Early Intervention

The Early Intervention (EI) program is a regular part of the First Grade, Second Grade and Third Grade classes in the Primary School, with no additional fees. The program is designed to assess students’ literacy skills (i.e. reading and writing) and assist students in obtaining these skills. All observations, teaching and assessments are done in collaboration with the classroom teachers.

Students participate in the EI program for a short period or for a longer period determined by their progress and needs. The students’ skills and abilities in phonemics awareness, reading fluency, comprehension and spelling/vocabulary are continuously monitored and assessed.

Early Intervention takes place during Danish. This means the students will not attend the Danish classes, but instead receive EI support in a small group.

If your child is assessed as needing extra support for obtaining literacy skills, you will be informed by the classroom teacher. The Early Intervention teacher will then set up a plan based on the students’ individual needs. As a parent you will be informed of your child’s progress on a regular basis.