Successful evaluation report for KIBS Hannover

We are delighted about the successful evaluation of our bilingual school by Wolfgang Schnitzler. Mr Schnitzler, now retired, was a language inspector of school German schools overseas. He has audited our language learning structures and outcomes and has commented that they are modern, cooperative and student centered with a high level of lessons following the latest methodological and pedagogical research developments.

“We are proud of this outcome and feel affirmed in our concept – particularly by the statement in the report that we could be an exemplary for other schools”, says Andreas Schraknepper, Head of Schools Division. Grades 4 and 5 were audited and evaluated in German and English. Mr Schnitzler also observed classes in geography and topic. Our school got consistently positive results, particularly noted was the concurrence of language proficiency and use.

Also particularly pleasing is the observation that a high level of trust exists between students and teachers – and that the students identify with “our” school.
“At KIBS we see the raising of standards and quality management as an on-going and developing processes”, says Mr Schraknepper. “We welcome external inspections and quality evaluations as a way of helping us to be continually improving the education that we offer to our students.”

KIBS is excited about winning the first prize

As winner of “Fair Bringt Mehr”, Kämmer International Bilingual School (KIBS) received a 400€ award during an award ceremony held in the AWD Arena on Friday 6th May. KIBS Art teacher, Violet Witte who organized the activity which won the award, said that the children were delighted to have won. Miss Witte attended the ceremony together with KIBS deputy head, Hannah Jüchter, and eight children representing their classes.
The winner for the whole of Niedersachsen will be elected on 1st June.

First School day

Luftballons steigen am ersten Schultag in die LüftePoems were recited by Grade 4 pupils, a welcome song was sung by Grade 3 and 4 pupils and a Circus Skills demonstration given by children who attend the school’s Circus Club. Then senior pupils welcomed them to KIBS with a fresh sunflower to make it an unforgettable day. Following a visit to their new class rooms, the school starters launched balloons with their names written on the attached Finders Cards.

Die Schüler pflanzen gemeinsam einen BaumThe new girls and boys in Grade 5 had a lot of fun together with numerous guests. The highlight of the programme was the planting of a Gingko Tree. Its characteristic is robustness. A goal that all the pupils want to achieve with commitment to school and hard work.