Full day care takes
place in a healthy rhythm of learning, movement, playing, having fun and taking
our pupils a rhythmic daily routine with lessons, projects, a mutual lunch
break and leisure opportunities.
intensive, independent learning, practice, work on individually chosen
projects, relaxation and games are interwoven throughout.
education and training
children gather their first gardening experiences by making their own herb
beds. This also includes assuming responsibility for the resulting work, from
breaking up soil, to seeding and planting, watering, weeding and harvesting. In
this way, children learn about life cycles in nature and take responsibility on
a smaller scale. Furthermore, horticultural successes improve their
self-confidence. And last but not least, children are much more likely to taste
what they have grown themselves. Therefore, a garden bed for children can help
even the pickiest eaters begin to sample fresh and natural food.
cooking is fun
enjoy baking, cooking and having a nibble. They can gain experience in healthy
cooking in our on-site school kitchen.
diet plays an essential role in our school concept. Less sweets, a balanced
diet, vegetables and raw food are all on the menu.
We meet the
quality standards of the German Nutrition Society. Furthermore, we have a salad
bar, fruit (EU school scheme) and a water fountain on hand for our pupils.
holidays, we offer our pupils a multifaceted program of activities.
There is something
on offer for everyone, from football tournaments, handicraft sessions, making
music, forest projects and other exciting excursions.
connect each other and foster a sense of security. Our school day begins with
Good-Morning-Fitness and on Mondays we additionally have show and tell. The day
ends by tidying up the classroom.
annual calendar, there are events that have become permanent traditions. We
celebrate the 100th day of school for Year 1 pupils, Halloween, the
Christmas market, Carnival, the Summer Festival and Sports Day.