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Primary School

Primary School

Primary School in Görlitz: Learning According to the Jena Philosophy

At our independent day school in Görlitz, living and learning takes place in a community - comprised of students, parents, and educators. Our school is built around the "Jenaplan" - an approach to education that focuses on both independent and collaborative learning and creating a sharing school environment. Students and parents share a joint responsibility in the life of the school. The school provides your children with a fixed daily structure. Their education is project oriented and interdisciplinary. Our curriculum fulfills state requirements for primary education in Saxony.

Benefits at a Glance

By enrolling your children at the TÜV Rheinland independent Jenaplan school:

  • You can start your children's education off on the right track - by showing them that learning is fun
  • Your children learn at their own pace, in a social context - whether in the classroom or at play
  • Your children feel secure in the school's daily routines
  • Your children benefit from all-day care - and you benefit from the balance of career and family
  • You benefit from our years of experience in education
  • Your children receive their schooling from Germany's second-largest institution for private education

Parents in the School Community

Our teachers are here to guide and support your children. They stimulate the learning process - by providing input and advising children, as they learn, how to solve problems or ask questions independently. And you as parents are another integral part of school life. The relationship between you and the school is based on mutual trust and interest in your children's education.

The Best Approach to Child Development

Our school life follows the tenets of the "Jenaplan": conversation, work, play, and celebration. This philosophy, developed by the educational specialist Peter Petersen, emphasizes the importance of working closely with parents. One core belief is that students and parents should share a joint responsibility in the life of the school. We see our school as a community where students, parents, and educators work together toward common goals.

Making Learning Fun

Our teachers are here to guide and support your children. They stimulate the learning process - by providing input and advising children, as they learn, how to solve problems or ask questions independently. And you as parents are another integral part of school life. The relationship between you and the school is based on mutual trust and interest in your children's education.

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