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School lunches at IES Liljeholmen / Skolmaten vid IES Liljeholmen



i årets skolundersökning hade nöjdheten med skolluncherna gått upp avsevärt och vi har därför valt att fortsätta att arbeta med Kleins Kitchen som leverantörer. Liksom förra årer serveras det dagligen tre olika rätter, samt ett salladsbord, soppa, bröd och frukt varje dag. Det finns mjölk och vatten att dricka. Kleins har erbjudit oss att servera en mer vegetarisk kost, genom att byta ut kött- eller fiskrätten till en vegetariskrätt. Från och med oktober kommer vi att testa att ibland servera mer vegetarisk kost, vi har gått igenom menyn och valt bort rätter som vi vet inte varit så populära, eller lagt till vegetariska rätter som vi vet varit väldigt populära. Det kommer alltså alltid att serveras en fisk eller kött rätt, men ibland även två vegetariska rätter. 


Bifogat hittar ni lite information kring hur Kleins tänker kring mat och hur de jobbar.


Om ni är nyfikna på skollunchen, hör gärna av er till mig så bokar vi in en dag när ni kan komma och äta med någon av oss i ledningsgruppen. 


Vänliga hälsningar,

Annakarin Johansson



Dear all, 


In this years survey, the results showed that the satisfaction with school lunches was higher than previous years. We have because of this decided to continue with Kleins Kitchen as our caterers. As last year we serve three different courses a day, a fishdish, a meat dish and a vegetarian dish. There are also soup, a salad bar, bread and fruit, and milk or water to drink. Kleins have offered to serve more vegetarian food, so from October we have chosen a few days where we have exchanged the fish or meat for a vegetarian dish. We have picked the days when we know that the meat or fish dish hasn't been overly popular or when we know that the vegetarian dish has been. 


I have attached a couple of documents from Kleins. 


If you are curious about the school lunch, let me know and we can book a day where you come and eat with one of us in the management team. 


Kind regards, 

Annakarin Johansson 


Welcome to the autumn term 2019

 We are back!


It was so nice to meet all the students today this morning, and to get to introduce them to their new classes and mentors. We have a few new staff in the school, year 7-9 has a new nurse, Ms Modin has joined us from IES Älvjsö and a new SYV (career and guidance counselor) Mr Serengil has joined us from Farsta Grundskola. Otherwise the student care team, management and special education team are the same. A few new teachers has also joined the school, but they will introduce them selfs in newsletters and parentsevenings over the next few weeks.  

   Over the summer we have painted all the white areas in the school, two corridors has a new colour, floors 4,5 and 6 has new lighting in the corridor and also our cleaning company has been in to do a thorough cleaning and polished all floors. 


  This years the Heads of Years are Ms Farrah, year 4, Mr Bayon, year 5, Ms Weber, year 6, Mr Garcia, year 7, Mr Adegbidi year 8 and Mr Knapp for year 9. The Heads of Year are middle management and supports the mentors in the every day running of the classes. The mentors are always the first point of contact. Next step is Heads of Year, Student care team, and then assistant principals and then the principal.


Last year our year 9 students had an grade average of 279.8 points and their results for National tests where among the top 10 best within IES, which ofcourse made us very proud. Our year 6 students did very well in their national tests as well. From our survey we are still looking to identify our main goals. But one goal is to raise the participation in the survey from the parents, only 50% of the guardians took the opportunity of voicing their opinions in the survey. 


We are really looking forward to see you at our Parents Evenings next week, and at Development meetings in September. We have moved them forward a bit, so that we can establish goals for the term early and follow up on them and the grades early next term. Dates and times are found on School Soft. 


Kind regards, 

Annakarin Johansson


Video: 13 IES Schools Competed In Eurovision Inspired Contest

Video: 13 IES Schools Competed In Eurovision Inspired Contest

Singing in Spanish helped Emilia Söderlund (above, centre, with her teacher Mr Vary and her mother) from Internationella Engelska Skolan Johanneberg to win a language and music competition for IES schools.

Each year schools compete in a Eurovision-inspired contest, which sees students sing in languages other than English or Swedish.

This year 13 schools took part in the competition at IES Sundsvall – who hosted because they won the competition last year, in true Eurovision style.

Those competing sang in French, German and Spanish, in front of hundreds of students, and a jury made up of language and music teachers, at Tonhallen in Sundsvall.

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Video of the winner's reprise: Emilia Söderlund from IES Johanneberg

After a tense judging process considered the linguistic and musical talents of the very strong entries this year, Mr Brisson, principal of IES Sundsvall, announced the results.

While Emilia took first prize, a team from IES Eskilstuna (left), made up of Tamara Abood, Farah Mouhi, Eira Ankarfjärd and Darian Mather came second, while Cecilia Nilsson from IES Lund (below, right) came third.

Other schools who made the journey to Sundsvall to take part in this year’s contest included IES Bromma, Huddinge, Kista, Landskrona, Liljeholmen, Tyresö, Täby, Västerås and Årsta.

