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Phorms Education, Berlin:
Phorms Education provides a private and international school in the green district of Zehlendorf in Berlin, Germany. Campus Berlin Süd is a city campus set in leafy surroundings offering whole-day bilingual education in German and English. Over 500 students attend our Nursery, Primary and Secondary School. We teach children and young people to understand the world in all its cultural and linguistic diversity, local characteristics and global contexts. Our children, teachers and parents all very much enjoy the family atmosphere we have created. We seek to maintain an environment which is cosmopolitan, warm and welcoming.

Photo of International School in BerlinNursery School:
We provide age-homogeneous groups for children aged 2 upwards. Each group is looked after by two or three childcare specialists, including at least one person who speaks German and one person whose native language is English. This enables the children to learn both languages within a natural environment.

Fostering the healthy development of the children in our care is at the heart of everything we do. For this reason, we usually spend one day a week visiting the forest, either going to the nearby Grunewald or the wooded Heinrich Laehr Park for a so-called Adventure Day including meals.

Alongside the emphasis we place on nature, we also give a special focus to movement and creativity. We sing a great deal, undertake sporting activities and do artwork. Sport, music and art are generally taught once a week in specially designated rooms. We use the cultural amenities Berlin has to offer to organise a wide range of excursions.

Primary School:
- Curriculum of the Federal State of Berlin
- Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP)
- Extensive afternoon programme covering Sports, Music and Art
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Our students are taught bilingually according to the immersion concept (German-English). The curriculum at our private school taught is based on the outline curriculum of the federal state of Berlin. We also use the Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) which was developed in 2005 for use in the subjects of English, mathematics and science at primary school level. It provides curricula, tests and didactic methods for the individual levels within the class. The programme displays a good degree of compatibility with local German outline curricula and helps us to ensure quality of teaching. Using the CIPP enables us to provide our students with good foundations for study and work abroad at a later stage.

Secondary School:
- Curriculum of the Federal State of Berlin
- Advanced Placement Programme
- MSA and Abitur
- Extensive afternoon programme covering Sports, Music and Art
- Holiday Programme

The curriculum of our private school is based on the framework curriculum of the State of Berlin. We also use international curricular standards as a basis for teaching methodological competence and for imparting a sense of international alignment. The students study in English and German according to the so-called immersion method.

Bilingual Education (German - English):
Students who have been learning in a bilingual environment for many years perform at an above-average level in foreign languages, in their own mother tongue and in other subjects. Bilingualism promotes the cognitive development of children in such areas as awareness of language, creativity and flexible thinking.

Most of the teaching at our primary school takes place in English. Teachers deliver the lesson content at native speaker level in accordance with the immersion method. This means that teaching staff speak in the foreign language at all times, which pictures, gestures and symbols being used to support student understanding. This enables the children to learn a foreign language in a play-based manner and in a completely natural way within a wide range of contexts.

Our secondary school continues the bilingual concept introduced at nursery school and primary school. Teaching takes place in accordance with the immersion method, which means that all content is delivered exclusively in either German or English. Our secondary school students have no difficulty in following specialist content taught in English and are also able to discuss, write and give presentations in the English language.

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Address: Harry-S.-Truman-Allee 3A, Berlin, Germany
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2021-10-21 were from:

Frankfurt am Main;   Berlin;   Obertshausen, Germany;   Riyadh, Saudi Arabia;   Kolkata, India;   Reykjavík, Iceland;   Mannheim;   Munich;   Nonthaburi, Thailand;   chennai, India;   and more.
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Phorms Education Campus München
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Phorms Education in Munich in the Bavarian region of Southern Germany offers whole-day bilingual education in German and English for nursery school, primary school and secondary school. Our private school is housed in a wonderful building in the Bogenhausen district of Munich.

We place great value in offering our students individual and intensive support. Our teachers also encourage the children to take part in extra-curricular activities such as music, Olympics training and reading competitions as well as the “Children’s University” operated by Munich University. We support our grammar school students by providing an individual mentoring programme.

Alongside this individual activities, we also attach great importance to the comprehensive bilingual education the children receive. Our students become fully fluent in both German and English. A second foreign language is also mandatory at secondary school, where students choose either French or Latin. Students of grade 8 may opt to take Spanish as a third foreign language or choose Economics and Business Informatics.
We offer whole-day bilingual education in German and English for:

- Nursery School
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International School Hamburg
Courses / Programs
Located in Gross Flottbek, in the Altona district of northwest Hamburg in northern Germany, the International School Hamburg is a co-educational day school for Primary 1 (age 3) to Grade 12. The school was founded in 1957 as the first international school in Germany and offers an early childhood program, junior and senior school with programs taught primarily in English, the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, a special needs department and English as a Second Language.

