In order to enable mothers and fathers to reconcile family and career as well as appropriate forms of family division of labor, all-day schools offer families not only care but also educational support. With all-day schools, however, Bavaria is not only sending out a sociopolitical signal, but is above all focusing on educational goals. All-day schooling is an educational opportunity with a distinctive quality of content. More time is available for extended educational and support opportunities. All-day schools in Bavaria are committed to the triad of education, upbringing and care.
The Free State of Bavaria provides weekly teacher hours and/or subsidies to cover the additional personnel costs of all-day programs at state and municipal schools as well as independent schools.
Recipient of funding
The subsidies are paid to the school operating authority, the school authority or the cooperation partner.
Type and amount
Depending on the type of school, the subsidy currently amounts to between 23,887.00 and 38,594.00 euros per full-day class and school year at municipal schools and independent schools. State schools receive a budget of between 7,936.00 and 23,884.00 euros per class and school year in addition to the teacher hours per week, which includes a municipal co-financing allowance of 6,604.00 euros.