22/10/07

Information evenings at FREIE SCHULE ANNE-SOPHIE

Künzelsau. With effect from September 2008, Freie Schule Anne-Sophie will be situated in the new premises in Taläcker, part of the town of Künzelsau. Besides elementary school, the building will also house the junior high school. In future, Freie Schule Anne-Sophie offers the possibility to obtain any school-leaving qualification.

At information evenings in Alma-Würth Hall at company Würth in Künzelsau-Gaisbach, interested parents are given the opportunity to get an idea of Freie Schule Anne-Sophie.

Information evenings on the admission procedure of the school will be held in Alma-Würth Hall in Künzelsau at 19:30 h on the following days:

Entry level and elementary school: 6 and 28 November 2007

Junior high school (German Hauptschule and Realschule): 27 November as well as 11 and 12 December 2007

Interested parents are asked to register with the school’s office (+49-07940/9311930) one day prior to the respective event. The admission procedure for pupils will end on 28 January 2008.

The pedagogical concept

Within the framework of the reform-pedagogical teaching method, Freie Schule Anne-Sophie places holistic learning in the center of attention. The objective of this new learning concept is fostering every student based on his/her individual set of talents. “Every child stepping on this new path of learning is to leave Freie Schule Anne-Sophie as a winner!”, initiator Bettina Würth expressed her hope.

The basic difference to classical teaching methods lies in the consistent mixture of the individual class levels and in the individual way of learning of the pupils. The pupils learn alone as well as in groups.

A matter of the heart becomes reality

The new school complex will be completed in September 2008. It will contain buildings for the elementary school, the junior high school (German Hauptschule and Realschule) and the high school level as well as a gym and an indoor swimming pool plus a central building with school restaurant, library and assembly hall.