After performing David DeMaría song Cada Vez Que Estoy Sin Ti and receiving her trophy Emilia told the audience: "Thank you so much, I did not think I was going to win since there are so many talented people here and they were really great. Give them applause, please.”


After she left the stage she added: “I am grateful that I had this chance today, and I want to thank everyone, but especially my Spanish teacher Señor Rios, my music teacher Mr Duckworth, Mr Vary for coming with me, and my parents for being there with me and supporting me.

"This was my first time taking part in Eurovision, it was exciting but then I heard the other schools singing and they were so good, so I got nervous, but it was exciting.

"When I heard the winner announced, I said ‘well, that’s me’. I thought that Sundsvall would win again because I think she was really good and deserved to win.

"I have been studying Spanish for three years. I would not have believed three years ago that I could win today, but my music teacher told me that I should be here and he helped me, and here I am.”

Emilia’s victory means that next year the contest will be hosted by IES Johanneberg. She gave advice for all students thinking of taking part: “Believe in yourself, do what you like to do, and do not worry about what others think."

Winning turn: Emilia performing in front of judges

Information från Hägersten/Liljeholmens stadsdel

Som en del i sitt preventiva arbete vill Stockholm Stad att ni som vårdnadshavare gärna fyller i den här undersökningen om hur ni får information kring deras preventiva arbete i stadsdelen Stockholms stads undersökning.

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Säkra Varje Unge

Säkra Varje Unge

On February 21st, the school invited a lecturer Maria Karlsson from the organization Säkra Varje Unge. She gave a lecture for all the students in grades 4 and 5. The lecture was mainly about safe internet use, with a focus on online hate, bullying and grooming. The main purpose of the lecture was to inform the students about risks online, what to do to avoid them and what to do if one has been exposed. The Student Care team together with the mentors followed up the contents of the lecture during mentor time with a mini mentor program. What did the students remember from the lecture? What should they do if they receive an unwanted image online? What did the students remember about chain letters? Grooming - What is it? Where to turn for help if you have been exposed?

Some of the students from grade 4 answered:

“We think it is pretty scary to get a message from a guy you don't know”, We would tell our parents who can report them to the police”, “Always talk to your parents, don't answer back”, “block them”, “don't give personal information”.

Some of the students from grade 5 answered:

“Grooming is when someone who is either threatening or giving compliments to get something”, We would block the person and report him or her, also tell an adult”, “If you want help you should go to the police, parent or to an adult that you can trust”.

In connection with the lecture we also had a reporter from Ekot, Sveriges Radio who interviewed some of our students to find out what the they had learnt during the day, what to think about and what they should pay attention to online. It was an educative day not only for our students, but also for the staff at the school. We learned a lot and will continue to talk about this topic.


Thank You Säkra Varje Unge.


School counselors

Ms Beck Yr 4-6

Ms Milenkovic Yr 7-9



Den 21a Februari bjöd skolan in föreläsaren Maria Karlsson från organisationen Säkra Varje Unge. Hon höll en föreläsning för alla elever i årskurs 4 och 5. Föreläsningen handlade främst om säkert internetanvändande, med inriktning på näthat/nätmobbning/kränkningar och grooming. Huvudsyftet med föreläsningen var att informera eleverna om vad det finns för risker på nätet, vad man kan göra för att undvika dem samt vad man kan göra om man har blivit utsatt. Skolans elevhälsa tillsammans med mentorerna följde upp innehållet från föreläsningen på mentortime med mini mentor program.

Vad kom eleverna ihåg? Vad gör man om man får en oönskad bild online? Vad kom eleverna ihåg om kedjebrev? Grooming - vad är det? Vart ska man vända sig för hjälp om man har blivit utsatt?


Några av eleverna från årskurs 4 svarade:

“Man ska inte skicka bilder till dem man inte känner online, man ska inte skicka vidare kedjebrev- det kan vara hot”

“Om du ser någon göra någonting på social medier och det ser ut som att personen inte vill göra det, visa en vuxen, ge inte info om sig själv - till exempel namn, ålder, land och adress”

“Prata eller visa en vuxen”


Några av eleverna från årskurs 5 svarade:

“Dela inte bilder som kan kränka någon”, “Grooming - det var när någon kontaktar en och är först snäll men sen blir taskig och tvingar en att ta bilder som man inte vill”, “det är när någon ger komplimanger och sedan skickar hot eller vill ha avklädda bilder”

“Man kan prata med kurator, Bris, föräldrar”


I samband med föreläsningen hade vi också en reporter från Ekot, Sveriges Radio som intervjuade några elever för att ta reda på vad eleverna hade lärt sig från dagen och vad man ska tänka och vara uppmärksam på online. Det var en lärorik dag inte bara för elever men också för personalen på skolan. Vi lärde oss mycket och kommer att fortsätta prata och uppmärksamma detta ämne.

Tack Säkra Varje Unge.



Ms Beck årskurs 4-9

Ms Milenkovic årskurs 7-9