Köpenzeile, Berlin, Berlin, 12557, Germany
Q2: What is the age range of children in the school / organisation?
0-3, 3-6, 6-12, 12-15, 15-18,
Montessori Foundation runs 6 schools in Berlin,
Q3: What is the number of children in each of the age ranges?
Q4: How is the school / organisation funded?
Fee paying, State funded, Funded by local government , fundraising
Q5: What year was the adolescent (age 12+) organisation/ school established or when it is planned to start?
Jugendschule Strausberg was established in 2012, initially run by Freie Montessori Schule Berlin. Starting from 2016 the foundation will take the responsibility to develop the project based on Maria Montessoris ideas for secondary education / Erdkinderplan. At the moment 2 schools are cooperating.
Q6: Are students together in mixed age groups?
Q7: What is the school / organisation policy about accepting children without previous Montessori experience to the adolescent programme?
usually students with Montessori experience in MM primary schools
Q8: What are the arrangements regarding boarding?
Q9: Which of the following best describes the location of your school / organisation?
Q10: Would you describe your school / organization as land based?
Q11: What qualifications are offered at 16?
Q12: What qualifications are offered at 18?
Q13: Which teaching approaches are used?
Experiential learning, Individual research,
students work at the place usually on Fridays. Work is not yet connected to school – the plan is to develop Jugendschule / Erdkinderplan further for 2- 5 day boarding with plan for study and work at the place.
information online: www.jugendschulestrausberg.de, www.montessoristiftung. de/projekte/strausberg
Q14: Are the young people linked into the local community?