Translation:They are getting their children at five.
Wouldn't we say 'pick up their children'? By the way, most small Danish children are in 'Vuggestue' 1-3 years, and børnehave 3-6, (which often are open until abour 5:30) after which they start in the real school with børnehaveklasse, which = USA kindergrten at age six, and første klasse at 7. And they don't officially learn to read before første klasse!
I have a feeling that Danes still use 1-12 when speaking, if it's obvious, possibly saying om formiddagen'... but 24 when written. Now that my granddaughter is in børnehaveklasse, I'm not sure she'd be able to figure out 13-24 when reading an analog clock. I'll have to remember to ask my daughter about that.