Randers Realskole is the largest private primary school in Denmark, teaching 1,200 pupils between the age of six and 16 every day. “The school was founded in 1869 and is full of traditions while at the same time being forward looking and modern,” says headmaster Hans Myhrmann. A shared philosophy Randers Realskole has a long tradition of focusing on the optimal development of the pupils – academically as well as personally and socially. The wellbeing of the pupils ensures that the school becomes a place in which they can learn, develop and thrive.