The International School Hamburg has been offering the International Baccalaureate (IB) since 1979. It is recognised as a pre-university course and is designed to facilitate the mobility of students and to promote international understanding. The International School Hamburg exists to provide and international education conducted primarily in English for members of the expatriate and internationally mobile German communities resident in Hamburg. ISH is a member of the European Council of International School, the North-West European Council of International Schools, the Association of German International Schools, and the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
- Day Programs from primary 1 (age 3) to Grade 12
- Programs are taught primarily in English
- International Baccalaureate (IB) Program
- Early Childhood Program
- Junior School
- Senior School
- English as a Second Language Classes
- Special Need Department for small group learning
International School Hannover Region, Hannover
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The International School Hannover Region is a co-educational day school enrolling students from Kindergarten (age 3) to grade 12 situated in Hannover, northern Germany. ISHR is the only International School in Lower Saxony following all three IB (International Baccalaureate) programmes: the PYP, the MYP and the IB Diploma Programme.

The International School Hannover Region is an independent school, which serves the multi-national community of the city of Hannover and its surrounding areas. ISHR belongs to the European Council of International Schools (ECIS), and to the Association of German International Schools (AGIS). In Germany the school has the status of a state recognized “Ergänzungsschule”.
Early Years Programme; Primary Years Programme; Middle Years Programme; International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB). Programmes are taught in English.
International School Villa Amalienhof, Berlin
Courses / Programs
Conveniently situated in the Spandau area to the west of Berlin, International School Villa Amalienhof (ISVA) is a day school which follows the National Curriculum of England and Wales and the Berliner Rahmenlehrplan. We offer exclusive, quality education from primary school to sixth form to local and international children. In addition we have a bilingual Early Years Centre for children aged 2-5 which follows the Early Years Foundation Stage and the Berliner Bildungsplan.

The children are taught in friendly, modern, well-equipped classrooms. International School Villa Amalienhof’s facilities include two libraries, a science laboratory and two IT suites. Most classrooms are equipped with an interactive whiteboard and a computer.

Over 25 different nationalities make up the student body at the International School Villa Amalienhof. The children learn from each other, furthermore cultural awareness, tolerance, open communication and cosmopolitanism are taught. We want our students to become global citizens.
- Bilingual Early Years Center for children (ages 2-5)
- Primary School
- Secondary School
- Sixth Form

In our bilingual stream we are planning to introduce internationally recognised university entrance courses (International Baccalaureate and bilingual Abitur) to our 6th Form students.

ISVA offers the unique possibility in Berlin of studying the English National Curriculum and following IGCSEs with A-Levels.
Bonn International School (BIS), Bonn
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Bonn International School (BIS) is an independent, self-supporting, nonprofit association, located in Bonn, Germany. BIS was created in 1997 from the merger of 3 well-established and successful schools in Bonn: The Bonn American High School, the British High School Bonn, and the Bonn American Elementary School.

BIS offers an English language program for children ages 3-18, starting with kindergarten/nursery school in our Early Learning Programme and continuing through to Grade 12. BIS is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB), the Council of International Schools (ECIS) and the New England Association of School and Colleges. BIS is a long-standing member of the Association of German International Schools (AGIS).
IB Primary Years Programme starting for children age 3 and going to Grade 5; IB Middle Years Programme for Grades 6 - 10; IB Diploma Years Programme for Grades 11 - 12; International Baccalaureate Diploma. Classes are taught in English.
Berlin British School
Courses / Programs
Berlin British School (BBS) is an independent, international English-speaking school for children ages 3 to 18 years, centrally located on three sites in the borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, serving the international community of Berlin-Brandenburg. The school accepts applications for admission at any time in the academic year and any level of entry except at the start of or during Year 11 (10th Grade) and 13 (12th Grade).

The academic programme at BBS is based on the English National Curriculum and prepares students for the IGCSE and the IB Diploma. Both qualifications are recognised and respected in Germany, as well as internationally. The pass rate for IGCSE and IB is almost 100%, which reflects the high academic standards of the school.

The language of instruction is English, with German tuition provided for native and non native speakers. BBS provides individual attention in small classes. An IB world school and certified by the Cambridge International Examsboard, BBS is an accredited member of COBIS (Council Of British International Schools) and ECIS (European Council Of International Schools).
Education Programs (Based on the English National Curriculum)

- Early Years (Nursery, reception & preschool): Structured learning from the age of 3 years.

- Primary School: At the completion of Year 1, pupils join the Primary School.

- Secondary School: Public exams in IGCSE (at 16 years) and (at 18 years) in the IB (International Baccalaureate) Diploma, the equivalent of the German Abitur or British A Levels.

Also: Extracurricular programme, after school care & school holiday vacation care.