EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT (SPB) / AFTER-SCHOOL CARE
In addition to the lessons, it is also possible to use our after-school care center, which is also coordinated by the provider.
The after-school care center is located on the ground floor in the middle wing of our school building (virtually next to the school children’s entrance). We offer a total of four large themed rooms in which children can be creative and active.
A renovation of all after-school care rooms is currently being worked on. Together with the children and an external furniture supplier, we are in the process of making the rooms even more creative, comfortable and active.
When the weather is good, we also use our large schoolyard. Together with the educators they play, romp and do handicrafts.
There are three care modules for the Hort:
Early (6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.),
Medium (1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.) and
Late (4pm to 6pm).
IMPORTANT if you use the after-school care: Please always register your child for the early or late after-school care so that we know who is there and who has been picked up.
HOW CAN I USE THE HORT?
In order to be able to use the after-school care center, you must first apply for a after-school care center voucher (also known as an ‘application for supplementary support and care at the all-day school’) from the youth welfare office. You can find application forms here , download them, fill them out and send them to the youth welfare office.
Please submit the approved requirement form to the socio-educational area of our school (the after-school care center has its office in room S11) – everything else will then be arranged there.
Childcare is free of charge for first and second graders in the monolingual classes from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Likewise for all children of the SESB classes.
Please make sure your after-school care voucher is valid. As a rule, these are only valid for two years and must then be re-applied for. It is important that you always make sure that your voucher is up to date, because unfortunately we cannot care for children with expired after-school care vouchers.
Quentin Blake Primary School has an integration team for children with special needs. Integration educators take care of these children individually for a few hours.
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In order to be able to provide our pupils and families with further childcare options, we work together with an independent carrier in the educational sector. This carrier is responsible for the educators, hires them and coordinates their work at our school. Every class in grades one to four at our school has a reference teacher who takes special care of the needs of the children in this class. The educators are also responsible for the teaching unit ‘UeA’, which means ‘unterrichtsergänzendes Angebot’ (supplementary offer). Here the needs of the class are addressed and/or projects are worked on that were designed to accompany the lessons.
Educational support (Hort)