The primary school is divided into grades 1 to 4 and the children are usually between six and ten years old.
Classes usually start at 8:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 p.m. for grades 1 and 2, and 1:00 p.m. for grades 3 and 4.
The primary school introduces the children to school learning and lays the foundation for further school education. The lessons take place in the learning areas of mathematics, German, subject teaching, integrated foreign language work, religion / ethics, music, sports and visual arts / textile design / work. A maximum of 24 pupils are taught in primary school classes.
The elementary school is completed with the successful attendance of grade 4. At the end of the fourth year of school, the school recommends that the child should continue to attend school. This recommendation is of an advisory nature and is discussed with the parents. They decide which school their child will attend after primary school parents.
Successful completion of primary school entitles you to attend any type of secondary school. These include high schools, integrated comprehensive schools and junior high schools plus.
A total of 25 primary schools exist in the city of Koblenz.
Here you can get brief information about childcare and all-day school.
Classification of primary school districts
There is also the option of displaying the respective primary school district and the contact details of the primary school via the geoportal (interactive city map) by entering the place of residence.
The "Elementary school at the Löwentor“Is one of two state elementary schools in the Karthausen district of Koblenz.
We are a small primary school where modern learning can take place in a family atmosphere.
Traditional learning with book, booklet and blackboard takes place with us as well as working with tablet and PC.
Our forms of work take into account both the needs of the individual child and joint learning.
We have between 90 and 100 students in 6 classes.
Our teaching staff consists of approx. 8 teachers.
We are a half-day primary school with daily childcare until 2 p.m..
The Elementary school Arenberg, is a single elementary school with approx. 80 pupils.
We are a project school on “Media literacy makes school”.
In our school, cross-class working groups are offered, in sports, music, art and theater.
We have the following childcare options:
- The municipal support from 7:15 am to 7:50 am and from 12:15 pm to 2:00 pm
- Extended support until 4 p.m. (depending on the number of registrations) by the MyPlace Schools Out-Club
- Daily homework support and language support after class
The Arzheim primary school is a full half-day school with about 90 children. After school, the children are looked after until 2 p.m..
Other characteristics of our school are:
- Cooperation with the kindergarten
- Design of the transitions / schooling ritual
- Cross-class learning and partying
- Extra-curricular events, places of learning for further experiences
- Reading day with reading competition for the 3rd and 4th grades
- Learning sponsorship project "Bürgerstiftung"
- Musical education: instrumental lessons (flute, Orff instruments)
- Teamwork with indiv >Our daily work focuses on increasing our students’ reading skills and learning to be polite and as conflict-free as possible. Here we see ourselves with the parents as a team to achieve these goals.
The Asterstein primary school is a two-level elementary and focus school in the school center on the Asterstein. 9 primary school teachers, together with 3 support teachers, teach around 150 children in 8 classes.
We are actively supported by our integration specialists, the school parents’ advisory board, the support association and the staff of the supervising primary school. Afternoon care is organized by the Catholic family education center in Koblenz. There is also the possibility to look after children until 4 p.m..
The Asterstein primary school is a focus school in which impaired and non-impaired pupils are trained together in classes.
Our concept knows no pure integration classes, we promote and differentiate within the class.
For this purpose, the classes are supervised by two teachers in about a third of the hours.
In addition, there are further support offers for small groups in various areas (e.g. auditory perception, support hours in mathematics and German, sports and motor skills support).
Our classes are equipped with interactive whiteboards almost all the time, we use a school-owned gymnasium and swimming pool and modern tablets.
The St.Castor primary school In the middle of the old town on the German corner there are around 120 children from around 20 nations who learn, live and celebrate together. It is an all-day school with the possibility of afternoon care.
The lessons include shaped by the experience of the SINUS project. Regular projects take place with BIM, JeKisS, the Rheinische Philharmonie, vhs, learning mentors, the Spielehaus and the Garten Herlet. Every year an in-house musical AG is offered, which includes occurs in the Eltzerhof Foundation and neighboring schools.
