Charles Dickens Grundschule and Europe School Open Day

22.09.2018         10.00 a.m – 1.00 p.m

10.30 a.m – Presentation German Primary School (Regelschule)

11 a.m – Presentation Europe School (bi-lingual school)

presentation first in English, then German

Feel free to look around the whole building. Our tour guides will be more than happy to show you around. Our “Ask Me” children will also be able to direct you and answer questions. Just look for the Charles Dickens T-shirts!

The German school (Regelschule) can be found in Haus III (at the far end of the playground).  Teachers are on the 1st  and 2nd floor to answer your questions.

The German school afternoon care and their Erzieher can be found above the dining area in Haus II

The Europe School teachers will be mainly on the first and second floors of Haus I (at the back of the main building) where you can find the year one and year two classrooms. There are also students on hand to keep your little ones entertained.

Registration

Registering your child at the Charles Dickens Europe School:

  1. First go to your child’s allocated school and fill out an application for a school transfer. (Umschulungsantrag)
  2. Bring this application, the child’s birth certificate and your identification card or police registration (with address) when registering.
  3. Please fill in the registration forms completely and legibly.

Please be aware that no registration forms can be accepted before the official registration dates.

Registration dates for school year 2019/2020: October 4th – October 17th 2018

9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Please also be aware that you are personally responsible for registering your child. The allocated primary school will not do this for you. Our school admits children who have English or German as their native language. Teachers meet with each child to assess their present stage of language development before admission. All children are required to have at least a passive understanding of the English language.

 

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