The aim of our primary school is to be a living space, a place of experience and encounters beyond the mere transfer of knowledge. The following pedagogical guidelines bring us closer to this goal:
Class teacher: Anja Mesmer
Class teacher: Stefanie Grubmüller
Class teacher: Ronald Klempt
Class teacher: Lisa Nutz
Class teacher: Nadja Schranz
Class teacher: Cornelia Bezabih
Class teacher: Claudia Biedermann
We would like to educate the students to become independently thinking and acting people. This means that we communicate with them and involve them in their own development process. The basis of every consultation is the respectful interaction between students, teachers and parents.
There is a curriculum for each subject, which is the basis for the subject lessons in each grade. The DBSAA has developed a “Learning Plan for Methods”, which contains concrete methods – which are practiced on two method days – and social methods / learning methods for each grade level.
The students of the DBSAA go through a method curriculum (see below), in which they learn skills that are not included in the curriculum of the individual subjects, but which make learning easier and enrich the teaching process.
In addition to the general learning content, we offer an additional language development programme. Trained teachers of German as a foreign language and additional support hours enable all students to participate in German lessons.
We teach according to the contents of the lessons, in different subjects and projects, also across the years. In this way, the students become acquainted with a variety of teaching and learning methods. A special highlight is our joint month-end meeting, where the children present their results to the primary school plenary.
Our multicultural student body strengthens social and intercultural competence in daily interaction. In the area of social education, social competence training is carried out in all primary school classes. Within the framework of afternoon care, the children can experience school as a place to learn and live.
Two days after the general start of the school year, the time has finally come: our new first-graders are picked up from the kindergarten together with their parents by the headmistress of the primary school and their class teacher. The “big ones” are already eagerly waiting in the school. With lovingly rehearsed songs and a play they welcome their new classmates. With warm-hearted words, the children and their parents are welcomed into the school community
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