If your child leaves the after-school programme earlier than arranged before or does not attend at all, you are obliged to communicate their absence via a written excuse form, an entry into WEBUNTIS or a mail to: email@example.com until 1:00pm of the same day at the latest.
In cases of emergency pls call: 02243−32155−66
If you do not consent to your child leaving the school without supervision, they will wait for you in AULA 0.
We offer an after-school programme every day from 12:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Participation is possible for all students in the lower school. Registration takes place in the first week of the respective school year. Every year, around 100 children attend the after-school programme. The pupils are looked after by our school’s teachers, have a large selection of games and other sports- and leisure equipment and, depending on the weather, can use the outdoor area of the school.
Lunch time, quiet study and homework, courses, as well as free and play times are fixed in the timetable.
6th period (12.45 — 13.35)
The children come to the room of the after-school programme on their own and register. Important: The pupils are not picked up in their classrooms!
During this period, the students eat together and have free time.
7th period (13.40 — 14.30)
Children who have had six hours of lessons in the morning go to their assigned classroom and announce their arrival. During this hour, the children eat, do homework or otherwise prepare for school, play, or attend a course (available courses in the after-school programme: creative arts, sports, music, maths; the fixed registration for the courses takes place at the beginning of the school year, the lists hang in the room of the after-school programme).
8th period (14.35 — 15.25)
The 8th period is homework and quiet study time for all children in their allocated classrooms. Please give your child a notebook where they can write down all the homework of the day, so that we can have an overview of what your child should do.
9th period (15.30 — 16.20)
The children can still do homework, play, paint, do handicrafts or attend a course.
10th period (16.25 — 17.00)
Experience has shown that there are only a few children left in the after-school programme in the 10th period. They can work freely in the after-school programme room under the supervision of the teachers present.
The after-school programme ends at 5 p.m. Your child may only be picked up by the legal guardian. Except: With written permission (see registration), your child may go home alone or be picked up by authorized persons. In the event of changes, please contact Mag. Wilhelm Joos (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In the first weeks at a new big school, your child has to process a multitude of new impressions. There are also different regulations in view of the current situation. The after-school programme brings a lot of additional information with it, but it also helps your child to get used to the new school environment and the benefit of a nurturing social environment. Please take time for your child’s feedback, contact us quickly if anything is unclear or if you have concerns, and encourage your child to do the same. Contact persons are all teachers of the after-school programme and Mag. Wilhelm Joos, the head of the after-school programme.
Current prices per month
• 5 days a week: € 88
• 4 days a week: € 70.40
• 3 days a week: € 52.80
• 2 days a week: € 35.20
• 1 day per week: € 26.40
Information without guarantee – we reserve the right to change the prices from those stated above.
Courses in the After-School Programme
This schoolyear 2021/22 the following courses are offered in the after-school programme:
Monday, 7th period: Creative Design (Prof. Frass-Knierzinger); Music (Prof. Exel)
Tuesday 7th period: Creative Design (Prof. Bischof); Music (Prof. Exel)
Tuesday 9th period: Creative Design (Prof. Nagy-Rumpf)
Wednesday 7th period: Creative Design (Prof. Schöttner)
Thursday 7th period: Creative Design (Prof. Binder)
Friday 7th period: Creative Design (Prof. Bischof)
Students are requested to register for the courses until the 17th of September. For that, please use the lists displayed in the After-School Programme room.
Information on the “supervised lunch break” (BMP)
The “supervised lunch break” and the “after-school programme” are two different services at our school. As students in our 1st and 2nd years are not allowed by law to roam unsupervised in the school building. The supervised lunch break ensures that these children are properly looked after if they cannot yet go home. The supervised lunch break is free of charge and can be used on a maximum of two afternoons per week. If your child is registered in the after-school programme, you do not have to register them for the supervised lunch break on that day, as this would mean double care (if the timetable requires care in the 5th period, please contact : email@example.com).
If your child would like to have a hot lunch at the school buffet on one or more days of the after-school programme (menu price: 6 €), please pre-order by Tuesday of the previous week. You can refer to the current menu plan online or at the school buffet (every day, you can choose between a meal with meat and a vegetarian option).