Daily schedule and care concepts of the iDSB
Classes at iDSB start at 8:00 a.m. for all students and end at 1:15 p.m., 3:40 p.m. or 5:20 p.m., depending on subject choice.
This is what a typical day of a high school student might look like:
Arrival at school
Start of lessons
until 9:30 am
1st & 2nd lesson
until 9:50 am
until 11:20 am
3rd & 4th lesson
until 11:40 am
until 12:25 pm
until 12:30 pm
until 13:15 pm
until 14:10 pm
until 15:40 pm
7th & 8th lessen
until 15:50 pm
Break (*only possible for 10th, 11th & 12th grade)
until 17:20 pm
9th & 10th lesson (*only possible for 10th, 11th & 12th grade)
After class and during the lunch break, work groups (AG) and lunch break activities (MAG) complete the all-day program with interesting and challenging activities in the artistic, musical and sports areas.
Our rhythmization concept for the junior high school (5/6)
To ease the transition from elementary school to high school for our youngest students and to loosen up the unaccustomed long school days, we have rhythmized the daily schedule and placed a break in the middle of the day:
Every day in the 5th hour, lessons take place across grades and with varied offerings.
– On Tuesdays and Thursdays, each child has a sporting, artistic or media educational activity (e.g. badminton, handicrafts, drama club or PC driver’s license).
– On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the learning office takes place: Each student works individually and independently during this time, alone or in a group as desired. Under pedagogical guidance, the children use the learning office to work on homework, weekly plans or similar in the classroom or in the learning center. The afternoon is thus relieved of homework.
Twice a week during the 6th hour (Tuesdays and Thursdays), students work individually and independently, alone or in a small group as needed. Here, two classes are well supervised by three teachers, so that there is also time for assistance and additional explanations of the subject matter. In these learning office hours, homework and weekly plans are completed in the classroom or in the learning center, posters are made or vocabulary is learned, so that the afternoon is relieved of homework.