Behind the scenes at Phorms!
You want to know more about Phorms, our kindergarten/schools and our work? Here you can find news from our Phorms network.
What does Phorms set apart from other schools and what's it like to work there? Secondary Teacher Alistair Grant from Phorms Campus Berlin Süd shared his personal experiences and insights in a video interview.
We currently operate a total of eleven daycare centres nationwide. Our immersive bilingual concept is the unifying element across all locations. Sheryl, Marnie, Svenja and Lisbeth told us which care concept they use in their kindergarten along with which advantages and challenges they see in their everyday work.
What do our early childhood educators and teachers at the Phorms Campus Hamburg think about everyday school life and the community on campus? What is their motivation and how did they find their way to Phorms? These are the questions we asked Sam, Lisa and Sarah, who give their views in the second part of our behind-the-scenes interview.
What do our early childhood educators and teachers at the Phorms Campus Hamburg think about everyday school life and the community on campus? What is their motivation and how did they find their way to Phorms? These are the questions we asked Paul, Andrea and Elisa, who give their views in the first part of our behind-the-scenes interview.
In our interview, Ruben Ebert, Head of College at the Josef Schwarz School in Heilbronn/Erlenbach, talks about working and teaching at his school. Which benefits does the JSS offer and what ways are there to become a civil servant at this private school?
Our Pedagogical Days at the Phorms Campus Hamburg are held twice a year. Teachers and educational staff from Secondary and Primary school as well as the Nursery come together and address different core topics, such as internal school projects and challenges. How this event went in October can be read in the following text.
Marvin completed his federal voluntary year at the primary school of our Phorms Campus Hamburg. In the following interview, he gives us some enthusiastic insights into his everyday life as a Bufdi. You can read here how much this time has impacted Marvin's his future plans for his studies.
Gabriele Schorn, Head of School at Phorms Campus Frankfurt Taunus, has written an article for the magazine "Pädagogische Führung" on the topic of diversity and tolerance in the bilingual school context. You can read here what she thinks about her diverse team, lateral entry and what challenges and opportunities diversity brings to the campus in order to make students "Fit For Future".
Our teachers and early years educators are busy during the Orientation Week already prior to the beginning of the new school year for all of our students. During this week, we welcome our new colleagues and provide all employees with useful information regarding the upcoming school year. Learn more about how it all went - and why there was a lot of fun involved as well - at our Phorms Campus Berlin Süd from the following article.
A-levels in the bag, now what?! Melina Suckow decided to do a year of federal voluntary service at our Phorms primary school in Hamburg. She wrote down for us what she experienced during this year and what her everyday life as a Bufdi was like.
Katharina Kaufmann is a secondary school teacher at our Phorms Campus Hamburg. When interviewed by News4teachers, she talks about her decision to pursue a career working at a private school. She cites numerous advantages during the application process and in everyday school life, which both teachers and students benefit from, and she also dispels common preconceptions.
At our schools, we bring digitalisation to life. At the Phorms Campus Berlin Süd, a modern 3D printer was the focus of a 10th grade project. You can find out more in the interview with the teacher Viktoria Walter.
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