Education and Early Development
It is the aim of Fræna Municipality that everyone who applies for a place in a day-care centre within the deadline of the main admission, should be offered a place.
Apply for admission:
Fræna local authority is in charge of the daily operation of:
Primary and lower secondary schools
Fræna School of Music and Performing Arts
The elementary school in Norway is compulsory and organized like this:
- Children in Norway start at school when they are 6 years old.
- Children between 6 and 12 attend primary school.
- Children between 13 and 16 attend at lower secondary school.
The school year starts around 15 th of August and it ends around 20th of June.
The Health Centre’s main task is to promote good health and prevent illness by providing free health checks, information about health, guidance and vaccines. Vaccines for children and adolescents are free, adults pay an own share.
Both mental and physical health services shall be available.
The health staff can arrange a talk with regard to mental and physical health and will refer you to a doctor or the special health services if necessary. They can also provide advice and guidance on bringing up children/stipulating behavourial limits, diet, hygiene, family planning, prevention, accident prevention measures etc.
Nursing staff and doctors have a strict duty of confidentiality. None of the information you provide to the health services can be passed on without your permission. Others cannot demand access to information concerning your health/other information provided by you unless you agree.
If you are feeling ill you should contact your doctor for an appointment.
Phone : +47 71 26 82 00
Opening hours : 8-16.00
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If you need an appointment with the dentist you can contact the dentists office at
+47 712 68 217/218 (Fræna tannklinikk)
Around 9.500 people live in the region.