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„We want our children to become independent, worldly and confident individuals.“
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                                        „Cool. Sort of like Superman?“                                                                         

The Erasmus primary school's role is clearly defined as a place to play, learn and develop.

Obviously, the measurable performance of pupils is important. That is why we voluntarily participate in the standardised tests offered by the Hessian Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs and our children generally get very good results in these. However, we place the same importance on the academic performances of the children as well as the development of their personalities as individuals. Something that is very important to us: From a wide range of diverse opportunities for individual enrichment, further developed in our team school approach, experiencing cultural diversity and learning what environmental responsibility is in practice.

In this day and age, a really good school has to be open to more than just teachers and children.

For example, when the school library is built and run by parents, this creates a great sense of identification with and empathy for the place where the children live and learn on a daily basis. Our various afternoon programmes offered through external partners, like yoga for children, create inspiration from outside. And when the pupils are required to wear school uniforms, this creates a sense of community without envy.

Parents best learn what is good for their children when they participate in parental work at school.

We experience the Erasmus school as a vibrant community that is not only open to collaborating with external partners but actively seeks it. Parental work has always been a part of our school. Parents see this not as an obligation, but as an opportunity to get to know their children's school life at first hand, and to actively help form it. It is a chance to exchange ideas and even make friends. Many parents implement their professional expertise and contribute individually and in a multitude of ways to making our school unique and vibrant. Members of the parents' association of the Erasmus school function as intermediaries between the parents, the school and our sponsor, taking on communicative and other significant responsibilities.

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„We advocate the unity of job and family. But we also advocate active parental involvement in the school.“
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               „Ok. But please do not let dad teach maths. Promise?!“                                          

Our Golden Rules were jointly developed by teachers, parents, the school administration and the children.

Communities work when everyone knows and plays by the rules. For children this is a key learning process, which helps them to develop their personalities within the context of the group. That is why we have created our Golden Rules, a contract which instills an awareness of responsibility and a positive attitude in our daily school routine.