The Phorms School Frankfurt is a bilingual German-English and state-recognised alternative school with two locations. Our Phorms Frankfurt City primary school with a reception class is located in the conveniently situated Holzhausenviertel. With a size of only about 300 students, this is a particularly family-oriented and urban school location. The promotion of individual strengths and differentiated teaching play a major role within our all-day concept. The international pedagogical team accompanies the students with our bilingual concept from the primary school with the introductory level to the transition to the secondary school. Thanks to the trusting atmosphere, all children can develop their full potential with the support of our teachers and become open-minded young people with a wide range of interests during their time at school.
Phorms Frankfurt is part of the Phorms Education SE network of bilingual schools and nurseries, that has been enriching the educational landscape in Germany since 2006.
- Attractive compensation aligned with public sector pay
- Additional Benefits (e.g. monthly ticket for public transport or a benefit card, lunch, comprehensive company pension schemes, relocation support, Corporate Benefits Portal)
- Five days of additional paid sick leave in the case of an ill child, and reduced rates for school or nursery fees
- Supported continuous professional development and development opportunities
- German language courses for English speakers
- Cutting edge technology and facilities
- In class support through teaching assistants
- Small group support with additional professionals, such as an on-campus school psychologist
- Trusting relationship between teachers, teaching assistants and students as well as a cooperative parent community
- Ability to actively shape your work environment
- Close cooperation with the management team
- Designing imaginative and varied lessons that get students excited about the curriculum
- Creating a positive, supportive and welcoming learning environment in the classroom
- Assessment of students work, including the preparation and correction of deliverables and marking for report cards
- Use of differentiated teaching methods and materials to meet the varying needs and interests of students
- Organisation, implementation and follow-up of parent-teacher conferences and parent-teacher meetings
- Regular participation in school events and conferences
- Participation in departmental meetings
- Certified training as a primary teacher, with a degree in education, primary education or equivalent, that leads to a teacher qualification
- Experience with differentiating teaching methods that encourage independent learning
- An interest in the development and implementation of new pedagogical concepts that focus on the individualized development of students
- Passionate and motivated to engage with our pedagogical concept
- Act as a role model for students and enjoy teaching in a primary setting
Interested in re-shaping education? Bring your new ideas to life with us. Do not hesitate to contact Larissa and Lisa, Tel.: 030/ 311 678 104.
We look forward to your application!