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Phorms Education, Frankfurt City:
Phorms Education is an internationally-minded private school in the Holzhausen district of Frankfurt City, in the Hesse region of West-Central Germany. We currently offer whole-day bilingual education in German and English for students at primary-school level from Grades 1 - 4 and further expansion is planned. We also work closely with the Phorms Education Taunus campus which is only 20 minutes from Frankfurt city centre and offers kindergarten, primary and secondary school programs.

We place particular emphasis in differentiated learning, the fostering of individual abilities and talents. In this regard, the Hessen Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs has awarded us the “Quality mark for schools which offer particular support to highly gifted students”.

Courses / Programs:

Photo of International School in Frankfurt, Germany- Bilingual primary school education (German / English) for children in Grades 1 - 4

The curriculum taught in our private school is based on the outline curriculum of the federal state of Hessen. We also use the Cambridge International Primary Programme (CIPP) in the subjects English, mathematics and science. Our students are taught bilingually according to the immersion concept (German-English).

Our Philosophy:
We nurture our students minds in the development of independent thinkers. In educating students we seek to retain their optimism, provide guidance for the curiosity they display and impart a feeling for diverse opportunities in life. Our aim is to create an awareness for the diversity of languages and cultures and instill a sense of environmental obligation.

We teach children and young people to understand the world in all its cultural and linguistic diversity, local characteristics and global contexts. We allow each child to be different. We foster individual talents and interests to enable our students to remain self-confident and inquisitive. We are a community. We learn together and show one another respect and do so within a whole-day school environment.

Location:

Our school is situated in a quiet side street in the Holzhausen district, a leafy residential area near Frankfurt city centre and in the immediate vicinity of the idyllic Holzhausen Park. We are located in one of the most international and culturally interesting metropolises in Germany. This is a privilege from which we regularly benefit in the work we undertake with our students.

Frankfurt offers a plethora of ideas for project-related teaching, artistic and architectural excursions and the study of history, technology and science in the form of attractions such as the Museum District, the Frankfurt Zoo and the Palmengarten, and our teaching staff make full use of these opportunities. At the same time, the quiet and leafy Holzhausen District creates ideal conditions for concentrated and detailed learning.

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Address: Fürstenbergerstraße 3-9, 60322 Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2021-10-21 were from:

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