They distract from the lesson. During the break, children should communicate with each other or relax and not play on their cell phones.
If contact is necessary, the telephone in the secretary's office is available or a teacher can be contacted.
After classes, there is homework supervision and then free time supervision. In addition, all-day activities (GTA) are offered.
Textbooks can be borrowed for a small fee.
Cancel it by phone before the first class and also remember to cancel the meal. A written excuse must be submitted.
Everyone is responsible for catching up on missed material. It is best to assign a reliable classmate to act as a facilitator. For more extensive absences, transcripts can also be copied at school.
Missed work will be made up. Dates are set by the subject teacher.
For illness lasting three days or more, a written excuse from the parent or guardian must be submitted. If the illness lasts longer than one week, a sick bill from the doctor. Deviations from this rule, e.g. in the case of frequent absences, can be decided by the class teacher.
After one week.
Yes, because children need exercise and also want it. Besides, fresh air is good for them and breakfast tastes better. In case of very bad weather conditions, the stay in the school is possible.
Usually 30 minutes.
Yes, students may leave non-essential work materials at school.
No change is planned in the current school year, as the participant capacities per GTA are limited. In exceptional cases, it is possible to change after prior consultation with the GTA leader of the GTA attended or the leader of the planned GTA. However, the change must be confirmed once again in writing in the secretary's office with an informal letter.
This is always at the discretion of the teacher. Generally, homework is done in the after-school care center. However, there is also long-term homework such as creating posters, learning poetry or preparing lectures, which of course must be done together with the parents at home. The same applies to learning before larger class tests.
The evaluation scale is uniform for the SIS schools and is based on the provisions of the school regulations in Saxony. It can be viewed at the subject teacher or is handed out by the class teacher.
The basis for awarding the head grades (conduct, diligence, cooperation, order) is the regulation of the Saxon State Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs on elementary schools in the Free State of Saxony (SOGS), §15. Each subject teacher enters his or her proposal, in the grade conference is then discussed about disputes and then a determination of the head grades is made.
Collection can only take place after the official issue date and by prior arrangement in the secretary's office.
There are several possibilities, e.g. membership in the school association, support at festivals and celebrations, assistance with work assignments, through monetary or material donations or with your own creative ideas.
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