03:00 Sunday: 18:00 – 02:00
Emergency phone for children and young people – 11 61 11 11 61 11 is an emergency telephone for children and young people. It costs nothing to use, and is open when the child welfare offices are closed.Drug or alcohol problemsSupport for young people K46 is a support facility for young people aged 17 – 25 with drug or alcohol related problems. Visiting address: Kongsgaten 46
Stavanger kommune, Øvre Kleivegate 15, postboks 8001, 4068 Stavanger, Org.nr: 964 965 226
Tlf: +47 51 50 70 90
Ansvarlig redaktør: Kommunikasjonssjef Marianne Jørgensen
Nettredaktør: Tone Gaard Nyhetsredaktør: Thomas Bore Olsen
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