Johann-Herrmann-Grundschule Trier Euren

Grundschule Trier-EurenJohann-Herrmann Primary School is an inclusive school in the Trier district of Euren. Currently 140 students attend our school, whose many and diverse requirements and needs shape and enrich the common life.

The focus of our work is the individual child with his individual development, his individual needs and special abilities.

Our work is characterized by the idea of integration. In our school, primary school teachers, support teachers, educational professionals and volunteers work together in teams. Our school daily routine is also characterised by a close collaboration with institutions outside the school, integration assistants and school companions.

For 15 years we have offered afternoon care to our pupils – made possible by the dedicated work of our development association. Currently, about 50 children use the learning support scheme.


Contact Information

Pestalozzistraße 3
54294 Trier
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)651 88682
gseuren@web.de

Size

Children: 150
Professionals: 15
Classes: 8


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Schedule and Daily Routine

7.35 – 7.45 Opening: Arrival to the classroom / greeting each child
7.45 – 8.30 Morning task (adapted to the individual learning progress of individual children)
8.30 – 9.25 Open forms of teaching and fixed instruction alternately
9.25 – 9.40 Breakfast in classroom
9.40 – 10.10 Court and play time
10.10 – 11.45 Work plan and bound teaching
11.45 – 12.00 Playground and games break
12.00 – 12.45 Remedial teaching / technical education
12.45 – 15.00 Open care services: Playing, eating, homework

Questions and Answers

What did you learn since you decided to participate in EQUIPE? What has changed in your organisation?

We have once again reflected critically our perspective and attitude with regard to parental work. The institutionalization of a parent café is an issue. In our work in the school, we felt vindicated in every respect. We would welcome a change of classes beginning time or for example, the integration of kindergarten into the school building. However, this is not in our hands. We can only wish for the good spatial and material resources in the Dutch schools we visited, but also have no influence on the reaction. During the project, we
became once again aware that primarily the teachers personality makes a good lesson.

How will you continue to work on these topics? What are your next steps?

We currently plan to meet agreed targets in the following context:

Consolidation and further development of the created conceptually in terms of the changing society and to promote a very heterogeneous class community with emphasis on the participation of parents.