Questions and answers

    Yes, it includes all upper-secondary schools.

    No, the students are still obliged to attend classes at school.

    Our goal is that the strike notice won’t affect the students’ education. Classes are held as usual. The only (temporary) change, is that they need to bring their own lunch to school, or have their lunch break somewhere else.

    As of today, we don’t know for how long the school lunches will be affected.

    You can read more about Kommunal’s strike notice in English at the bottom of this webpage:

    Kommunal's webpage about the strike notice Länk till annan webbplats.

    No, it won’t be possible to use any fridges.

    No, it won’t be possible to use any microwaves for heating.

    Yes, the school restaurant and café can be used as a place to sit and eat. However, students must also bring their own cutlery and glasses/ bottles from home. It won’t be possible to heat the food in microwave, nor will it be possible to store the meal in the fridge.

    Our goal is to be able to continue serving breakfast and dinner at Naturbruksgymnasiet during this period.

    As of now, we don’t know exactly what the solution will be for the NIU students.

    No, Swedish law says that lunch must be served in preschools and primary schools, but not in upper-secondary schools.