St. George's School Munich is a prestigious British school in Munich. The educational institution is located in the infrastructurally developed area of the city. In walking distance from the school is a major traffic intersection. The convenient location of St. George School Munich allows students to combine study with a cognitive holiday in one of Germany's most interesting cities, a multifaceted Munich.
The English-language school is an excellent choice for those who want to get an education in Germany that meets international standards. The school offers a wide range of school programs. Learn here is comfortable and interesting. The school has a modern material base, it has created excellent conditions for the training of foreigners. Highly qualified teaching staff is another feature of the language center. At school, every child can count on comprehensive help and support from the teacher-curator.
The programs envisage not only academic preparation of students. They offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities and electives. Junior students can study in literary (reading), dance, theater, music clubs. Also for them are open clubs of debate, yoga, computer science, sewing, foreign language. For students of secondary, senior school, there are subject circles (physical, chemical, mathematical, geographical, literary, linguistic). Students can also play sports, dance, chess, music (playing instruments, vocals).
The school provides elementary schooling from the age of 7. The curriculum is built on the basis of game elements, the socialization of children in small classes, fostering respect for comrades. At St George's School in Munich, the training process is conducted in English and meets the requirements of the British educational system.
From 7 to 11 years (junior class) teachers tend to develop individual abilities and interests of children, to bring them good manners and deliver the joy of learning. Children learn the basics of the natural sciences, mathematics and computer science. Attention is paid to English and German languages, studying history and geography. Every week there are hours for sports, dancing, drawing, music, French and various kinds of art.
In junior clubs, junior students can learn caylis (Celtic dances) or play musical instruments, master gardening, sewing, yoga, acting, rules of debate or information technology.
The school actively interacts with parents of children, invites them to joint evenings, holidays, barbecues, exhibitions.
At the age of 11, children move to secondary school, which means more careful monitoring of progress and an increase in the number of school subjects. Once every six months, children take exams in all subjects, current performance is checked on a monthly basis. Wearing the school uniform and the atmosphere in the school discipline children, develop responsibility and stimulate the desire to learn.
The British system provides for the compulsory study of English and literature, mathematics, German, history, theatrical art and drama, chemistry, geography, physics, computer technology, the arts, physics, French language and biology. Sports activities and music education are also included in the list of necessary.
The St George's School School includes classes in classrooms and teacher assistance for homework. To consult when creating individual projects or under the supervision of a teacher to perform complex educational work, children can from 16:00 to 17:00 (Prep Hour). It also supports the scientific research and personal projects of children. After lunch, interested students can attend clinics (additional classes) in the subjects.
Leisure in secondary school includes visits to sports clubs and theme clubs on a wide range of topics. In a literary club, students study non-grammar works and learn to write their own notes. For those interested in music, there are several singing circles, playing drums or participating in a musical group. In the theater studio, children acquire skills in acting. Groups of foreign languages are also provided to improve communication skills and subject ratings. The club of art lovers and historical restoration is visited by schoolchildren, who plan to continue their admission to creative colleges.
In the 8-9 grades, the students of St George'sSchool undergo a course of subjects that allow them to obtain a certificate of compulsory secondary education. To do this, it is necessary to master mathematics, English and a foreign language in a compulsory order for two years and select subjects for further study. The GCSE certificate can specify up to 5 preferred sciences and 3 mandatory.
In classrooms and laboratory classrooms, students learn history, chemistry, English literature, physics, German language and biology. As a foreign language it is possible to pass Spanish or French. Acadmemory studies music, ІТ, geography and a complex of subjects of the sphere of art.
After passing the unified national examination for the classical requirements of British education, students receive the GCSE certificate and switch to pre-university programs.
The main advantage of entering the IB program is the opportunity to equate the national education systems of any country of the world to the British system. For admission, you need a high level of English (German) language proficiency and a focus on higher education in the future.
The IB program was developed in Switzerland more than 50 years ago and is now the most sought-after among entrants. In addition to social adaptation and accustoming to another system of education, the important advantage of IV was the orientation toward personal achievements of schoolchildren, the stimulation of independence and healthy ambitions.
Academic preparation implies the passage of several mandatory courses of general orientation: methods of studying science and conducting research (TIC); Course creativity + activity (CAS); Writing a creative essay. All subjects are studied on two levels: Standard (SL) and Deepened (HL). Of the six items, half must be passed more unfolded.
The initial level of knowledge (A1, A2) is acceptable for English and German. A more complex level (B) is supposed to be studied in French and German, and for other subjects, students can choose SL or HL independently. The school provides for an intensive mastering of physics, mathematics, economics, a historical complex of subjects, chemistry, biology, and geography. For creative students, a block of knowledge on visual (visual) art has been developed, including practical lessons.
An important aspect of school life at St George's School is considered extra-curricular activities and cultural leisure for children. In addition to sports for the school program, children should choose additionally a section on interests (running, fitness, tennis, football) and devote their favorite sport several hours a week. Competitions are an integral part of school culture.
The school encourages work in thematic circles. Clubs of languages, sports leadership, chess, computer, mathematical and biological constantly operate. After lessons if desired, students can visit 1-3 mugs daily. School children publish their own newspaper, conduct Internet broadcasting. Drama and music clubs are popular among children.
There is a daytime education format at St. George School Munich, children need to live with their parents or guardians.
The school has everything necessary for effective and comfortable learning. Modern lecture classes are equipped here, there are scientific laboratories, a computer center with access to the Internet, a library with a wide range of printed and electronic publications. To relax in breaks between classes students can in the spacious hall.
Special classrooms, classes and halls are provided for electives. The sports infrastructure is represented by an athletic hall, playgrounds on the school grounds.
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