The Elementary school Ehrenbreitstein is a unique primary school in the heart of the town center of Ehrenbreitstein. The historic school building, which was newly built in 1992, offers plenty of space for the approx. 53 children from different nations who attend school in four classes. Each child can be individually encouraged and challenged here. Five teachers are currently working together with the school management. The school has a competent school social worker for external help and advice to parents and children. The school sees itself as a school for all children. Differentiation, individualization, independent learning and value education are the pedagogical priorities of the primary school.
The sustainable implementation of health education and dynamic learning is reflected in the regular participation in the Class 2000 program and the EU School Fruit Scheme. We have firmly established singing together with the JeKisS project (each child’s voice) together with the Koblenz Music School
The Primary school Güls is a two- to three-course elementary school in the Koblenz-Güls district of the Moselle. Our students come from Güls and Bisholder.
In addition to our children’s efforts to enable them to learn independently, our mission statement also focuses on health and personality education. We would like to lay the foundation for independent, discovering, acting learning and cooperative work.
Since the new construction of our school in 2013, we have been offering an all-day school day in the form of an offer. In the diverse range of afternoons, there are regular collaborations with local associations and various institutions. The accompanying primary school, which is a voluntary service provided by the school authority, is intended to enable our parents to have a better relationship between family and work. We are in close cooperation with the local Kappa Rappelkiste and the Kita St. Servatius, which also has a day care center. Our lively school community regularly enriches young people who actively support our daily work as part of a voluntary social year.
The historic brick house of the Joseph Mendelssohn school Horchheim is home to a modern and educational place to live and study with a warm and open school community.
Our goal is to offer all children the same educational opportunities regardless of their individual requirements or their current life situation. Seasonal, sporting, religious, community and project-oriented celebrations and events accompany our cooperation and learning. There are numerous working groups and cooperations with the state sports association, the music school, the forest eco-station, the prevention project, the district library, the Koblenz office foundation (learning sponsors), the senior center and child and youth welfare.
We offer care from 7.30 a.m. After class, the children can be looked after from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., or until 4 p.m..
The Elementary school Immendorf (approx. 60 pupils) is located on the outskirts of the city of Koblenz in the Immendorf district. Our students can develop and develop in a family atmosphere. We attach great importance to a pleasant learning environment in which all students feel comfortable and safe.
6 teachers teach in our 4 classes. There is a daily childcare offer as well 3 times weekly qualified homework supervision.
Since the school year 2017/2018 we have been a “media competence school”; that means we use new media in a targeted way in the classroom.
The Kesselheim primary school is a small, unique primary school attended by around 80 children from many nations. This is why Arabic classes take place on this GS on Saturdays.
The GS Kesselheim is a training school for trainee lawyers and is active in the training of students in internships or in cooperation with the university (Konecs). In addition, currently three sponsors of the community foundation at the school.
Homework help is offered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The school has been participating in the state project since the 2018/2019 school year "Media literacy goes to school" part. At lunchtime, the students can be looked after until 2 p.m..
The Elementary school lay is located in the homonymous district of Koblenz. Around 50 schoolchildren are taught here in classes 1 to 4. After the regular classes there is an attending primary school until 2 p.m. for pupils registered there.
In addition to the four classrooms and the primary school, the school building also has a work room in the basement and an assembly hall. It is used for festivities, parent meetings and also for physical education. The school also has the large sports hall “Legia Hall” at its disposal. The school yard is currently being renovated and has already been equipped with new soccer goals, raised beds and additional seating, and a climbing frame will follow this school year. On the adjacent school meadow there is a pond that invites you to observe nature.
