Science and Technology at School

We support the inventors, researchers, doctors, mathematicians and developers of tomorrow. Students are inquisitive. We support this innate talent by teaching the International Baccalaureate Programme (PYP, IB), our MINT focus and through extracurricular support such as robotics, mathematics or programming. 

We prepare our students for the fact that science and technology, robotics and artificial intelligence will fundamentally change the world. At the same time, we want to make our students pioneers of innovative applications and prepare them in the best possible way for the challenging professional world. Therefore, we offer them numerous opportunities to interact with machines in the form of robots or computers or to deepen their knowledge in the natural sciences.

At the same time, we deepen their knowledge regarding the technical, social and economic implications that the developments mean for our time. Our offerings also pay attention to teaching core competencies such as “communicating and cooperating” and “problem solving and acting”.

We make our MINT lessons particularly vivid for all ages. Boys and girls are equally interested in tinkering, science, experimentation and technology. Nevertheless, we offer clubs in the area of technology that are only for girls or only for boys. We have had good experiences with this, for example when very young girls first cooperate with other girls in a concentrated way in technical clubs. 

Science & Technology