In small classes the children practice and learn what is important for life. This includes cultural techniques such as reading, arithmetic and writing, but also treating each other with respect and being mindful of the environment. As a Christian school, it is important to us to bring the God of the Bible closer to the children and to teach them Christian values .
At the end of the sixth grade, the children are well prepared for the transition to secondary school.
From 4th grade and above, we offer 2 to 4 lessons a week in the learning workshop.
Here the children work independently on their work assignments under expert guidance or delve into freely chosen subject areas.
For the younger primary children, the learning workshop is also available as supervised assistance with homeworks.
EXCURSIONS & PROJECT WEEKS
Every one to two months, the class plans an experience outside the school building. These can be hiking, visiting exhibitions, building a raft, exploring the forest, building a Lego city, inventing a robot course or other special external projects.
We hold a project week once or twice a year. During this week, the pupils can freely choose between project workshops and gain new experiences and knowledge outside of their usual class group.
SKI- AND CLASS-CAMP
The ski camp is a sporty offer for our students from the 6th grade and above. For those who don’t like it so “cool”, there is a wide range of offers available for them in form of a project-week in the school building.
The class camp in the spring and summer months promotes the community and offers learning places outside of everyday school life.
We lead small-size classes, which enables us to provide individual pupil support and assistance very effectively.
Some of the classes have a multi-level composition.
Thank you for your interest in our school!
We would be happy to invite you and your child to a non-binding meeting with the school management. By arrangement, your child can take part in our lessons for 3 to 5 taster days. School entry is possible at any time, but recommended at the beginning of the school year.
Still unanswered questions? Then don’t hesitate and contact our secretariat on: 061 922 21 20 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our experience shows that the transition to middle school is a very smooth process within our school. Our culture and purposely design activities draw pupils together outside their individual school level to form friendships without fear of interacting with each other. Some of the secondary teachers also teach at the primary level and are therefore already familiar with new secondary pupils.
The sixth graders are divided into the three levels without pressure or stress towards the end of the second semester.
A transfer to a state school is also possible without any problems or frictions.
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