Sunrise International Preschool

English Medium School est. 1980  At Sunrise Preschool we nurture the curiosity and thirst for knowledge inherent in all children. Our curriculum is designed to allow children to gain confidence in their personal strength, awareness of their individual gifts, and the desire to share joy with others in the society.

In Sunrise school we introduce children to imaginative play, art, painting and music which give them the creative and aesthetic sense that would help them forge a new, better and more beautiful world.

We involve children in both independent and collaborative tasks that teach them their own unique ways while working cooperatively with them.

For more information, please contact us via tlf 3543 2317 or email us atinfo@sunrisepreschool.dk .You are also very welcome to visit our website sunrisepreschool.dk





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    How internationals can benefit from joining trade unions

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    Internationals in Denmark rarely join a trade union

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