The teaching at the Lay primary school is very lively and promotes the individual development of our students. We carry out various projects, for which we always welcome external experts (e.g. health prevention project class 2000), offer working groups (flutes, nature, school newspaper) and use laptops and 2 smartboards for contemporary teaching. We are enthusiastic about sports and take part in various sports competitions. We are also networked with local associations and annually perform a Christmas play on senior citizens’ afternoons, to name just one example.
Regular visits to children’s concerts, to the theater, to the cinema or from authors to readings complement our cultural commitment. Thanks to the cooperation with the local daycare center, the school newcomers experience a smooth transition into everyday school life. We value the open exchange with parents and are happy to involve them in school life.
All these aspects contribute to the fact that Lay elementary school is a place of learning for our students, where they feel comfortable and which helps them to discover and understand their world.
The Rainbow primary school 2 – 3-speed elementary school, which is located in the Koblenz Lützel district. Our school is visited by children from many different nations who enrich school life with their different cultural backgrounds. Our school conveys knowledge, values, norms and attitudes that should give the child orientation and help for independent and independent action.
In order to achieve all of our goals, in addition to the main building with the classrooms, we have our own gymnasium, an annex (rainbow house) where lunch takes place and a completely redesigned school yard.
We have been offering all-day offers since 2002. Here our school opens up to extracurricular partners. In various offers, the children receive a wide range of experiences that help them to get to know their strengths and weaknesses. The accompanying primary school is supposed to enable a better agreement between family and work as a voluntary service of the school authority. For a few years now, we have been working with young people who are doing their voluntary social year here. They support the children and colleagues in various areas.
In the catchment area of the Elementary school Metternich-Oberdorf there are extracurricular facilities such as two day care centers, the University of Koblenz-Landau, the Federal Armed Forces Central Hospital and numerous companies and businesses. All of these institutions act as cooperation partners in a variety of ways, thereby shaping life in our school to a special degree.
In addition, the Metternich associations enrich us through cooperative cooperation.
In cooperation with the music school of the city of Koblenz we take part in the project "Learn music like your mother tongue" part. Two flute groups meet on Tuesdays to play together, piano lessons are offered for an entire afternoon.
The primary school has a very dedicated school parents’ council, which strongly supports the entire school community in their projects. In addition, the actively helping development association always finds opportunities to financially support the school with the equipment and thus to improve the learning and living environment of the children qualitatively.
Since the beginning of the school year 2011/2012, one of our two classes has been taught bilingually (German-English) at our school. This means that teaching content is taught in both German and English.
The Elementary school Metternich-Rohrerhof is a small, family school with around 75 students (increasing number of students), located in the beautiful district of Metternich.
There are 5 teachers in 5 classes, one teacher for source language teaching Albanian and one language support teacher.
- 1 school dog as a "helper on four paws": work according to the concept of animal-based pedagogy
- School social work
- Participation in the state program: Project: BISS – Reading makes you strong
- Promotion of reading skills as a pedagogical focus
- Work with GFK according to Marshall Rosenberg in all classes
- Class council as a pedagogical tool in all classes
- English from class 1 integrative in all classes
- Homework help with communication program 3 times a week
- AGs (working groups) from class 2, once a week with changing offers
- Language of origin classes: Albanian
- Language support with communication program
Cooperation with KITA St. Konrad, HOT (open house)
- Supervising primary school, Mondays – Fridays from 12 noon to 2 p.m.
- Hort: the KITA St. Konrad in the school premises
- Care of the after-school care center: Monday to Friday: until 4.30 p.m. (also during the holidays)
The Koblenz-Moselweiß primary school is a full-time, half-day school. After the end of the lesson, the pupils can attend the supervising primary school until 2 p.m..
In addition to the regular classes, we offer a voluntary choir, handball and bee group. Grades 3 and 4 take part in the JekisS project (each child’s voice).
In the village there is a spacious garden area, which we use as a school garden. There we plant different types of vegetables and fruits, observe them as they grow and finally consume our own garden products. In addition, we are supplied with school fruit once a week, which is available for children to eat during breakfast break.
