The specific tasks of years 7 to 9 are to guide and support pupils during strong years of development, to provide for the completion of studies in elementary education and to encourage all students to continue their studies.
Particular care is taken to ensure that each student is given the best possible conditions for postgraduate studies and is able to reflect on their solutions on a realistic and informed basis.
The individual differences in development between students, including the different development rhythms of boys and girls, are starting to appear more clearly and affecting the school work.
Students are guided to understand their own development and are encouraged to accept themselves and take responsibility for themselves and their own studies, friends and the surrounding environment.
Students are supported in community affiliation that does not accept any form of bullying, sexual harassment, racism or any other discrimination.
Relationships, individual encounters, and the diversity of working methods and learning environments strengthen student motivation. Practice-based assessment and feedback practices are designed and implemented so that they are interactive and learning-driven, and encourage students to work individually and collectively as targets. Home and school co-operation gets new forms and content. Agreing with common rules and good practices with learners and guardians creates security and promotes the success of schoolwork.