The School’s Social Work

The school social work promotes social interaction and strengthens the social skills of students. This includes: tackling and preventing social problems and acute crises concerning individual pupils, groups of pupils and classes.

  • Confidentiality
  • Solution and resource orientation
  • Flexibility
  • Helping pupils to help themselves
  • Networking and cooperation
  • Independence

 

 

Counselling and pedagogical assistance and support for pupils in social matters: 

  • Individual counselling short-term, middle-term and long-term
  • Conflict and crisis resolving and mediation
  • Referring further support/assistance and networking with social assistance services outside the school

Implementing of class projects on socially relevant issues in order to: 

  • intervene in difficult class dynamics
  • prevent negative tendencies or compliment the lessons

Organising, implementing and participation of cross-sectional measures to improve the social climate in the school:

  • For instance: school events, social initiatives, school parties, band concerts etc.

Counselling for parents and guardians:

  • Support for family in crises
  • Assistance in educational matters
  • Mediation regarding issues in the teaching process
  • Further communication and networking with social services outside school