In order to promote peaceful coexistence, we train children as mediators. Each class also discusses the respective class situation in the class council once a week.
In all classes, our common goal of promoting understanding is trained with a variety of exercises
The Willi-Graf-school in Koblenz-Neuendorf is the largest primary school in Koblenz and is attended by over 330 pupils who are taught by 35 teachers and over 20 full-time employees. It has been a focus school and all-day school for years.
The current focus is on promoting language and reading skills, integration and intercultural debate, and the inclusion of children with disabilities. When learning, playing and working, the children are additionally supported by support teachers, social pedagogues and language teachers.
The school is currently being modernized and will soon receive the latest technology and equipment.
The Elementary school Neukarthause is a 3 to 4-course all-day school on offer and is part of the school center on the Kartshaus. The traffic-calmed location ensures a safe way to school for all students.
Two large school playgrounds offer children plenty of space to play on new play equipment during breaks. The physical education takes place both in the sports hall and on the nearby sports field. The school offers DaZ lessons (German as a second language) for children with little knowledge of German. Particular emphasis is placed on increasing the students’ social skills through the “I-You-We” prevention program.
The Niederberg primary school is a small school in the heart of Niederberg.
We work with our students on projects such as "Math makes you strong" as well as competency training for dealing with digital media. One of our goals is to participate in the running competition of the German Athletics Association.
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The work of our team of teachers is supported by a school social worker who does social skills training with the students, a trained school dog, professional homework support and learning mentors from the Koblenz community foundation.
The Pestalozzi Elementary School was built in 1962 and is now a 2-tier elementary school in the middle of the green Goldgrube district. Around 130 children from 24 different countries are currently attending our school. We are very proud of this colorful variety and use it profitably for the learning and living space of our children.
Our motto is *Together we are strong*.
We attach great importance to meeting the students of our school at eye level. Together with the children, the legal guardians, our school social workers and all colleagues at our school, we maintain an appreciative and respectful relationship with each other. We work hand in hand with the kindergartens in our district and the after-school care center in the gold mine.
Our lessons should focus on the strengths of the children and we are constantly working on learning and working together but still individually and differentially.
In our two large schoolyards and in the green atrium, you can play and recharge your batteries during breaks and during relaxation.
We start our school day with an open beginning, here you can play, read, puzzle, talk and much more. The actual class begins at 8 a.m. It ends at 12 p.m. for first and second grade students and at 1 p.m. for third and fourth grade students.
The dispute settlement and the associated class council are important building blocks and binding components of social learning at our school.
The Elementary school Pfaffendorf works in addition to the basic education in all departments intensively in the area of media competence development.
The focus is also on natural sciences (in cooperation with the Waldöko station and a beekeeping association).
We are supported musically by the Singschule Koblenz as part of BIM.
An own school library as well as AG offers in the musical-aesthetic area are also offered.
In the afternoon (Mon to Thu) childcare beyond the attending primary school is ensured in English from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m..
The Balthasar-Neumann-School is a largely 2-level, in a year 3-level structured primary school on the Pfaffendorfer Höhe.
Children from 13 nations are to be taught in 9 classes under the principle of “personality development”. Independent learning and the independent organization of everyday school life are put in the foreground.
The team of teachers currently consists of 13 colleagues. It is very actively supported by the Maltese with volunteer helpers who take care of language support in everyday teaching as well as the social integration of many refugee children and their families in the catchment area in the afternoon in the context of voluntary working groups.
There are also collaborations with the municipal music school, the Koblenz city library, the adult education center, the Catholic family education center, local sports and tennis clubs, the parishes, the kindergartens in the catchment area and a school photographer.
The acting school parents’ council, in cooperation with the school’s support association, is very active in the interests of the children.
In the Primary school in Rübenach Around 210 pupils are taught in eleven classes. 13 teachers teach at our primary school. The cooperation is characterized by lively collegial exchange and weekly team meetings or conferences. We regularly and successfully train teachers in preparatory work.
