The park is named after Jaakko Högman, a blacksmith (seppä) who moved to Jyväskylä in the late 18th century to work on the bell tower of the old ch
The fundamental principle is that one should only attend day-care when fully healthy.
Many of the practices became already familiar in May upon the return to school for a few weeks after a long period of distance learning.
Enrolment on the courses of the autumn term starts in stages by subject groups on Monday 17 August at 4 pm and will continue as long as there are f
Maternity and child health clinics help pregnant mothers and babies but also support families with older children
Maternity and child heal
Many families are worried and burdened because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools will then arrange the delivery of food and let families know where and when they can pick up their food bags.
The City of Jyväskylä and its day care services hope that families will continue to care for their children at home, if possible, as recommended by
What should I do if I get ill?
If you have normal cold symptoms, such as cough or fever, stay at home and rest.
The Jyväskylä City Library and the Finnish Schools on the Move initiative have together created a themed collection on the 2nd floor of the Main Li
The basic art education curriculum, offered to all children and young people under the age of 18, covers architecture, fine art, music, drama and w