DAY CENTRES, INCLUSIVE PRIMARY SCHOOL, CURATIVE EDUCATION DAY CENTRE, EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, SCHOOL BOARDING HOUSE

Instruction & Education

Instruction & Education

Luise-Kiesselbach-Förderschule
(Educational School for Children with Special Needs)

Focus on physical development and motor skills

Nursery-school domain, Pre-School Facility (from age 4 until entering school)

Targeted preparation for a successful school entrance through initiation of school-relevant skills, such as
  • Independence and social learning
  • Concentration and endurance
  • Speech and augmentative and alternative communication

Primary School (Grades 1-4)

  • Diagnosis for special-needs class possible (classes/grades 1, 1A, and 2)
  • German, mathematics, social studies
  • Music, art, workshop, ethics, religion, and physical education

Middle School (Grades 5-9)

  • Fundamental courses
  • Nutrition and social studies
  • Work placements for orientation
  • Targeted preparation for the transition “School and Career”
  • History, politics, geography
  • Nature and technology
  • English
  • Computer sciences

Vocational School (Grades 10-12)

3 years of full-time schooling to meet the vocational-school requirements, with the learning sections of:

  • Work and profession
  • Leisure
  • Living in society
  • Mobility
  • Personal and social relationships
  • Residential living
  • Sports and movement
  • Religion/ethics

Our school concept

  • Structured daily and weekly schedule: instruction, therapies, and time in the curative education day centre are integrated into a daily and weekly schedule aligned with the needs of the child
  • Space “Islands” consisting of classroom, curative-education room, resting room, and therapy room
  • Interdisciplinary team, consisting of the professional groups in special-needs school, (curative) education, therapy, and other specialists, collaborate within the Island team
  • Integrative teaching in multi-grade and multi-curriculum classes
  • Various reference curricula: master curriculum for the focus of development learning
  • Curriculum for the focus of mental development
  • Differentiated instruction in small groups with similar performance
  • Developmental-diagnostic instruction based on individual development plans
  • Development of senses, motor skills, and education for children and youths with complex impairments
  • Therapy offerings: occupational, speech, and physiotherapy
  • Sports and swimming in collaboration with physiotherapy
  • Stay in our school boarding house upon request
  • Comprehensive holiday care provided by the curative education day centre (closed for only 3 weeks per year)
  • Potential transition to the inclusive Luise Kiesselbach Grundschule (primary school)
  • Option for a diploma in the developmental focus area of learning
  • Partnership with the Luise Kiesselbach Förderberufsschule (vocational school for youths with special needs); extended education path up to secondary-school diploma (Mittelschule)
  • Pupil transport by taxi service
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Your contacts

Förderzentrum körperlich-motorische Entwicklung und Berufsschule zur sonderpädagogischen Förderung

Wolfgang Meierhofer

Headmaster/Headmistress of the Luise Kiesselbach Schools

Reinhilde Hermann

Deputy/Enrolment

Margit Höglinger

Administrative office of the of the Luise Kiesselbach Schools

Every child receives the instruction they need.

“Our classes at the Luise Kiesselbach School are taught in a community, are based on the pupils’ life environment and oriented towards the acquisition of capabilities. We strive to design our instruction in a way that satisfies the needs of each and every one of our pupils.”

Kai Habenreich
Teacher at the Luise-Kiesselbach-Förderschule

Every child receives the instruction they need.

“Our classes at the Luise Kiesselbach School are taught in a community, are based on the pupils’ life environment and oriented towards the acquisition of capabilities. We strive to design our instruction in a way that satisfies the needs of each and every one of our pupils.”

Kai Habenreich
Teacher at the Luise-Kiesselbach-Förderschule