Basically, it is our concern to promote our students in all their abilities, skills and abilities, which of course includes the sporting and musical-aesthetic area. Our self-image also includes the conscientious perception of the educational mission. Our goal is to work with the parents to promote the young people entrusted to us on their way to open-minded, tolerant and confident personalities.
We also offer the possibility for the children to receive “a daily sports lesson”. Three sports lessons then take place regularly in the class association and two more across classes with the focus on "ball sports-oriented sports lesson". The project is funded and supported ideally and financially by the Fußballverein Rheingold e. V. Rübenach and its youth foundation. The association provides the qualified staff for the additional lessons.
Our school life is characterized by many recurring events that give the children an orientation framework that guides them through the school year. This includes school enrollment with class contributions and subsequent cafeteria of the association, graduation services of the fourth grades, celebrations of the school community in the church year, an annual spring festival with Easter bazaar, Advent baking or handicraft mornings in all classes, a joint Christmas party, project days with school festival every four years and participation in football – and other sporting tournaments.
Six pedagogical staff are available daily to look after the children after class until 2 p.m. Volunteers look after children who have only recently learned the German language. The school secretary and the caretaker complete our team.
There is intensive cooperation with the kindergartens St. Mauritius and Zauberland in Rübenach and the kindergarten St. Maternus in Bubenheim. The college has set itself the goal of making the transition from kindergarten to elementary school smooth, as well as recognizing any development problems in children at an early stage and working preventively. Together with both kindergartens, a concept for cooperation that includes annual project days has been developed.
The spacious school grounds are the focus of our playful activities and also offer the opportunity to explore different facets of nature. The school’s own atrium and the school garden as well as a large meadow with old trees enrich our school. We also have a mini football field and the multi-generation facility of the Rheingold football club. e.V. Rübenach in the immediate vicinity.
In the Schenkendorfstraße school Approx. 310 pupils from the southern suburbs, from Oberwerth and from Stolzenfels are taught in 16 classes. The Schenkendorf School has been a place for learning, living, playing and all kinds of encounters for a proud 125 years.
We have been offering all-day schools since the 2013/2014 school year, and all-day students are currently learning in five rhythmized all-day classes. In addition, students also attend the all-day school additive system. Overall, the offer of
140 pupils used. Thanks to our new canteen, which was inaugurated in 2017, children can fortify themselves for the day with a healthy, fresh, warm lunch. From Monday to Thursday (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) the children bring our school to life. Participation and participation within the school community can thus be given more time and space to help shape and continue to live in the school. On Fridays, classes for the first and second classes end at 11:55 a.m. and for the third and fourth classes at 1:00 p.m. How the morning and afternoon is organized in the all-day school depends on the chosen offer. Extracurricular pedagogical staff ensure varied activities.
At the school there is also the offer of the supervising primary school. The BGS staff accompany the children in their activities. They give suggestions, listen, motivate them to play together and make sure that the children abide by the rules and develop their social skills. Warm lunches and homework supervision are not offered during the supervision period.
The school is organizationally connected to the after-school care center "Netz für Kinder".
The Schenkendorf School benefits from educational collaborations, for example with the University of Koblenz, the Volkshochschule Koblenz, the Music School Koblenz, the MittelrheinMuseum, the Neuwied study seminar and the surrounding day care centers. This diversity enables us to take many interests into account.
The sporting area is also not neglected: Cooperation with the German Football Association and the Athletics Association enrich the offer of the all-day school.
The school teams regularly reach the podium in intra-city and national competitions. The regular physical education is supplemented by swimming lessons for the third grade as well as the offer of physical education classes. Once a year, every child can put their skills to the test at the big sports festival.
The Schenkendorf School is also a musical school. All of our 3rd and 4th grade students take part in the JeKisS project (each child’s voice). Large and small concerts convince of the vocal impact of the project.
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