This class is for the earlier school years. Teaching them Danish mainly via a play based entry point. The class also welcomes older children who will still benefit learning Danish in this form. The teacher attempts to speak Danish but acknowledges that repetition in English is often needed for the children. Via games, drawing, reading, writing and singing we hope to keep your young children's attention for our Sunday class. When the child has enough level of Danish to progress to the Mellem Class they will be moved up. 

The class is run by Jeppe Sieling who has a child in the school. 


This class is aimed at kids that have basic Danish vocabulary, typically kids attending first few years of primary school. The focus is on practising oral Danish and discussing Danish culture and events. The objective is for the kids to enhance their Danish in a fun playful environment.

The class is run by Sara Rossen who has two children in the school.


The “De Store” follows on from “Mellem Klasse” and is aimed at older kids with a stronger Danish vocabulary. We focus on practicing oral Danish and discussing Danish culture and events. The aim is to build on the kids vocabulary through reading Danish texts and discussing the contents.

The class is run by Marie Klaschka who has nephews in the school


DSDU has a mixed level adult class. Prior knowledge of some level of Danish is needed. The aim of this group is to build on existing Danish skills. To get the participants to a level where a conversation can be comfortably had. The focus of the class is conversational but the teacher will also include work sheets in the lessons. Subject matters are build up around Danish culture and current affairs. The school provides all material.

Danish educated teacher Carsten Nielsen runs this class.