At our primary school, students aged six and above acquire high-level language skills in both English and German, which is of paramount importance at this level. We promote awareness and respect for other cultures as the cornerstone of an international education. We aim to empower students and give them a voice in their learning process.
At our bilingual primary school, teaching is based on the Bavarian state curriculum. This state curriculum is supplemented by elements of the British educational system as well as by pedagogical practices developed by SIS. The development of language skills in German and English is of paramount importance at this level, which is why we have developed our own bilingual reading and writing curricula. Children attending our primary school are ideally prepared for the transition to our bilingual secondary school. Students can transfer from and into the public school system at any time.
Each class in our primary school has a German-speaking and an English-speaking class teacher. These two teachers take turns teaching the children in nearly equal measure in an English and a German classroom. In this way, primary school students are immersed in a bilingual environment every day. Furthermore, subjects such as maths or social studies are taught in both languages, ensuring that children acquire an extensive vocabulary.
In our lessons, we use different learning styles supported by state-of-the-art infrastructure. Working with tablets and notebooks, for example, enables students to acquire new knowledge in a playful manner and helps them deepen their understanding of what they have already learned.
We want to actively support families by offering comprehensive and flexible full-day services. Your child can be supervised daily at school from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lessons take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and school days are divided into regular intervals with time for learning, play and breaks. From 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. children can choose from our varied selection of clubs or use this time to read, play, cultivate friendships, or relax.
Other activities outside the classroom enrich our school life and strengthen our school community. Read more about our vivid everyday life.
From Year 3 of primary school, our students sit national and international benchmarking tests and achieve good results on a regular basis. Results are communicated transparently to parents and provide a basis for individual objectives, which are discussed in parent consultations with the teachers twice a year.